Fancy a Saturday night full of 'love, funk and souuuuul'? Of course you do. Then it's best to head to Peckham's Bussey Building for an all-night session of Motown, rare groove, down-and-dirty disco and acid jazz. Heading up the bill is a live set from good-times-guaranteed afro/funk/latin collective Lakute, while DJs such as Jazzheadchronic, Snowboy and Nik Weston keep the beats coming across four floors. The organisers warn us to 'be ready to get your soul deep-fried and battered.' Duly noted.
18 Nov; £13
South London Soul Train, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, SE15 4ST
It's beginning to feel a lot like... Oh, you know what. Which means it's time to whirl, twirl and pirouette (or cling desperately to the side) at this, London's most romantic outdoor ice rink. As well as the chance to get slip-slidey amid the fairy lights, there's tastiness aplenty at the Fortnum's Lodge – plus, at Skate Lates the likes of Eat Your Own Ears, Supa Dupa Fly and Peckham radio station Balamii turn the rink into a dance floor with a difference. The difference being, presumably, that you can fall flat on your face at any given time. Rave with caution, people.
Until 14 Jan; from £8.90
Somerset House, Strand, WC2R 1LA
The first rule of KinoVino Fight Club is: you DO talk about KinoVino Fight Club. Because a pop-up supper involving a screening of the film, followed by a five-course meal themed to the movie created by Duck & Waffle executive chef Dan Doherty? Now that's worth talking about - not least the 'We serve clean food, sir!' clam chowder and the 'Single Serving Dinner of chicken cordon bleu with baked potato. The second rule of Kino Vino Fight Club is... Ah, you know the rest.
17 Nov; £55
KinoVino Supperclub, Institute of Light, 8-10 Hemsley Place, London Fields E5