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“To enjoy London’s nightlife, you should stay local so you can stay out as late as you’d like. Nurse a bottle as you stroll to your destination. Avoid standing in line. Seek live music (Songkick is rad for this). Make new friends. Also, throw your own parties. Invite me – I’ll DJ”

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Something you should see… Marina Abramovic: White Space

Something you should see… Marina Abramovic: White Space

Artist Marina Abramovich has been the subject of much focus following her latest, crowd-pulling work at the Serpentine. 512 Hours represented a culmination of the life-long …

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Somewhere you should go… Conflict Kitchen London

Somewhere you should go… Conflict Kitchen London

It doesn’t want to force a message down your throat, but it hopes that by the time you leave you might have digested more than …

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Somewhere you should eat… Trade

Somewhere you should eat… Trade

Trade is the sort of cafe I dream of owing one day. From the retro-inspired interiors to the beautifully presented food, this new drop-in on …

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A guide to the 58th BFI London Film Festival: Nas: Time is Illmatic, Björk: Biophilia Live and Whiplash

A guide to the 58th BFI London Film Festival: Nas: Time is Illmatic,  Björk: Biophilia Live and Whiplash

The BFI London Film Festival should not need any introduction. Now in its 58th year, it has secured a permanent place in our hearts with …

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A guide to the 58th BFI London Film Festival: Girlhood, Dear White People and The Tribe

A guide to the 58th BFI London Film Festival: Girlhood, Dear White People and The Tribe

The BFI London Film Festival should not need any introduction. Now in its 58th year, it has secured a permanent place in our hearts with …

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