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A two-course meal and a sushi platter at this Notting Hill Asian spot
Exclusive tickets to a gripping piece of theatre directed by Stephen Daldry
An authentic pancake experience for an exclusive price
And it’s not just yoga: choose from over 2,000 different fitness classes
Exclusive tickets to see this Hollywood film composer performing live
Exclusive tickets to a night at London’s first off-grid culture club
A pot of mac 'n' cheese and a drink at the new Oxford Circus branch
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Grief is at the heart of this meditative exploration of the shades of loss by French playwright Florian Zeller. Together, Eileen Atkins and Jonathan Pryce are devastating. They break your heart in the quietest, mundane moments.
Walsall’s Drake-endorsed rising star heads to Brixton to perform the gorgeous alt-R&B bops from her Mercury Prize-nominated debut album ‘Lost & Found’.
Visit super-chef Ollie Dabbous’s two new restaurants. Go to the first floor for his Michelin-starred restaurant-and-bar complex with a meticulous and technical tasting menu. Or, stay ground level for an à la carte menu with a spot of theatre.
Once again, the Southbank Centre is being filled with acclaimed authors, poets, speakers and collaborators for 20 days of wordy events. Get stuck into live readings, talks and workshops from the likes of Salman Rushdie, Roger Daltrey, Sally Field, Akala, David Olusoga, Carol Ann Duffy and Mary Beard.
The Barbican’s new exhibition shows how the art world’s most intimate relationships influenced their works and gives equal visibility to women artists who have previously been reduced to ‘muses’ or ‘dilettantes’ tied to more famous men.
Thrifty art lovers: dig through a shedload of original works on sale from £100.
Artichoke, (the brilliant brains behind Lumiere and heaps of other fantastic events) are back with a new installation that continues to celebrate 100 years since women got the vote. See this installation created from words, stories, interviews and workshops with local women.
Canine-deprived Londoners can now get the biggest doggie fix of all at the city’s largest dog event, where 200 breeds will be on show. Sadly it’s not a bring-your-own affair, so leave your pets at home.
Dive into bauhaus maverick Anni Albers’s world of textiles. She weaved her own magic and triumphed.
Watch psycho killer Michael Myers return in this reboot of the franchise by indie director David Gordon Green. John Carpenter’s immaculate grammar has been redeployed and Jamie Lee Curtis makes an appearance as a shotgun-toting recluse.
Catch this soufflé-light but very fun musical version of Shakespeare’s comedy, adapted by Kwame Kwei-Armah, with songs by Shaina Taub. It’s a joyous, pyrotechnic celebration.
A session of sketching all manner of sea life. Cruise around dance performances and street food after.
The superclub rings in its birthday with 30 hours of non-stop music including sets from Craig Richards and Apollonia. Epic.
Hotel Café Royal was where Bowie killed off his spaceman, holding a retirement party for Mr Stardust here in 1973. Now you can visit a Ziggy-themed bar here, with cocktails inspired by Bowie songs – wham bam, thank you, ma’am!
Trainers are more than just a PE kit staple, and Crepe City – Europe’s biggest sneaker festival – knows it. It’s basically sports shoe heaven, with hundreds of kicks-sellers and installations. Go forth and feel fancy in some high-tops, fresh out the box.
We’ve put our best covers on T-shirts, totes and posters – plus all of them in one awesome book. Buy them here.
Indie shops, ace nightlife and tasty street food
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Great cinemas, pretty pastel streets and the famous Portobello Road Market
Home of Greenwich Mean Time and amazing London views
A go-to haunt for foodies, clubbers, artists and rockers alike
Home to iconic institutions and incredible museums
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A hub of cultural activity, state-funded arts and entertainment venues
Urban parks, canal-side fun and brilliant brunch spots
Bright lights, drinking dens and unforgettable entertainment
This storming revolutionary musical has been stirring up audiences since 1985
HIs every crotch grab sent jolts of ecstasy across the globe, his every spasmodic hip thrust left the world reeling. That’s an inhuman level of power...
A joyously eccentric musical take on Baz Luhrmann's fabulous dancing yarn
Set in a former bullion truck depot in Shoreditch, Dinerama is a food and drink market from Street Feast, London’s leading street food market company.
The biggest theatre hit of modern times bar none is Jack Thorne and JK Rowling's epic two-part eighth adventure for erstwhile boy wizard Harry Potter
Trey Parker and Matt Stone's naughty but extremely lovable comedy
The team behind 'The Play That Goes Wrong' hit the funnybone again
A spectacular revival for the glitzy American musical classic
The musical witches of this 'Wizard of Oz' prequel are still casting a spell over the West End
Kids will go wild for this majestic jungle musical
The coastal capital has always been one of Europe’s most beautiful walled cities, full of interesting winding streets and Baroque mansions, yet Mdina, further north, is even more fairytale, with its high bastions and moat.
The United Kingdom – made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - is a varied, fascinating country. You’ll find different dialects, celtic languages and unique communities, traditions, myths and legends.
Scotland is a country famed for its natural beauty – its rolling glens and hills, its windswept western isles and pristine lochs – and while we’re not arguing with any of that, it’s also true that there’s loads more going on than pretty flora and fauna.
At first glance Reading isn’t a cultural icon; if you spent your teenage years in its vicinity you might still consider the Oracle shopping centre to be the Home Counties equivalent of The Dubai Mall.
Manchester might be well-established as a haven of nightlife, from its rich musical heritage to its modern clubbing meccas. But if you want to head out for an altogether more civilised excursion, then it’s also got heaps of places, from the cute to the cash-splashing, to treat yourself to the ultimate in decadent eating: high tea.
If the city of Oxford is known for anything, it’s providing an education that’s second to none. But you don’t need three years and a student loan to leave Oxford feeling like you’ve learned a thing or two.
If you're travelling from further afield, Newcastle might not be top of your list as a city to visit. But those in the know are already familiar with the idea of Newcastle as one of Britain's best cities.
From delicious dive bars and brilliant boozers to chic cocktail bars with pricey drops and panoramic views, this city has it all when it comes to getting a bit squiffy.
Then Liverpool's got more picture perfect afternoon tea venues than you can shake a mop-top haircut at. So if you love them (yeah, yeah, yeah), then here's 11 spots guaranteed to send you all in a spin.
Well-known and long-respected for its thriving independent arts and music scene, Liverpool has more recently expanded its museums offer.