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S-hard to beat this view

Published on February 18th, 2013 | by Walter Ugarkovic

★★★★★ Brave your fear of heights, cross your fingers for clear skies and book your ticket for the new pinnacle of London’s skyline – The Shard. The skyscraper forms part of a £2 billion regeneration project... Read More


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Light Show is the right show

Published on February 18th, 2013 | by Lorelei Watt

★★★★★ The Hayward Gallery’s new exhibition, Light Show, cements its reputation for putting on showcases that can be enjoyed by culture vultures and art novices alike. Light Show is described as an exhibition using light to... Read More


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Archangel: Worth more than a flying visit

Published on February 13th, 2013 | by Florinda Ratkoceri

★★★★ Situated in the heart of Kensington High Street, Archangel is a small and cosy bar, and there’s a basement nightclub with the capacity to hold around 250 people for their regular events. The atmosphere is... Read More


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A new chapter for Peckham

Published on February 13th, 2013 | by Rory Moore

★★★★★ Tucked away underneath the railway arches of Peckham Rye station, Bar Story is a true Peckham drinking institution. With a wide range of draft, bottled beers and ciders, and an extensive list of over thirty... Read More


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In a galaxy, not so far away

Published on February 13th, 2013 | by Teral Atlilan

★★★ The Royal Academy of Arts Museum is hosting the work of Moriko Mori, a former student of Chelsea College of Art and Design. The show is an eleven year retrospective called Rebirth and is Mori’s... Read More


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Wish-full thinking

Published on February 13th, 2013 | by Henrietta Hitchcock

★★★ Brixton Village is a foodie haven, and Market Row across the road is on its way to being just as promising. Wishbone is one of the latest restaurants to open there, and it has been... Read More


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Dive into a great read

Published on February 13th, 2013 | by Henrietta Hitchcock

★★★★ Released towards the end of last year, ‘Swimming Home’ is one of the latest novels from Deborah Levy. An acclaimed playwright as well as an author, it is no wonder that the book unfolds much... Read More


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Put fitness in the frame

Published on February 13th, 2013 | by Rosie Conroy

★★★★★ If you don’t really like exercise but do really like looking good in a small swimsuit then Frame could be just what you’re looking for. Fun exercise classes worth getting out of bed for aren’t... Read More


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