In this week’s magazine we’ve got, frankly, loads. Amongst other things…
We meet Andy Murray, Seth Rogen, Phoenix and Jean Abreu, celebrate Pride, find inventive ways to deal with the crazy London property market, try slacklining, pick the best as-sort-of-seen-on-TV live dance shows, find out what happened to all that Olympic paraphernalia, investigate a mysterious wave of secret theatre performances, preview the Jewish Museum’s Amy Winehouse exhibition, update you on London festival line-ups, ask DJs for their biggest tunes of the year so far, get pub crawl advice from Al Murray the Pub Landlord, learn five more things about LS Lowry; pay a visit to local shop for local people The Hackney Shop, choose the city’s best sushi restaurants, say goodbye to Skins, and profile London’s top ten eccentrics.
As for reviews? In film, we look at The Act of Killing, This Is the End, Despicable Me 2, Stories We Tell, The East; Hummingbird, I Want Your Love and Renoir; in theatre, The Cripple of Inishmaan, The Night Alive, Bracken Moor, Address Unknown, and Casualties; in art, Dieter Roth: Diaries, Merlin James and Damian Ortega: Apestraction; and in food and drink, Islington’s Wenlock Arms and Hackney’s Coppa.
We told you it was a lot.
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