September al-bloody-ready? Where did the time go? It’s not officially autumn until late September, so there’s no need to head inside or start making buckets of pumpkin-spiced lattes just yet. And the weather may be cooling down, but we’d wager there are still a few summer-y days left. Regardless of if you’re chomping at the bit for all the autumnal weather and events, or still clinging on to the summer warmth, here’s our rundown of the best things to do this September.
1. All aboard an Art Deco train!
A healthy chunk of Londoners take a train or two into or around the city most days of their lives. But what if, and stay with us for a moment, you could make that simple act… historic. A restored Art Deco style train is prepped, ready to make down the platform like it’s the 1930s and take passengers on a tubular time capsule with them. September 9 and 10 is when you can check out this curio into London’s past and step inside the gloriously designed – both on the exterior and interior – beasts. Read more about it here.
2. Dance around at one of the few remaining London festivals
While many may be of the belief that the soundsystems of the great outdoors in London are dialled down to zero after 11:59pm on August 31, this is actually, shockingly, not the case. There are a few stragglers latching on in early-to-mid September, so you won’t have to put away those bucket hats or buckets of glitter – the party is still very much in the parks, which are crying out to be filled. Here is what’s on the roster for the rest of the summer, and remember: it’s your last chance for an outdoor festival until ~May 2024 (in London, at least).
🍺 Pub in the Park (September 1, 2, 3): Chiswick House and Gardens – McFly, Squeeze and Ronan Keeting make up the bill at this start-of-the-month boogie-woogie.
🕺 Creekside (September 2): Deptford (multiple venues) – a brand new festival with hush-hush headliners and an array of brilliant soundsystems.
🥳 Boogietown (September 9-10): Apps Court Farm, Walton-on-Thames – Billy Ocean, Earth Wind & Fire, The Tramps, Fatback Band, and Armand Van Helden should be enough to get you running down these parts.
💃 Waterworks (September 16): Gunnersbury Park – festival season winds town but Waterworks turns up with bill including Elijah & Skilliam, Shanti Celeste, Saoirse, and many more!
1️⃣ One Out Festival (September 16): Apps Court Farm, Walton-on-Thames – Mike Skinner and Interplanetary Criminal take to the stage to wave farewell to London festival season in style.
3. Head to a chill festival of all things frozen
No, this isn’t the coldest place on earth, but it is a returning pop-up experience that heads to Covent Garden each year that essentially begs you to eat lots of ice cream and cold drinks. At the festival, there will be items–frozen drinks! gelato! desserts!–from familiar faces including Kocktail (who have a Wes Anderson-inspired stand), Bubble Bros, Pan’n’Ice, Avobar, Chestnut Bakery, SUSHISAMBA and many more. As you sift through the piazza, you’ll be greeted by all the stands reeling you in with the tempting chilly goods, including margaritas, negronis, doughnuts, gelato, and Frosé prosecco. Watch out for brain freeze, but this place is the ultimate end-of-summer cool down. You’ll also catch an appearance from the 3D-printed ice cream kings over at Ayce, which will need to jump high up your lists. Find it at Covent Garden until September 4, and read more about it here.
4. Scale the newly-crowned highest free viewing platform in Europe
If you can’t make it out of the city to climb, I don’t know, Mount Snowdon, you can just take a high-speed (42-second) lift up the second-tallest building in the city after the Shard. September 27 marks the date of when you’ll be able to whizz up the 58 floors and officially be able to say you’ve visited the highest free viewing platform in Europe, the accolade that Horizon 22 will be able to boast from that day forward. If you’re (im)patiently waiting for a new view out of the city, from 254 metres up, you’ll be able to book your spot here from September 20 onwards. Read more about Horizon 22 here.
5. Check out a brand new free festival that celebrates black culture and creativity
Black on the Square is a debut event, launching at Trafalgar Square as a daytime celebration of black culture and talent across the city. It’s free, so you can head down anytime between 12pm – 6pm on September 2, and you’ll be met with a string of spoken word, jazz, rap, and soul performances – as well as live DJ sets hosted by collections – before checking out the heap of art and fashion pieces on display. Of course, you can then head to the many stalls set up at Black on the Square to taste a host of delicious plates from the Caribbean and Africa and check out the many artisan accessories, gifts, and delicacies available to sift through at the square. Read more about Black on the Square here.
6. Crane your neck to see all the giraffes on this trail around Croydon
Send this one to all your 6ft+ mates; there’s a trail in town that might speak to them. Just kidding, tall kings – but there really is a herd of giraffes dotted around, and they’re each kitted out in a unique design for the Croydon Stands Tall event. It aims to celebrate the diversity of the area while raising money for homelessness charity Crisis. It comes in collaboration with Wild In Art, who also played a hand in this summer’s giant Morph trail around the city. There are 30 of the 8ft giraffes scattered around, and you can catch sight of them around Croydon until October 21. Read more about the trail here.
