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101 Date Ideas in London

You’ve probably ended up here after a curious Google of “date ideas in London” or “fabulous date ideas…!” You get the gist! Anyway, we’ve all been there, flicking through pages in frantic search of where to take your better half, and let’s face it, if...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

What to do This Weekend: 18th – 20th August

Hurricane Gert is poised to attack this weekend – but no forecaster seems to know whether it’ll spell good or bad news for the weather. At the moment it’s looking like sunny spells, so drop the brolly and make the most of this lot (including London’s only Thames-side beach)...

Experiences & Pop-Ups

Westfields is Getting a Zip Wire

A fantastical Future Forest with a walk-in breathable aromatic Fruit Cloud…no this isn’t a description of a live-action remake of Charlie and Chocolate Factory but the latest mind-boggling installation from Bompas & Parr. Arriving at Westfield London on the 15th August the installation will...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Lucky & Joy a New Pop-up Under the Arches

Lucky & Joy: the new pop-up bringing the Far East to the not so Far East. Taking up it’s residency under the arches on Cambridge Heath Road it’s run by Ellen Parr (co-founder of The Art of Dining) and Pete Kelly. The kitsch pop-up will serve a menu that maps the breadth of regional...

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The Ampersand’s Private Cinema

Whilst we’re all for autumn evenings spent on our sofas binging on Netflix series, if there’s a chance to hire our own private cinema then we know which one we’d definitely take and this autumn, The Ampersand hotel is doing just that. From the 4th September until 6t November, the South...

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Top Chefs Collaborate at Angler

Next week, Angler, The South Place Hotel’s rooftop restaurant will be welcoming in three top chefs to join Executive Chef Gary Foulkes to create a feast in aid of the charity Hospitality Action. The evening will start with Champagne and canapes on the rooftop terrace, before guests sit down to a...

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What to do This Weekend

What to do This Weekend: 28th -30th July

This weekend it’s all rather foodie, from baking pop-ups to help those in Syria, to British brunches, free pisco sours and new breakfasts. It’s time to get your eating pants on…...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Think Pink: A Month of Rosé

Last weekend we saw the success of the UK’s first ever Rosé Festival at The Geffrye Museum. Well instead of just a weekend dedicated to London’s favourite tipple, how about a whole month? And why not dedicate it not only to rosé, but also everything else we love that is pink? Londoners will...

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Openings & Launches

World’s Largest Bouncy Castle Comes to Alexandra Palace

We’ve just told you about the Playground for Adults coming to Hackney this weekend and we are already looking forward to the next nostalgic activity for Londoners this summer – the world’s largest bouncy castle. Actually calling it a bouncy castle is a bit of an injustice, it’s...

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

The UK’s First Rosé Festival

There’s a new rosé festival coming to Hoxton this weekend and it’s got your name written all over it. The first and only UK festival dedicated to rosé, the event will take place at The Geffrye Museum from the 21st to the 23rd July. Created by Chris Crosby and Myles Donneky, there’ll be...

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Music Matters at Selfridges

Whilst festivals might be more popular than ever, it seems as if music venues are not. Apparently, it’s estimated that 40% of London’s music venues have closed, but there’s a saviour insight. Not who you might think, because it’s Selfridges… Music Matters at Selfridges will be a three-...

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