Contem-paw-ary art chosen by cultured canines. Hounds down, this show is the shih tzu and it'll make you want to raise a glass to the world's best bitches.
A debaucherous love letter to growing up from Australian director Sophie Hyde, ‘Animals’ will delight fans of the Emma Jane Unsworth book on which it’s based as well as anyone who can relate to the anarchic process that is one’s passage into adulthood.
A doc exploring gay rights through the prism of the Pride march. Go for an inspiring doc about Britain's LGBT+ community and get stuck in this thought-provoking watch.
Time Out’s movie boat is back in action! Spend a warm, sunny evening watching the classic rom-com ‘Pretty Woman’ on the open-air top deck after some of London’s iconic landmarks.
Get in there a day early and celebrate National Tequila Day prematurely. Try out their dedicated list of cocktails including a Paloma Twist and a Tequila Bloody Maria.
This just in: London is going to be the first ever National Park City, which means pledging to protect our green spaces. Celebrate with eight days of alfresco fun.
A crash course intro to one of Finland's most famous painters. Go for the gloriously late-self portraits prove the best can come last. Her art gets better from start to finish.
This intense revival of Peter Shaffer’s operatic psychodrama has moved to the West End. Ned Bennett’s production can’t exactly reinvent it, but it does make ‘Equus’ feel painfully fresh.
A branch of the vampire-themed pizza restaurant near Mornington Crescent. Their sausage flecked Pops to Go is absolute killer on the menu along with the esoteric puns.
Gorgeously welcoming service. Blaring reggae tunes. Bottles of hot sauce and tins of cutlery on the battered bright orange tables. Tuck into codfish fritters, reggae wings and curried mutton. Boomting!
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