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Time Out London magazine

Where to pick up a free copy of Time Out London magazine, the weekly guide to what's on in London

Time Out is now read by more Londoners than any other free weekly magazine, helping everyone make the most of the city. Want to get your hands on a copy? Check out the details of where to find your issue below.

Every Tuesday morning from a station near you

We hand out Time Out Magazine on Tuesday morning at most tube and train stations within zones 1 and 2, and at larger stations within zones 3-5. Just look for our distributors in their bright red jackets!

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10 comments
Philippa F
Philippa F

Regarding this week's front cover - "Dear World", it is very disappointing that you see fit to apologise for the vote to leave the EU, when this was the result arrived at fairly and squarely by the will of the electorate. Even in London, where there was more feeling to remain than elsewhere in the England, the result was still only 60% remain, not a huge amount above the national average. It is also quite insulting to your readership to insinuate that Brexiteers are somehow connected to those committing racial attacks; those committing attacks would have the mindset to do these things whether there had been a referendum or not.

You claim to embrace diversity, but I'm not so sure, as you seem to be aiming your editorial at just one type of person. Not everyone who reads, values and indeed loves Time Out is a left-leaning, no-property owning, European Union-loving, under 35 year old, but you'd rarely know it from your pages. Sometimes I wonder if I'm still welcome.

And much as we love our outward-looking, cultural melting pot of a city, it's also ok to remember that London is still the capital of England and not the world, and at its heart is a very British city. Please don't apologise for that. Its centuries-old British qualities of cultural curiosity, openness, non-conformism, a good dose of eccentricity and just being damn well-organised have led to the great city we enjoy today.

Samantha K
Samantha K

Come on TO. Your article about the London Fire Brigade 'gone to pot' mentions 'firemen' and 'highly trained men'. What about the women who do this job eh?? We use the term firefighter and have done for over twenty years. In fact, I wrote to you about this about twenty years ago and you published my letter! Come on, there are hundreds of us in London. Update the language please.

Rachel A
Rachel A

I have come to terms with you recommending all of my locals and making them far busier than they should be, but it takes the mickey that you don't even hand out the magazines at the local station! Time Out magazine at Haggerston Station pleeeaaassseeee!

Ward H
Ward H

Just received this week's issue (only a day late) and thought it felt a bit light.  I then discovered that pages 17 to 80 were missing!  Was it just my copy or did your printers screw up?


"This week's Time Out in no time at all", indeed!


Ward 

Kew, West London


PS: I fully support the thoughts of Sarah M below.  Your 'East-ism' is a travesty. 


Chigozie O
Chigozie O

Disgusted by Dizzee bashing in Skepta article. Seems like the writers only acceptable vision of urban blackness is hoodie wearing or hanging out with US rappers like Mr Kardashian. Mr Rascal owes nobody any explanation on who he choses to make music with. The piece suggests that if he makes music with a uk legend/ working class (white) hero like Robbie he's forgotten his place or role in life, which is to be 'street' or menacing. Sick of this racist ism schism genre limiting pigeonholing. Writer needs to be embarrassed and take a seat.

Nicola B
Nicola B

Tsch Time Out! 'Top Five Londoners you wish you didn't have to talk to - #4 The bus nut'

It's 2016! If you didn't get the memo NOT OK to mock people with mental health problems, or to use the term 'nutcase'. If you can't be compassionate at least be polite and thank your lucky stars it isn't you because it could be any of us.

Nerys W
Nerys W

But I havent got a Child under 5 and a Dog!

Nenz


Scully D
Scully D

Hi folks Scully The Jive Master is back on the wheels of steel 23rd April @ The Greyhound Bar & Cub Streatham SW16 5NJ playing 70's 80's 90''s Club classic

Sarah M
Sarah M

I usually read Time Out cover to cover and laugh out loud. I enjoy eating, I do it every day and look forward to reviews of places to go in Eating and Drinking. However, this week I realised that out of 9 establishments reviewed, one is in Central London, 40 minutes away, one is in North London 1 hour away and the others are all East London, all over an hour away from my abode in Ealing, slightly west of the capital.


I feel hard done by, Time Out, we "Westerners" need to eat, too. Are you all too busy hanging out in East London?


I'm so upset I may stop buying your magazine....oh wait...


From Disappointed and Hungry, of (slightly) West London.