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Akira

The blurb

The Japanese restaurant, Akira, is on the first floor of Japan House London in Kensington. Named after Chef Shimizu Akira, the restaurant presents a Japanese dining experience based on Akira’s ‘trinity of cooking principles’: food, tableware and presentation. … Read more →

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The Montagu Arms, Brockenhurst

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Gosh but the New Forest’s a lovely part of the world. As we drive through England’s smallest National Park, trees glinting golden in late summer sun, around 20 wild ponies, ranging from darkest chestnut to taupe, dappled grey … Read more →

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The Natural History Museum

Valentines at the Museum, Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW7 5BD; 14th Feb; 19:00-22:30; £35 non members, £31.50 members

Join the Natural History Museum for an evening of romantic fascination covering animal courtship, copulation and everything in between. Have Read more →
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Orangetheory Reveals a New Fitness Studio

Orangetheory Fitness London has revealed the first wave of new studio locations that are set to open in 2020. The first new studio, located in Fulham Broadway (Vanston Place) will join the current London based Orangetheory Fitness studios in Wandsworth, … Read more →

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A Fresh Start: 5 Changes to Consider When Moving into a New Home

Moving into a new home can be both exhausting, and nerve-wracking. There are all sorts of reasons why people decide to say goodbye to their old property. Whether it’s because you need more space, have a new job, or are … Read more →

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The Playground Theatre

Ida Rubenstein: The Final Act; Playground Theatre, Northumberland Ave, Charing Cross, London WC2N 5DE; 23rd Jan-15th Feb; from £10

Ida Rubinstein: The Final Act tells the untold story of dance’s forgotten diva, the early 20th Century Russian impresario performer Read more →
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The Troubadour

Vinyl at The Troubadour, 263–267 Old Brompton Road, Earl's Court, London, SW5; Tuesday 4 Feb; 8-11pm; £7 adv £10 otd

After over a year of highly-successful monthly evenings in Aylesbury, Vinyl On Wednesdays is coming to the venerable Troubadour as Read more →
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Subterania

BPM, 12 Acklam Rd, London W10 5QS; Saturday 1 Feb; Doors at 7.30pm; £15

BPM is bringing some of London’s finest artists to Subterania: Act 1: Sam Wise Act 2: A2 Act 3: Dotty Read more →
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Latest Trends in Kitchen Design for 2020

Are you bored with your current kitchen style? Do you need a more functional space to make cooking easier? Whether you want to revamp the entire room, a wall, a nook, or a few accents, we can help you pick … Read more →

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