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Upcoming Time Out events
'One Day' at The Roof Gardens
On August 30, The Roof Gardens in Kensington will be transformed into party central where London's glamour pusses and party animals will be dancing the day away and enjoying food and drink available to buy throughout the day. Tickets are £20
The premiere of 'Buttercup Bill'
Join us on September 1 at the Curzon Soho for the unique opportunity to see 'Buttercup Bill' before anyone else with the added bonus of a one-off discussion with producer Sadie Frost and filmmakers. Tickets are £19.50, includes a welcome drink
Heartbreak Hotel at The Jetty
Save up to 50% on tickets to this immersive theatre experience at The Jetty.Tickets from £10 (plus booking fee)
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RHS London Harvest Festival Show
Some of the UK's finest nurseries, growers and independent producers will cart their harvest produce to the Royal Horticultural Society this October for their annual celebration of autumnal fruit and vegetables. Visitors can admire, taste and buy the freshly picked, dug and plucked ingredients, or those who grow their own can enter the RHS Fruit and Vegetable Competition to win cups and cash prizes. The first prize for heaviest pumpkin last year was £1000, which would just about make up for the fact that the winner must have eaten pumpkin with every meal for months afterwards. The RHS Harvest Festival Late will accompany the event.