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Looks like there ain’t no stopping the Barbican. After a successful series of autumn concerts, the London institution has just announced that it’s now planning to bring back theatre too. Most excitingly, we can look forward to ‘The Ghost Light’, a live experience for just one audience member and five of their guests. You basically
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Covent Garden Italian-inspired restaurant The Petersham will be opening its doors again on Nov 5. The restaurant will be serving lunch and dinner from Wednesday-Sunday with a menu full of seasonal dishes and fresh English produce. Some of the highlights include spaghetti with razor clams and bottarga as a starter, as well as main courses
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A new curated shop selling food, drink, plants, homewares and furniture is popping up in Southwark. Menier Store is transforming the Menier Chocolate Factory, a Grade II listed Victorian warehouse, into a mini department store full of specialist retailers and will open on October 30. The stars of Menier Store are North London food and drink experts The Camden
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One of the most heartwarming stories of these difficult months has been spearheaded by footballer and national hero Marcus Rashford. His ongoing campaign to make sure that the austerity caused by the pandemic doesn’t deprive children of a square meal has gathered pace, with numerous local authorities lending their support – and some for next
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The Arcola Theatre is turning itself inside-out for winter. The pioneering Off-West End playhouse has employed multi-award-winning stage designer Jon Bausor to create a brand new outdoor performance space and bar near its main building on Ashwin street (just opposite Dalston Junction Overground station). Arcola Outside is due to open in December. Under Tier 2 restrictions,
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Great news for fans of London Gay Men’s Chorus: its annual Christmas concert will go ahead this year, after months and months of utterly scuppered plans.  But now, sixteen socially distanced singers (from the two-hundred-strong group) will be able to bring a ‘dollop of cheer to a difficult year’ this December by belting out some of the classics in a show
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Today is shaping up to be one of those Walt Disney World news days. However, unlike most recent instances of this, the stories (thus far at least) are unequivocally positive. Things started out with Walt Disney World releasing new 2021 discounts for the general public, Floridians, and Annual Passholders, with above-average savings for Winter and Spring 2021.
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Walt Disney World has released strong new room-only discounts for winter and Spring 2021. In this post, we’ll share the details of these special offers, compare & contrast them with this year’s room-only discounts, and share analysis as to how much money you’ll actually save with each. As you might recall, Walt Disney World released
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What’s the soundtrack to London? Honking van drivers, sweary bike couriers and announcements about why your train has mysteriously disappeared off the display board. Of course not. It’s buskers, right? Who hasn’t had their day momentarily brightened by a beatboxer, someone hitting some plastic tubs or an old fellow doing the saxophone bit from ‘Baker
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