You could win the chance to get your skates on at the Natural History Museum before everybody else this year, because we're giving away 300 tickets to the stunning outdoor rink's opening night. In celebration of our partnership with the Natural History Museum Ice Rink this year, you could be among the first group of Londoners to glide on the iconic ice. The enchanting rink is neighboured by a fairground carousel and cosy balcony café bar overlooking the ice, plus thousands of fairy lights help to make the setting even more magical. We have 150 pairs of tickets to the exclusive Time Out skating session on October 31 to give away. The session starts at 7pm, and tickets include 50 minutes on the ice, plus boot hire.
For your chance to win a pair, just fill in your details below. Terms and conditions apply. By entering this competition you agree to receive relevant communications from Time Out including news, events, offers and competitions. This competition will close at 2pm on Thursday October 24 2013.
A stylish chicken shop with a retro music theme? That’s not exactly groundbreaking stuff for Camden, though being literally metres from the tube station is genius. After all, the American soul food dished up by Bea Vo (Bea’s of Bloomsbury, Stax Diner, Boondocks) is everything you’d want from wallet-friendly stodge. Perfect for soaking up the booze before crawling on to the night tube. She’s carried over the chicken and waffles from her previous joints and there are chicken tenders on the menu too. But the main draw here is multi-flavoured wings, some slicker than others. The General Tso was the obvious bigshot: a lip-smacking soy, sesame, garlic and red chilli number with a nice sweet/sour balance. The spicy buffalo wings, served with a tart blue cheese dip, were also a memorable treat. The only faults appeared with the Saigon Caramel (too much fish sauce) and the Nashville Hot. Toasty, yes,but not much more. Saying that, it was nothing the excellent waffle fries and the apple poppy-seed coleslaw couldn’t fix, especially as the portions were ample. Just don’t expect to loiter here for hours on end. Vibes are cool and the service is friendly, but there’s no alcohol on the menu and seating is minimal. It is a chicken shop, after all. But for finger-licking munchies that mostly hit the spot, you’ve come to the right place.
Venue says: “Open as usual over the Bank Holiday weekend!”