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The Best Art, Theatre and Exhibitions to See This June

Winter months in the UK mean scuttling home from work exhausted, Vitamin D deprived and in need of the three t’s – tea, toast and television. But here we are in June, enjoying long sunny days  and a renewed sense of energy, making us want to leave the office bang on time and actually go and see or do something. This month we bring you another bumper collection of eclectic, and absorbing must-see art and culture. And if thoughts of hot, stuffy theatres and tourist packed art galleries had you thinking that June isn’t the month to go and see things in the […]

Things to do Outdoors

Tunes Whilst You Tan: Carnaby’s Newburgh Quarter Sessions

Summer can be a tough time for many, with that big decision looming – do I go out tonight or do I stay in and watch Love Island? Well luckily, to save us from our sofas, Carnaby has swooped into our lives to dangle a carrot with their Newburgh Quarter Sessions, a series of outdoor gigs dedicated to showcasing the diversity of London’s booming music scene. The Newburgh Quarter Sessions are part of Soho Music Month, a month here to show that there are more ways than Simon Cowell sighing on X-Factor to discover break-through music talent across the capital. […]

Health & Wellness

Bank Some Mindfulness Miles this Global Running Day

It’s finally time to don that impulse-buy gym wear you’ve been hoarding in your drawer since its purchase, as Westin Hotels and Resorts have introduced their series of mindfulness runs across the city, to celebrate Global Running Day. The hotel group have teamed up with psychotherapist William Pullen, to give Londoners the opportunity to experience mindful running along the banks of the River Thames, banking those mindful miles. The word mindfulness has come into our lives faster than Usain Bolt set his first 100m world record back in 2007, but what does it actually mean? Well, sifting through a sea of […]

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Reviews

Late Night Dining at MNKY HSE

What? MNKY HSE (pronounced Monkey House, not “M-N-K-Y, h’seee” as I heard someone call it the other day) is a bar and restaurant serving up Latin American cuisine alongside live music and DJ sets, so once you’ve eaten you can stay and party. New? Nope, it’s been open since October of 2016. The Setting: Once the site of the iconic Dover Street Wine Bar, MNKY HSE, is part of the Park Chinois, Mahiki and Novikov pack, the Mayfair restaurants which slide into party mode once the cocktails have been sunk. This is where the Zone 1-ers go to party, the […]

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Reviews

We Have Cocktails at Fulham’s Coolest Flat: The Little Blue Door

What: After the success of Little Yellow Door the (fictional) housemates have moved out and moved on, going on to move into new flats and one housemate pitched up in Fulham, ready to open his house to Fulham revellers in need of a place to drink cocktails, and drink those cocktails until late, because they’re open until 1am. This isn’t Shoreditch, remember we don’t have many places over in SW6 that stay open until then. New: Yes, it only opened in May so really they are still in the housewarming stage. The Setting: Taking over from Fulham Wine Rooms, The […]

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Openings & Launches

20 Top Restaurants That Opened in May

And that’s another month down, I’m going to sound very clichéd here when I say, where is the year going? Luckily it doesn’t seem like restaurant openings are taking a break as 20 opened this month, from a new Instagram haven to a Thai fast food restaurant, London really has it all.   Kricket Brixton What: Kricket Returns to Brixton Why: The sun’s out, blue sky and the smell of mown grass! Time for some Kricket? No, not the endlessly dull summer sport, but the Indian restaurant phenomenon. Kricket, feted for its casual and creative Indian food served out of their […]

Culture

The Boxsets That Got Us Through May

Given we’re all going to spend June glued to Love Island it’s hard to think how you’ll find time to watch any boxsets, let alone the six we’ve suggested here. But when the Majorcan dust clears, then you’ll need something to replace all that time with, you could learn a language or do a nightclass, but most likely you’ll be looking for the perfect boxset, so here’s everything we’ve been watching the last month… Amidst a bunch of colleagues watching murder, rape and suicide boxsets, Deputy Editor Phil‘s been trying to keep it light and cheerful with a couple of comedies. […]

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Reviews

The Low Key Plant-Based Place You Need to Try: Plates

What: Plates is an innovative plant-based restaurant, influenced by art and inspired by nature, from Executive Chef and Plates co-founder, Kirk Haworth, and his sister, Creative Director, Keeley. New? Plates was previously a weekend pop up in Dalston before it moved to its new permanent home in Hoxton on the 12th May 2018, it’s only open to the public Saturday evenings. The Setting: Plates was a tad hard to find, luckily front of house was standing by the front door and saw us wandering around lost and ushered us in. Even when pointed out it’s hard to see, with only a […]

Experiences & Pop-Ups

World’s 1st Champagne House Opens Hotel

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to stay a night in a Champagne House, then your dreams are about to become true…sort of. This summer, Ruinart will be opening the doors to a unique one-bedroom hotel in Primrose Hill. Designed in collaboration with Tom Hingston of Hingston Studio, Hotel 1729 will be a dreamlike interpretation of the Maison Ruinart, the world’s first established Champagne House created in (yep you guessed it) 1729. Having connected with artists since 1896, Ruinart believes that living is an art form, so expect the unexpected, history and modernity will meet, and reality […]

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Travel

Forget Love Island, Here’s Where To Stay In Majorca

The more academically minded among our readers will no doubt be aware that we’re on the edge of an important cultural moment, just as 1565 is noted as the year Shakespeare was born and 1802 the spring that Wordsworth admired his daffodils, 2018 is the year of Love Island Season 4. Say what you like about who mugged off who and who was pied by who, we’d all fancy a few weeks off, lying back on a Majorcan sun lounger give or take the TOWIE wannabes strutting their stuff around you. Well, maybe you can? Majorca is one of the […]

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