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The House of Minalima: The London Shop Bringing Harry Potter to Life

The House of Minalima is a must-visit for any Harry Potter fan in London. Part-shop, part-exhibition, all wonderful – it’s an adventure into the graphic world of JK Rowling’s famous universe. Any Harry Potter fans in the house? Who are we kidding – we all know you’re only reading this page because you are low-level …

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Swingers London: Crazy Golf… But Not As You Know It

Bonkers but brilliant, Swingers is the venue putting crazy golf front and centre on London’s radar. Here’s why you need to go.  Q: Why do golfers always carry a spare pair of trousers?  A: In case they get a hole in one.  We’ll let you in on a little secret… swinging is cool again. No, …

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The Soho Pub Guide: The Best Pubs in Soho for a Refreshing Drink

Soho is the pub-lover’s dream. With so many cool little boozers for the perfect pint, it can be tough to choose where to go. Don’t miss the best pubs in Soho for your next drink. Soho doesn’t do badly on the pub front at all.  It might be a relatively small area, but when it …

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A Festival Dedicated to Inspiring Stories is Coming to London and You Won’t Want to Miss It

Prepare to be inspired: The Evening Standard has partnered up with Netflix to bring the Stories Festival to Picturehouse Central over the weekend between the 24th and 26th of September 2021.  Expect three jam-packed days of live readings, workshops, and talks from incredible creatives, directors, and writers – as well as a few very famous …

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Best Bars in Soho: Cool + Quirky Soho Bars for Cocktails, Wine and Cheeky Nights Out

Soho is one of London’s coolest drinking spots. It’s got it all – hush hush speakeasies serving decadent cocktails, bars in abandoned underground stations, there’s even a rooftop bar thrown in for good measure. Looking for the best bars in Soho? Don’t miss these brilliant drinking dens. It’s no secret that Soho’s bars are banging. …

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Heritage Restaurant & Cocktail Bar – The Chic Soho Hangout with Cocktails, Fondue AND Raclette

Soho is home to plenty of brilliant restaurants and bars, but Heritage Restaurant & Cocktail Bar offers a unique alpine experience that really stands out from the others. Not just because the food is delicious (though it is), but because the classy ski-resort theme is executed to perfection. Step inside and you’re transported to a …

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Things to do in Chinatown, London – An Insider’s Guide

Chinatown stands out – a vibrant and distinct part of London’s West End it’s beloved by locals and tourists alike. Planning a visit? Here’s what you need to know. Chinatown stands in the centre of London’s West End, a distinct melange of paper lanterns, shops, restaurants and cafes, bounded by four gates that mark your …

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Park Row: The Batman-Inspired Restaurant Opening in London This Month

Ever fancied dipping into Gotham City a la Batman for the night? Who hasn’t? Park Row – London’s newest restaurant experience –  allows you to do just that.  Opening on the 10th August, it’s one of a slew of cool restaurant spots gracing the capital this month. With five restaurants and bars, this bougie experience …

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Time to Explore: Carnaby Street

Carnaby Street is colourful, pedestrianised, and perfect for selfies. It’s also home to some of the best quirky boutiques, pubs and restaurants in London. But it wasn’t always that way. The history of Carnaby Street is full of surprises.  It was the birthplace of William Blake, a plague pit in the 1500s and 1600s, and …

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