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Iconic Soho boozer The French House's upstairs kitchen has recently been taken over by chef Neil Borthwick, and his French and British fare is perfect in its "aversion to artsy flourishes and Insta-baiting faff", says Time Out's Tom Howells. [📷: Peter Clark]
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Here’s this week’s must-see art shows:
1️⃣ Totally brilliant, madly colourful and embarrassingly undiscovered art in How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s at @goldsmithscca.
Like the idea of camping, but not so into the unpredictable weather and creepy crawlies? A whole slew of indoor camping spaces are popping up for those who are timid about tents, including kitsch caravan park @towedtowncamping in Bristol. Zero pegs required.
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The Druid Order has existed in London since 1717, and every year a group of them throw on their flapping white robes for a public ceremony in Tower Hill called the spring equinox. Join them tomorrow around noon to welcome in the season.
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All the voices in your head calling, Gloria? Cult Parisian-Italian group @bigmammagroup has opened its first London location, trattoria Gloria. Not only do they have pasta in a Pecorino wheel, giant desserts and interiors that evoke an Italian summer holiday - there’s also a special two-way mirror surprise in the toilets. 🧀⚙️🚽 📽: @zetaspy
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In tomorrow's mag, you'll find our 'Big Review' on Jamie Lloyd's production of #Betrayal – Harold Pinter's reverse-chronology adultery drama starring @twhiddleston. In short, Hiddleston is great but it's Jamie's direction that'll blow your mind. 🤯 / ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
In this week's mag, we talked to the 70-plus Londoners who aren't stopping for anyone. Each of them shared #LifeLessons and we thought they sounded quite handy so we're passing them onto you.
Andrew, 77: "If London's trying to look down on you, maybe go to Richmond Park or Hampstead Heath and look down on London."
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If you're looking for a London hidden gem this week, check out Dr Johnson's House, the 300-year-old townhouse and where writer Dr Samuel Johnson lived and worked in the 18th century. Alongside being aesthetically pleasing, it doubles as a writer's house museum. [📷: @elensham]
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If you're looking for a new haunt, take a trip to The Waldorf Hilton to visit @theparrotldn, a tropical-themed cocktail bar brought to you by @IdrisElba (no, seriously). You better be quick before everyone flocks to this Insta-worthy spot 🍸
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In this week's mag, we spoke to the 70-plus Londoners who are a force to be reckoned with. Each of them shared #LifeLessons and we thought they were pretty wise, so we're passing them on. -
Angela, 71 (second from the right): "If you've got a talent, use it. Don't think that unless you end up being a surgeon or pilot your life is meaningless."
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This week, Pauline Forster takes us inside @beigel_shop on Brick Lane, one of her favourite go-to spots. This shop has been in the baked goods game since 1855 and is known for its long queues and generous helpings of salt beef.