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The West End Will Play Host to a Secret Alfresco Cinema

When there’s a cinema showing in the West End, normally you either have to have a ticket, or you have to be on the red carpet, not for the next couple of days though, because there’s a new open-air cinema just two minutes from Piccadilly and anyone can go. For the 6th, 7th and 8th September, St James’s Market will be transformed into an open-air cinema complete with giant screen, a red carpet, proper cinema seats and of course a popcorn machine. The free event (yup, no need to get a ticket) will be showing the classic films, E.T, Singing […]

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8 Things to Pack for a Festival

Bum bags, welly boots and brollies. UK festival weather is on par with dating apps: you never quite know what you’re going to get, but you take the risk anyway. And whilst we might be slightly late to the party given it’s now mid-August, we know all too well that you bunch of party animals will drag out fezzy season as long as possible, and so we thought we’d throw out this checklist now with a round-up of must-brings (beside the obvious). Party on…

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The 6 Best Apps to Help You Sleep

Let’s face it, we’re Brits so we really can’t afford to complain about the weather, but gosh where would we be without fans in this sticky, tossing and turning heat-wave. Undeniably, sleeping has been up there with rocket-science recently – nearing a stage of pure impossibility, resulting in large holes in our pockets from purchasing enough coffee to keep us going through the working day. Eye bags have been rife, tempers have been a’bubbling, and we’re sure we’ve witnessed people out in the streets re-enacting a rain dance of some sort. So, for when even the cold side of the pillow […]

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Licence To Netflix And Chill: Our Picks For The Next Bond

Idris Elba is once again being talked up as the next James Bond. In the course of some deep-research into the dashing wannabe MI6 officer’s abs from the girls in the office, we got wondering: who should the next Bond be? Here are our runners and riders, from Danny Dyer to Tan off of Queer Eye; ‘The name’s Bond, James Bond, licensed to [delete as appropriate] a. beat your nut to a pulp, you slag’ or b. ‘select this fabulous patterned collared shirt’. Account Manager Charlotte honed in on the bookie’s favourite Bond, then the bookie’s favourite Love Islander’s dad. I’d […]

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Throwing Tomatoes As Aqua Nueva Celebrates La Tomatina

There is something so wonderfully enjoyable about a food fight, admittedly a waste but also an act of school lunch time rebellion ‘look Cook this is what we think of your cardboard pasta’ that said with the rise of primary school children owning smart phones and Jamie Oliver banning turkey twizzlers (something I still yearn for) they are no doubt Instagramming their lunches. Of course, for a proper food fight you want to head to the Valencian town of Buñol for its renowned festival, La Tomatina, where the town turns into a bloodbath of tomatoes flying through the air. That […]

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The Influential Women in London You Need to Know About

2018 is the Year of the Woman, so let’s get after it. London is a diverse town, full of culture, business, government, charity, athletics and so much more. Women have shaped the city in every sector, and it is time to fully celebrate the impact females have every single day. We are here with a list of some of the most badass, influential women in London this summer who are encouraging others to seize the day. They are out here with art exhibits, talks, books, presentations, government campaigns, national campaigns and so much more- proving that girls DO, in fact, […]

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All Boxsetted Out? These Suggestions Will Get You Through

Apparently the average Brit spends (and I can’t believe this) around 28 hours per week watching telly. Given Love Island only takes up around eight hours, that still gives us around 20 hours to spend on our boxsets. So we’ve been hitting the streaming services this month and here’s what we’ve been watching… I’ll go first, and I’ve been supplementing my Love Island addiction with a pretty mixed bag, with a bit of true crime (usually Emily’s forté) as well as some old school politics fun. The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story I went to watch Cuba […]

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Fashion & Beauty

Barbershop Quintet: 5 Of The Greatest Barbers In London

My regular haircut costs me £5 a pop, my barber and I don’t speak the same language and communicate in in charades and the haircut is pretty mediocre (don’t worry, he’s not going to read this). Turns out, there’s another way to do this. London has some of the best barbers in the world, barbers who turn hair cutting into an art and getting your hair cut into a pleasure. No more wildly gesticulating or sharp intakes of breath when scissors slice seriously close to your ears. Whether you’re after a change, or you’re looking for somewhere for your boyfriend, […]

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7 Places to Catch the Show of the Summer: The Love Island Final

This summer we’ve been united by the World Cup, our heatwave chat and most importantly of all, Love Island. But like all good things, it must come to an end, except this heatwave, that seems to be eternal now. It’s time to say goodbye to Old Laura, New Laura, Old Jack, New Jack, Alex, Alex and the rest of the gang and more than likely congratulate Jani on winning. Here are the five places to catch the final: Street Pizza What: Got a Text! Why: Got a textttt! And it says you’re invited to the Love Island party at Street […]

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The Festival That’s Like No Other Festival

Festivals are all the same, right? Mud, overflowing Portaloos and someone setting your tent on fire at two in the morning… Actually no, there’s a different way of doing things. Camp Wildfire does not fit the mould. It might not fit any mould; expect freefall stunt jumping, giant catapult-building, hovercraft racing mixed with woodland apothecary and a morning yoga-rave and you’re only starting to scratch the surface. The Kent extravaganza has been likened to the sort of festival Wes Anderson would concoct, and it sounds like the quirky film director would have even his work cut out to devise Camp […]

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