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Overheard in London: this week’s #wordonthestreet

Posted at 6:15 pm, October 19, 2014 in Fun London
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Every week you share the weird things you’ve overheard in London. Above, a few perplexing snippets from the past seven days – don’t forget to tweet us your own!

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Blitzed in Fitz: a crawl of Dylan Thomas’ favourite Fitzrovia boozers

Posted at 3:30 pm, October 19, 2014 in Fun London

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This year marks the centenary of the birth of Dylan Thomas. With a festival celebrating his connection to Fitzrovia on the horizon, Eddy Frankel sets out to learn something about the Welsh poet by visiting his favourite London watering holes. Illustration Emma Kelly

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In pictures: after-hours at the Tate Modern

Posted at 12:35 pm, October 19, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment

A few weeks back we took a behind-the-scenes tour of the Royal Opera House with some of the best Instagrammers in London. This week the photo pros took an after-hours tour of the Tate Modern, snapping the empty museum in all its eerie, serene glory. Here are some of the best pics. Read the full post…

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Alexi asks: Can we all stop saying: “There’s a cold going around”?

Posted at 10:15 am, October 19, 2014 in Fun London
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Life in London: so many issues. Our inquisitive editor-at-large addresses the ones that nobody else dares (or cares) to. This week: the thing people say when you’re ill. Read the full post…

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Six unexpected sitcom cameos

Posted at 6:15 pm, October 18, 2014 in TV
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Inspired by the bizarre news that highbrow German filmmaker Werner Herzog (‘Aguirre the Wrath of God’, ‘Fitzcarraldo’, ‘Grizzlyman’) is to appear in loveable US sitcom ‘Parks and Recreation’, we’ve compiled six of the oddest sitcom cameos. Short, long, hilarious, toe-curling – all bases are covered. Read the full post…

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Contribute your cycling stories to the Near Miss Project

Posted at 3:30 pm, October 18, 2014 in Transport

The Near Miss ProjectIt would be nice if ‘car-doored’ wasn’t a verb at all let alone one that gets used often by cyclists in London. Cycling to work shouldn’t be an extreme sport. If you have started your day swearing at a taxi driver or raising a fist at a bus The Near Miss Project want to hear from you. Read the full post…

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Best restaurants near free-to-view art

Posted at 12:30 pm, October 18, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink

All that culture can make your stomach rumble! Here’s where to eat near to some free art…

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Just the place to go after you’ve hit the fashionable Zabludowicz Collection on Prince of Wales Road. Find US grills and first-rate cocktails in this dark, sexy joint. 29-33 Chalk Farm Rd, NW1 8AJ.   Read the full post…

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Edwardian streets, Diwali lights and a ‘curry corridor’: it’s the best bits of Tooting

Posted at 10:15 am, October 18, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, Fun London
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An under-the-radar ‘curry corridor’ with some hot discount shopping. Read the full post…

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London lock-ins: man trapped in Waterstones and girl locked in a train

Posted at 5:30 pm, October 17, 2014 in News

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Anyone planning to break into Waterstones in Trafalgar Square should take a leaf out of David Willis’ book. This guy just waltzed right in past the employees, took a seat upstairs and let them close the store while he was still perched upstairs cruising the WiFi. Read the full post…

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Urine for a treat: London’s lavly transformed loos

Posted at 5:00 pm, October 17, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink
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From cocktail bars to vintage clothing stores, a range of businesses are breathing new life into London’s disused public toilets. Dan Frost finds the best places to spend a penny. Read the full post…

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Tee Time: London’s best crazy golf courses

Posted at 3:30 pm, October 17, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment, Fun London
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All over the city, Londoners are gently stroking balls, filling holes and gripping their shafts. That’s right: there’s a crazy golf boom. What did you think we were talking about? Time Out’s own Tiger Woods (but without all the shagging) Alexi Duggins gives you a guide to where to engage in advanced foreplay around London.

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50 wonderful ways to spend this weekend in London

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[Photo: Mike Murray]

Whirl your way into the weekend with one of these fantastic events happening across the capital. Get a sugar rush at The Chocolate Show, get down to some French electro pop at the Village Underground, binge yourself silly on some brilliant artwork from one of the many art fairs or new openings gracing the city over the next few days. Here’s everything you need to know to bag yourself some fun…

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