Three courses and prosecco at this new Islington Japanese joint
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A wash, cut, conditioning treatment, blow dry and head massage at this swish Fitzrovia salon
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This city-wide celebration of all things hop-tastic, is back for 2018. Beer fanatics can download a £10 pass through the DrinkUp.London app, which gives them access to £5 beer flights in over 75 of the capital’s best bars and brewery taprooms.
This big multi-venue cultural love-in aims to inject some creativity into the Square Mile. The standout event, ‘Tunnel Visions: Array’, sees the usual Beech Street traffic halted and replaced with a hypnotic installation with digital projections and a soundtrack by the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
This Fitzrovia sushi joint from the people behind Chisou is small but lovely. The food dazzles: the sashimi is outstanding, silky tuna is turned into a modish carpaccio and even the miso is great.
The lush Barbican Conservatory will be filled with beautifully crafted, one-off ceramics as 60 contemporary artists from potters’ studio Turning Earth take part in this makers’ market.
See the first solo exhibition Tate Modern has ever held for the Spanish master, focusing entirely on 1932 – a pivotal and prolific year for Pablo. It’s a slow burn of a show, but there are some truly beautiful artworks on display.
Don’t miss the RSC’s new production of the Shakespearean tragedy set in a West African kingdom. Astonishingly, Paapa Essiedu is the first black man ever to play Hamlet for the RSC and he’s memorably good as the doomed prince.
See digitally manipulated versions of JMW Turner seascapes wrapping around the walls of the gallery from projectors. These are overwhelming works of art, and Perry drags you down into them.
This pub and Thai kitchen is from the Irish family-operated Windmill Taverns Group. Beers from near and far are on regular rotation on tap, all noodle and curry dishes come in under a tenner, and folk bands play at weekends.
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