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Popstarz: Lost in Space
Fri Dec 31

Time Out says
Intergalactic frolics for metrosexual (but predominantly gay) indie boys and girls, covering all the bases from rock to electro via pop, trash, R&B, disco, Motown and ballads with a special sci-fi twist...


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London’s best kept secret – Searcys’ own Georgian Town House in the heart of Knightsbridge. A fabulous venue for corporate and private events especially weddings. A reputation for great food and service, this luxurious house is a treasure. You’ll be hard pushed to find anywhere like this with its remarkable flexibility in its layout for the range of events it invites. Luxury bed and breakfast is a must try – once tried, never forgotten...


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Presented By: MatchesFashion.com
The Style Report

Your guide to the best-dressed artists right now: from Tinie
Tempah to Brandon Flowers, who’s got the freshest look?



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Following critically acclaimed exhibitions at the Benaki Museum in Athens and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Crete, London-based artist Kalliopi Lemos launches the final part of Navigating in the Dark. Her site-specific installation will open at The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras, on 7 October....


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Dirt: The filthy reality of everyday life. Wellcome Collection, NW1
24 March - 31 August

'Dirt' will reveal the fascinating world of filth that remains one of the very last taboos.

Our major new exhibition takes a closer look at something that surrounds us but that we are often reluctant to confront. 'Dirt' travels across centuries & continents to explore our ambivalent relationship with dirt.

Bringing together around 200 artefacts spanning visual art, photography, cultural ephemera, scientific artefacts, film & literature, the exhibition uncovers a rich history of disgust and delight...


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The Fifth Camden Fringe takes place between the 2nd and 29th AUGUST 2010. The Camden Fringe was been set-up by Zena Barrie and Michelle Flower for It's Alright For Some Ltd, who produced comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival from 2002 - 2006 and have run the Etcetera Theatre in Camden since the beginning of 2004. www.itsalrightforsome.com. The first Camden Fringe took place in August 2006 at the Etcetera Theatre and included 57 performances by 22 acts over 4 weeks... http://bit.ly/au5n85


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The London History Festival at Kensington Central Library, 12 Phillimore Walk, W8
until 24 November 2011

History Today celebrates its sixtieth birthday this year. Since 1951 it has brought the work of the finest historians to the widest possible audience and now, with the recent launch of the History Today Book Club, it is doing more than ever to promote the best historians and writers in the field.

That is why it is proud to sponsor the third London History Festival, a project that shares those aims. The festival offers the chance to engage with some of today's finest practitioners of the historian's craft in one of the great world cities, itself rich in history....


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