“I love being outdoors unless it’s raining like hell. Hampstead Heath reminds me of walking around with my twin and mum as a kid and so it’s amazing to walk around, climb some amazing trees and go swimming in the open air lido in the height of summer.” — Shura
Music hall with original cast iron pillars, balcony and decor, staging an eclectic event programme.
Chapel Market is a daily street market in London. The market is
located on a street of the same name near Angel, and sells fruit,
vegetables and fish, as well as bargain household goods and cheap
Vegetarian curry house and takeaway with an all-you-can-eat buffet in a simple cafe setting.
Sir John Soane's Museum was formerly the home of the neo-classical
architect John Soane. It holds many drawings and models of Soane's
projects and the collections of paintings, drawings and antiquities that
Casual, eclectic eatery with small plates served all day, beer, wine and a few pavement tables.
Studio 180 is a converted Georgian terrace containing five unique artists studios. The basement of the house is a multi functional space which plays host to a number of creative events.
Compact, venerable independent record shop for mainstream and leftfield vinyl and CDs.
Specialist shop trading in a wide and varied selection of hard-to-find vinyl records and CDs.
Much-loved Punjabi restaurant serving aromatic, spicy dishes in a no-frills, contemporary interior.
Flagship cafe of an artisan coffee roaster, with breakfast and lunch menus made using local produce.
Low-key venue for British classics including fish and chips and roasts, global dishes and breakfast.
Cafe with cakes and carefully sourced coffee, first of tiny chain that roasts its own beans.
Old-school record store stocks eclectic blues, dance, soul, reggae and global music on vinyl and CD.
Small bites with artisan coffees made using beans sourced directly from exporters and roasted daily.
Daytime cafe, night-time performances, with live avant-garde music from free jazz to psych rock.