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The Valentine’s celebrations are rolling over to the weekend for all you lovers in the house, but we’ve equally got some great picks for those proud singletons who like the best bits of London Fashion Week, experimental theatre and John McClane times three (or four, if you’re looking to catch the new Die Hard this weekend). Win-win all around!
Yesterday the Frontline Club in London screened Secret City , the acclaimed investigative documentary explores the power wielded by the City of London Corporation and reveals its relationship to London’s position at the centre of global finance, and the economic crisis.
Expensive to buy in, but those in the capital also have the most spending money. And live longer.
This weekend sees the Southbank Centre declare the arrival of winter with its annual festival dedicated to all things Chrismassy. While those not quite ready to get into the spirit of it all can enjoy a street photography workshop in the East, a flick about graffiti writers, fried chicken in Brixton and a unusual dedication to the beauty of dancing on ice.
Ahead of the debut of his live show in London tomorrow, Hotflush Recordings boss Scuba talks exclusively to The Independent about why he chose Shoreditch over Berghain to premier his new AV spectacular.
Henry Moller is the founder and managing director of the year-old, London based outfit, Audio Doughnuts, who have already been crowned as one of the ‘Best Club Nights of 2011’, Errol Anderson caught up with him and found out about the world of the London club promoter.
This year has seen a string of catastrophic events, including significant errors made by government ministers, piling more pressure on Cameron – as with each occasion the buck ultimately stops with him – and once again his judgment is under the spotlight.
With over 200 nations getting ready to represent at next week’s London Olympics we couldn’t help but run with an international theme for this weekend’s exploits.
While last week’s moans turned to the poor preparations of security contractors G4S, the last four days have seen attention focusing on the restrictions placed on athletes, spectators, businesses, charities, your dinner, your clothes, your girlfriend and your dog over what they can and can’t do in association with the Olympics
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