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Boy Cried Wolf, THE MINUTES, The King Hats, Dactyls playing live at Bull and Gate in London - Monday, 31st Oct 2011...

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Steve Winwood Roundhouse London, Monday 18 Oct 2010, Doors at 19:00 Book your tickets... http://bit.ly/c8nMFw

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Booking a table at the Restaurant is simple – just follow the links and you can do it all in seconds on line and in real time. If you prefer to linger, you can take a virtual stroll around the fascinating building, visiting the Café, Oyster Bar and Crustacea Stall while you are here. You can read about the history of Michelin House, and meet some of the people who were involved in the creation of Bibendum Restaurant... http://bit.ly/c5hT3m

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May 6, 2010 07:07 PM - Restaurants, Food - by Bibendum Restaurant

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At the Blues Kitchen in Camden Town, authentic Soul Food is served direct to your booth (brunch is available on Saturday & Sunday). Get your chops round some BBQ Chicken, Gumbo, Jambalaya or tuck into the legendary Blues Kitchen Chilli.

Or perhaps sample one of our epic burgers, served on a butchers block with a cup of fries and a healthy dollop of home-made coleslaw. Also, thick shakes, Key Lime, Pecan and Mississippi Mud Pies will service anyone fit for a dessert....

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Exposed - Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera - Tate Modern 28 May – 3 October 2010
Exposed offers a fascinating look at pictures made on the sly, without the explicit permission of the people depicted. With photographs from the late nineteenth century to present day, the pictures present a shocking, illuminating and witty perspective on iconic and taboo subjects.... http://bit.ly/96lh1Y

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The third Story of London festival runs from 1-31 August 2011. This year the festival celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Festival of Britain, which was held to show a progressive view of post-war Britain and showcase contemporary design and innovation.

London museums are hosting displays and recreating some of the activities that took place in their boroughs in 1951 so you can relive the original festival and enjoy retro events with a 21st century spin....

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Wed 23 November 2011 – 7.30pm
Lecture/Talk @ Pushkin House
Were the Constructivists Really Communists?
CONSTRUCTIVISM TODAY LECTURE SERIES

Architects of the Russian avant-garde are often presented as either ‘western’ aesthetes or unworldly and out of their depth when it comes to politics, but was this really the case?

Writer and journalist Owen Hatherley argues that they were complicit in the ideology under which they were working, and that their buildings and theories make most sense when seen as part of a Marxist project....

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