We love the South East London area, and enjoy discovering people and places locally. There are loads of things to do and explore in this great corner of the city, and it's even more fun to explore together!
We will be having a wide variety of events, like film nights, quiz nights, live music, free festivals and picnics, to name a few. We hope to have some regular events such as a pub quiz and drinks at one of our favourite locals. You are more than welcome to use the suggestions tab for future events.
We do have a small annual membership fee of just £8. This fee goes towards the cost of running the group and the events.
We hope to see you at an event soon!
The Organiser Team South East London Out 'n' Abouters
Come and see The Big Lebowski at Sydenham film club to celebrate the film's 20th year anniversary! £6.00 (cash only) or book at https://bit.ly/2QzyzjV to get in, we could meet upstairs, drinks available. This is what the film club say about the film:
"It was back in 1998 that this absolutely iconic, ageless, cult classic premiered and took the pop culture by storm, leaving indelible marks. Directed by the fearless, Oscar winning Coen brothers (“Fargo”, “No Country For Old Men”) it unfolds a surreal, tragicomic case of mistaken identity. As the easy going, White Russians drinking Jeff “The Dude” Lebowski is mistaken for a millionaire of the same name, both his rug and his everyday routines get ruined. With the help of his bowling mates he seeks some kind of compensation for his upturned life, only to dig himself deeper into a hole.
Packed with insanely quotable pieces of dialogue and starring the magnificent, all, Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi and Philip Seymour Hoffman it is part drama, part comedy, part musical, part sociopolitical satire, part heist and crime thriller, part noir, part post-modern western, part a feminist manifesto! A “transgenre” film, if you will, whose many, disparate movie genres/parts come together, mingle and correspond perfectly with each other to produce an extraordinary, unique in character, irresistible and unexpectedly humane whole.
In other words, this is an ever influential pop art masterpiece, which even inspired a religion: Dudeism. Well, the Dudes abide."
This pop up bar in Anerley has finally been granted a permanent licence and is set to re-open next week (w/b 10 oct) so am just putting this out there for a possible future meet up. It's run by the Gypsy Hill Brewing Company. Date tbc so watch this space....