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The Juice Well
Screen on the Green
Oliver Spencer Soho
The Lake District
Parliament Hill Lido
Berwick Street, Soho
Columbia Road flower market
Little did the Victorians know that when they were building some of their biggest, most functional railway buildings – the Roundhouse was originally a railwa...
On the last Tuesday of every month, you can do no better than to take yourself along to Nicer Tuesdays. The team from It's Nice That have spent the last ...
Screen on the Green
Screen on the Green is part of the Everyman cinema group. The concept is a winning one – the franchise means that the cinemas aren't struggling to stay a...
Opened with a strong emphasis on supporting East London’s thriving cultural happenings, Number 90 is one of Hackney Wick’s newest venues. Part bar, part rest...
According to a video on the Kew Gardens website, here you will find 'the world's most spectacular botanical gardens'. It's highly likely that...
KOKO is a grand, cinematic hideout; where a Batman villain might capture you and hold you hostage. You enter through a dim-lit tunnel and step out into a tow...
Electrowerkz is something like a host-body when it comes to London venues, possessed by the soul of whatever event is taking place here. Come to see an indie...
For the next nine weeks, the founders of Street Feast will be bringing you Fairground - a multi-storey festival of sorts, celebrating food, music, and creati...
The Old Vic - Other Desert Cities
Other Desert Cities is a play with a thoroughly modern plot, replete with engaging, contemporary characters. A family feuding, on Christmas Eve, over a revea...
Barbican Centre - Jean Paul Gaultier Retrospective
The Barbican centre is levelling, at least in its London context. There is a sense that people have left their agendas behind – striking is a lack of posturi...
White Cube, Bermondsey
White Cube first opened in West London on Duke Street back in 1993. The gallery was, literally, a white cube. Visionary. Their intention was to create an int...
Maria Nepomuceno, TRANS
It is universally acknowledged that touching works of art in a gallery is a big no-no, but the desire to reach out and feel the blanket of orange, shiny bead...
Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium
It takes something pretty special to differentiate yourself as a café in London these days. Cats, you say? Different, this certainly is. “It's very...
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