Oxjam Brixton Launch

Raise money for Oxfam and enjoy a great party at the same time, what’s the catch?  Well there isn’t one, just head to The Lambeth on Sunday 18th August.  OK it’s on a Sunday so maybe a Monday hangover is the catch. Oxjam was launched in 2006 and has been raising money for Oxfam through […]

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Clapham Tandoori

If you’ve ever stepped out of Clapham Common station, chances are you’ve seen the Clapham Tandoori.  If like me, up until a week ago, you’ve seen it and never ventured in now’s the time to change that!  If you’re already a curry fan then this is one for you.  A step above you’re average local […]

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Poulet Rouge, Balham – Coming Soon

The guys behind Cattle Grid, the popular steak focused restaurant chain, are now adding a new focus to their repertoire. This time it’s chicken, and not just any chicken Goosnargh chickens will be sourced from the renowned Reg Johnson of Johnson & Swarbrick, who, together with his brother Bud, has been producing slow grown corn-fed chicken for […]

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Streatham Hill – 5 Of The Best

I’m a big proponent of Streatham Hill.  Not only is it a cheaper alternative for living when compared to popular nearby Brixton, Clapham and Balham, but it is also well served by public transport.  There are buses going to just about anywhere in London you could need to get to and the train station serves […]

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South London’s Best Roof Top Bars

London in the sunshine is a glorious place to be. You might decide to hit one of South London’s many parks, or perhaps an enticing beer garden, but how about aiming a bit higher…literally.  Roof top bars are popular not just because they provide a place where you can both sun yourself and enjoy a […]

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Pop Up Italian Supperclub @ Cannon and Cannon, Brixton

Popular Italian supperclub The Backdoor Kitchen is popping up in Brixton’s Market Row this July. For 3 Sundays starting 21 July, they’ll join forces with British charcuterie maker Cannon and Cannon’s Salon at Brixton restaurant,  to host a series of brunches and afternoon Aperitivo, the Italian-style happy hour.  This is in association with what’s fast becoming the go to drink […]

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Celebrate 4th July at The Dime Bar

Bringing Coney Island to Battersea this 4th July! Celebrate Independence Day this 4th July at The Dime Bar, Battersea. With Live music kicking off the celebrations, enjoy American bottled craft beers and cocktails in coconuts! Corn dogs and hot dogs will be on special offer all night and if you want to go big sign […]

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The Northcote Road Summer Fete

The Northcote Road Summer Fete is coming on Sunday 7th July from 11am-5pm. What’s summer without a summer fete and where better to hold it than on Battersea’s favourite shopping street? Expect a pop up market, food and drink, a children’s dance stage, community ping pong tables, the Wimbledon Men’s Final on the big screen, […]

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Design Museum – Lesser Known Architecture

The Design Museum in Shad Thames is well worth a visit and is currently helping to celebrate the London Festival of Architecture.  Go and check out the small free display Lesser Known Architecture which celebrates extraordinary London architecture. The 10 buildings which make up the display have been nominated by leading architecture critics.  Lesser Known […]

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