FED up of staying in this January? Angie Quinn's picked five great things to get you off the sofa.
Underwater Hockey: Lewisham Underwater Hockey Club
Forest Hill Pools, January 17, 7:15pm
If keeping fit is your New Year resolution how about playing a game of hockey – underwater.
Suitable for all ages and levels of fitness the game is played with a lead puck and a short stick; with swimmers wearing a mask, snorkel and fins. What’s more all of the kit is supplied and readers can try out this fun and keep fit activity for FREE on Friday, January 17. Classes are then held weekly.
Happy Days: A New Musical
The Churchill Theatre, Bromley, January 11 to 18
Join the unforgettable ‘King of Cool’ Arthur ‘The Fonz’ Fonzarelli and the rest of the gang in their crusade to save their cherished diner, Arnold’s from being destroyed.
This upbeat musical is based on the hit TV series and its cast includes Sugababe Heidi Range, Emmerdale’s Ben Freeman as ‘The Fonz’ and Cheryl Baker of Bucks Fizz fame. Go to atgtickets.com/bromley
Real Ale Mondays: The Lost Hour, Greenwich
If detoxing throughout January isn’t quiet your thing, then make Monday your fun day with a brilliant selection of cask ales priced at a mouth-watering £2.45. In support of local breweries guest ales are changed frequently, usually every week, so you can enjoy the different tastes with every visit. Go to thelosthourgreenwich.co.uk
Beauty and the Beast
Erith Playhouse, until January 18
If you didn’t manage to get to a pantomime over the festive period then fear not as the traditional tale of Beauty and the Beast is showcased with a brilliant panto makeover. Visit playhouse.org.uk
Go Ballistic, Gravesend
Grab some friends and let loose as ten players can enjoy entrance, all equipment and lunch for a full entertaining day of paintballing for just £50 with this January mega deal. Paintballs must be purchased separately on the day. Go to goballistic.co.uk
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