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Here at Frugl we do our very best to bring you the finest offers and secret finds as often as we can.  Here’s 5 of the best ways to make your weekend a blinder…

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Here at Frugl Mission Control we’re constantly beavering away to make your user experience the best it can possibly be.  This week we’ve given our landing page a sleek upgrade, which should make it even easier for you to find excellent under-the-radar bargains.  Some of our stand-outs this week include award-winning comedy circuit king Phil Nichol at The Funny Side of Soho, a boozy art exhibition at Tate Britain and a musical battle for the ages at The Jazz Cafe.

The Worship of Bacchus 1860-2 by George Cruikshank 1792-1878


ONGOING – Art and Alcohol at Tate Britain: Britain and booze go together like gin and tonic, real ale and beards, Bloody Marys and hangovers.  This fascinating display documents our nation’s relationship with grape and grain from Hogarth all the way through to Gilbert & George. FREE

Phil Nichol 55


THURSDAY – The Funny Side of Soho with Phil Nichol at The Freedom Bar, Soho: Witness one of the most natural entertainers and storytellers on the UK comedy circuit.  Canadian powerhouse Phil Nichol is an Edinburgh Comedy Award winner and he brings his latest show, ‘I Don’t Want To Talk About It’, to Soho.  When life gets bad, things get funny for comedians.  When they get horrendous, it makes a great show.  This is a great show.  £12 £6


THURSDAY: AbsolutElectrick at Bankside Vaults, Blackfriars: Absolut play host to #ElectrickLondon: a hyper-sensory, mixed reality exploration into the future of nightlife, curated alongside design studio Marshmallow  Laser Feast and independent record label R & S Records.  £6

hip hop vs rnb

FRIDAY: Hip-Hop vs R’n’B at The Jazz Cafe, Camden Town: The Doctor’s Orders has fast become one of the most popular party night in town and it returns for its monthly residency at the legendary Jazz Cafe.  Get ready to bump, grind, hippie to the hippie, the hip, hip a hop, and you don’t stop, a rock it to the bang bang boogie, to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat. £10 £6

Poverty INc

SATURDAY: Poverty Inc. Screening at The Bernie Grant Centre, Tottenham: As part of the countdown to the 2016 I Will Tell Festival, this is one of ten monthly screenings of award-winning films and documentaries at the always superb and diversely programmed Bernie Grant Centre.  ‘Poverty Inc.’ explores the hidden side of doing good.  From disaster relief to TOM’s Shoes, adoptions to agricultural subsidies, the film follows the butterfly effect of our most well-intentioned efforts and pull back the curtain on the poverty industrial complex. £11.20 £10

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