Three great club nights happening this weekend

Posted at 2:30 pm, August 29, 2014 in Music & Nightlife
JOE GODDARD

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As ever, there are plenty of amazing club nights and parties taking place across London this weekend. We’ve picked out some highlights, below, that you really shouldn’t miss, but be sure to take a look at the rest of our clubs listings for lots more top party options. Read the full post…

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MakersCafe: 3D printing café opens in Shoreditch

Posted at 1:30 pm, August 29, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, Technology
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Three-dimensional printing’s all well and good, but walk into your standard copy shop and ask them to do you a 3D print? Yeah, good luck with that. Read the full post…

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43 superb things happening this weekend in London

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Hard week? Sit back and sip some champers at Tooting Bec Lido, have a picnic with the Disappearing Dining Club, or cut loose on the dance floor with serious sounds from Joe Goddard. Here are the best things happening in London this weekend…

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Five of the best pop-ups happening in London this weekend

Posted at 10:00 am, August 29, 2014 in Food & Drink, Fun London, Top 5

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London sure loves a good pop-up these days. Whether you’re mad for a themed brunch party, chocolate mint julep or a craft beer festival with a beautiful view, this week’s tip-top pop-ups have got it covered. Read the full post…

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London’s top ten dramatic entrances

Posted at 8:00 am, August 29, 2014 in Top 5
Mary Poppins

1. Mary Poppins arrives on the east wind
In PL Travers’s classic tale, the two children of the mildly dysfunctional Banks family are saved from lives of boredeom by the stern lady who floats in on the east wind to blow the competition away (what other nanny could ever compete with ‘A ‘Spoonful of Sugar’?). In childcare terms, dropping into Cherry Tree Lane on a parasol is about as stone-cold badass as it gets. Read the full post…

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TfL launches new map by kidding around with goats on the tube

Posted at 6:00 pm, August 28, 2014 in Transport
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Commuters at Vauxhall station may have had a bit of a hold up this morning as a herd of goats went through the barriers. But what was this outing for the four-legged friends from neighbouring Vauxhall City Farm in aid of? A publicity stunt to mark the launch of a new overground map of the Victoria Line, of course. Read the full post…

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On sale tomorrow: Morrissey, Fatboy Slim, Ben Howard and more

Posted at 5:00 pm, August 28, 2014 in Music & Nightlife
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Set your alarm, London: tomorrow morning it’s time to get booking for another week’s worth of hot music tickets. Here are the ones we’re particularly excited about… Read the full post…

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Last chance saloon: drinking fads of the summer

Posted at 4:00 pm, August 28, 2014 in Food & Drink, Fun London
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Summer may be almost over but these still time to enjoy these trendy beverages…

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Five reasons to see Shunt’s ‘The Boy Who Climbed Out of His Face’

Posted at 2:30 pm, August 28, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment, Fun London
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Last night I gingerly ventured to North Greenwich to see Shunt’s latest production ‘The Boy Who Climbed Out Of His Face’. I was a tad nervous after reading our theatre editor Andrzej Lukowski’s review where he says ‘at least two sections are actively terrifying, and there’s a concerted effort to make things feel as awkward for the audience as possible.’ If you also read that review and got the fear, fret not. I enjoyed it and survived to tell the tale*. Here are five reasons to part with a tenner and go see it before it closes at the end of September. Read the full post…

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Chat to some strangers this weekend at Talk to Me Day

Posted at 1:45 pm, August 28, 2014 in Fun London
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Unless we’ve had a pint or something’s on fire, we Londoners tend not to be too chatty with strangers. It’s nothing personal, of course – we’re sure everyone else in the tube carriage is absolutely lovely, but then again that floor isn’t going to stare at itself. It’s a shame though, because this city is full of awesome people, with awesome things to say. Read the full post…

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Pick your own with London’s best foraging groups

Posted at 12:45 pm, August 28, 2014 in Food & Drink, Outdoor London
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URBAN HARVEST
An informal online network focused on neglected food resources. Regular foraging and fruit picking events include plum gathering on Tottenham Marshes.  Read the full post…

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Water way to go! Jumping, snoozing and rescuing: London’s swimming news

Posted at 10:00 am, August 28, 2014 in News
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As summer rolls unstoppably into autumn, Londoners are desperate for a final dip before cold grips the city for good. Frankly, it’s leading to some pretty odd behaviour.

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