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Best Kept Secrets

Carole Bryon, the “Lady of the Grapes”

Wine lover Carole Bryon is fulfilling her dream of opening a wine bar that champions female wine makers.

Being a LIAR is alarmingly fun

Interactive show £¥€$ (LIES) from acclaimed Belgian company Ontroerend Goed lets the audience members gamble against the financial system.

“Will you play spies with me?”

Fulfil your childhood dreams of spy rings and espionage by attending Lamplighters at the Old Red Lion, an interactive performance where you will embark on your very own operation with the secret service.

Howdy, y’all!

The Moonshine Saloon is London’s first immersive Western Bar.

Top 5: International Beer Day

We’ve rounded up the best beer experiences and extravaganzas in London.

This week: 30 July – 5 August

Stuck in the city this summer? Lucky you!

“Crisis is inherent to the system"

Director Alexander Devriendt explains how his interactive theatre show £¥€$ (LIES) at the Almeida Theatre makes the banking system tangible.

Top 5: Cycling Cafés

If you’ve caught the cycling bug, are the proud owner of a fixie and/or not afraid to be seen in a pair of tight pants, you might like to know about these cute places that fix your bike and serve great coffee while you wait.

“This may be the first show of its kind”

Theatre-makers Dean Rodgers and Neil Connolly are pushing the immersive medium to the next level – back into a traditional theatre!

This week: 23 – 29 July

We can't offer sandy beaches but London is still a great place to be!

Sounds and Sorcery

The Vaults are host to an inventive and imaginative conception of Disney’s cult film ‘Fantasia’, interpreted as an immersive environment of installations and performance.

A little more conversation...

An interview with Georgie Nightingall, founder of Trigger Conversations

An Interview with Tony Lee Moral, expert

Tony will introduce some of the director’s masterpieces at Regent Street Cinema’s Hitchcock Summer Season

This week: 9 – 15 July

Can we tempt you away from football, parks and picnics?

An Interview with Jeremy Houghton

The official artist of the Wimbledon Championship of 2017 was asked back this year to do some paintings for the tournament’s 150th anniversary.

Spotlight on: Gay’s the Word

In honour of Pride today we are giving center stage to the UK's only remaining LGBTQ+ bookshop.

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