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We’ve Been On The Boxsets Again: What We Watched In June

Football? What football? We’ve not had a moment to even check the scores so deep are we in a Netflix binge. So here’s what’s been keeping us busy this month, from Love Island (season one: retro) to The Staircase. Kicking us off, Emily’s been topping up her Love Island...

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10 reasons to visit Parma, Italy’s foodie city

If you’ve visited Rome and checked out Venice and are now looking for your next Italian city to explore or you are a sucker for a food (so that’s all of us then), then Parma needs to be next on your list. Less touristy than the other major cities but with just as much history, culture...

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7 Alternative Cinema Experiences This Summer

To all movie buffs and film geeks: get out of your bed covers! Don’t book that ticket at Vue, cause there’s a whole other cinematic experience that deserves your attendance! Serving you an entire summer of opportunities that will be worth your time (and money), here is a list of alternative...

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The Soundtrack to Your Summer

Summer: the part of the year where Brits add fruit to every single drink, scroll down insta-feeds to see everyone “having more fun”, and whipping off the t-shirts the minute the sun appears from behind a cloud. However, despite these questionable summer traits, the season also means we can do...

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Just Mail Us The Award, The Postal Museum and Mail Rail Up For Museum of the Year

It’s all aboard the award train at The Postal Museum and Mail Rail. The museum and venue are up for the Art Fund Museum of the Year award. It’s down to the final five in the Art Fund Museum of the Year award with the Brooklands Museum, Hull’s Ferens Art Gallery, Glasgow...

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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...

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Now Airbnb Is Doing Concerts

Is London falling silent? Not so much the Big Issue Sellers, the taxi drivers shouting obscenities and drunken hen and stag dos singing but the music that has made the city a global powerhouse of music and culture for decades. The figures would suggest it is, and according to the Music Venue...

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

Secret Cinema’s Biggest Show Yet

“In fair London, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny”, no not a terror flashback to GCSE English revision, but to the Baz Luhrmann 90s epic, Romeo and Juliet. So turn up The Cardigans, don a Hawaiian shirt and roll back to an era when Claire Danes wasn’t Carrie...

Culture

Get Your Tickets to the Immersive Party of the Year

On Tuesday we secured you an exclusive invite to the immersive party of the year. With just five days left to sign up for tickets, we wanted to tempt you with a little extra. Parties (especially masked ones) are always better with friends, so if you book 6+ tickets to the Great Masked Ball...

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Things to do Outdoors

The Sound of September: The Return of ONBlackHeath Festival

One for those not quite ready to take off the welly boots and bring the lighters out of the air… ONBlackheath is London’s end-of-summer September party, and what better excuse to squeeze in an extra shindig than Squeeze, the British rock band themselves, headlining on the Saturday. For those...

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