a Creative’s Guide to London
For visitors, residents and potential residents to London, a curated selection of the best food, shopping, arts and culture, and design -- all the elements needed for living a creative life.
Dinner last night: TY
pop-up for being open for street food cravings! Mmm, salmon
4 days ago
: By far one of the most intelligent examples of the potentials of urban artistic expression...
5 days ago
The emptiest I've ever seen Byron, Hoxton Square. The damp chills even burger cravings
5 days ago
thanks kindly for the
2 weeks ago
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Links: London events in general
Website for the weekly TimeOut London magazine: good overview of what’s on in London, arts, food and otherwise.
Now. Here. This.
TimeOut London’s blog, tending to cover edgier events
A small selection of hyper-hipster things
Blog with handy recommendations, top 10 lists.
Links: Design, arts and culture
It's Nice That
Website of well-curated design and art picks, now organises some of their own events.
The Book Club, Shoreditch
Cafe/bar/club with varied schedule of events, plus just good spot for drinks and hanging out.
Blog of London’s hidden gems, with emphasis on craft, design and food. Shop listings could use updating.
Art, theatre, dance, film, all in a stunning Brutalist complex/
Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A)
An institution, a don’t-miss. Major shows on art and design.
The major modern art museum. Big shows. NYC analogy: MoMA.
To Check Out
Gelato in Soho
Liberty of Norton Folgate (cafe)
Posted: March 9th, 2012 ˑ Filled under:
by Chris Bracey
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