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My WeekendNotes - 23
There are markets, and then there are markets (if you know what I mean). Brockley Market is definitely one of the bes... [more]
The Amersham Arms is the kind of local gem you feel torn between raving about to everyone you meet and guarding jealousl... [more]
Making your own Christmas decorations is fantastic. It's fun, cheap and environmentally friendly, and (if you do it well... [more]
Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Richmond Literature Festival has established itself as an arts and culture g... [more]
03/11/2011 - 27/11/2011
Oxjam is Oxfam's annual month-long music festival, with hundreds of events throughout October all around the country. An... [more]
01/10/2011 - 31/10/2011
I wasn't sure what to expect of J. M. Synge's Irish comedy, The Playboy of the Western World. Except obviously I was hop... [more]
17/09/2011 - 26/11/2011
As a feminist I wasn't immediately keen on the idea of a 'sport' apparently based on girls skating about in hotpants wit... [more]
It's probably clear by now that I like good food, and that for me 'good' means food that comes with tags like 'organic',... [more]
You won't often find me in an Odeon cinema, and I'd all but given up hope of using a free ticket voucher before it expir... [more]
16/09/2011 - 31/12/2011
Whenever I'm anywhere within a three-mile radius of The Strand, I find myself being irresistibly pulled towards a certai... [more]
If you live in London, then going for a tour of the Houses of Parliament is one of those things you tend not to get roun... [more]
You can't pass a Del'Aziz without pausing to ogle the almost indecent selection of cakes and pastries in the window, whi... [more]
For anyone who's never come across a veg box before, it's basically exactly what it sounds like: a box full of vegetable... [more]
Looking for a good yoga class? Try Pop Up Yoga. Tucked away out of sight, it's a haven of peace in the middle of busy Is... [more]
London's first International Alternative Press Festival is here, promising a fortnight of truly 'alternative' exhibiti... [more]
27/05/2011 - 13/06/2011
Volunteering can be a great way to contribute to a cause you feel really passionate about, or to gain experience in a pa... [more]
I'm certainly no expert on wine and (despite numerous childhood holidays in France) I've never been to a winetasting eve... [more]
This year's London Marathon has been and gone, but there are still plenty of running and walking events coming up in the... [more]
All's Well that Ends Well, I'll admit, is not one of my favourite Shakespearean plays or so I would have said until la... [more]
The opportunity to go 'dragonboating' certainly got the attention of the group of 8 and 9 year old school children I... [more]
Some things just make you feel better straight away, and for me at least one of those things is the sight and sound ... [more]
Neal's Yard, to the north of Covent Garden, is a great place to eat if you're vegetarian. Or vegan. Or only eat organic.... [more]
In the heart of the cultural hotbed that is Shoreditch, Rich Mix does pretty much everything: music, film, art, dance,... [more]