7. Toast the celebration of Batman Day at this pop-up exhibition
Holy immersive experience, Robin! Batman Day is recognised on September 16, but this pop-up is making it a three-day because they recognise its vast importance. From September 15-17, you can celebrate the many guises of the caped crusader, from special edition comic books to memorabilia donned by Michael Keaton to costumes rocked during both Heath Ledger and Joaquin Phoenix’s portrayal of the Joker. It’s a good time for the arrival of ‘Batman Unmasked’, too – this year marks 15 years since the release of Christopher Nolan’s seminal The Dark Knight (2008) as well as the 100th anniversary of Warner Bros. Find more information on Batman Unmasked here.
8. Get creative at Paint In The Dark
In most cities, you can have plenty of fun in the dark. Dancefloors to fill, illuminated art installations to gaze at, pop-up cinemas to enjoy at dusk, and now? Painting. Having already enjoyed success in Paris, Paint In The Dark, the dimly lit and glowing setting where attendees can practise their strokes with a drink in hand has arrived in London. Fluorescent colours can be your inspiration for your evening as you get taken along the way by a talented art facilitator, meaning this event is perfect for the most amateur painters as well as true talents. Two drinks (wine, beer, or soft drinks) are included in the price, so book your spot now for 90 minutes of gleaming canvases and vibrant brushing.
9. Book those Oktoberfest celebrations early
Yes, the clue about what month this is supposed to be in might be lodged into the name, but that hasn’t stopped the Oktoberfest celebrations from stretching out into September as the years have passed. So get those tankards out, dust off the lederhosen, and crack out the dancing shoes for plenty of early Oktoberfest fun in the city. Take the German Gymnasium, which kicks off on September 15. Each day until the end of October means a Bavarian bonanza complete with Oompah bands and authentic German brews and bites. Read more about it here.
10. Have a ball at one of London’s many gigs this month
Now, as we mentioned earlier, festival season is starting to wind down (though not quite down and out just yet), but gig season is on the way back up, and there’s plenty going on this month. Live music is alive and well in the capital, and here are some of the finest acts playing in September.
👑 Royal Blood (September 1): Pryzm – rockers take to the intimate Kingston venue for a loud first-of-the-month eruption.
🎉 Chris Farren (September 2): The Lexington – fresh off the back of ‘Doom Singer’, the indie pop songwriter is taking his sweet and often anguished tones to north London.
💡 Fred Again (September 4-8): Alexandra Palace – his name has been on everyone’s lips for a good while now, and he’s got a sold-out, four-night run at Ally Pally this month to show for it.
😎 Siouxsie (September 6-7): Troxy – the eponymous banshee is back playing shows again after the best part of a decade, and you can be spellbound by her voice in London this September.
🥲 Hot Mulligan & Spanish Love Songs (September 7): Kentish Town Forum – an emo double-header for the ages promises stomps and singalongs.
✈️ Busted (September 10, September 27): The O2 – he told me he built a time machine like one in the fiiiilm I’ve seeeeeeen (and it was a spitting image of the O2 arena).
🍬 Sugababes (September 15): The O2 – if you’re ready for me boy, you better push the button (to go and see Sugababes in concert) and let me know.
🌟 Shania Twain (September 16-17): The O2 – lot of BLOODY good gigs at the O2 arena this month, isn’t there? Here’s another – we don’t need to explain Shania Twain to you, just source yourself a ticket and burst your lungs to the singalongs.
🔥 Seal (September 17): London Palladium – celebrating three decades since the release of his first two record, the ‘Kiss From A Rose’ singer is back to put on a show in the city.
🐰 Echo And The Bunnymen (September 18): Royal Albert Hall – Monday nights don’t get too much better than catching a legendary band in a setting like this. The killing time, unwillingly mine.
🕺 Dexys Midnight Runners (September 20): London Palladium – there’s more to these guys than just COME ON EILEEN, I’ll have you know. But you’ll also probably get to hear that.
🎶 Joe Hisaishi (September 22): Wembley Arena – the Japanese composer, best-known for his work in the Studio Ghibli movies, is here to treat London this month.
The National (September 26-27): The National – after an All Points East headline last summer, The National are back for some soft tearjerkers at Ally Pally this year.
✨Arlo Parks (September 28): Hammersmith Apollo – the Mercury Music Prize winner is back playing a London headliner to bless us with her soothing melodies.
🌹 PJ Harvey (September 28-29): Roundhouse – letting England London shake with a pair of headliners in Camden.
💥 James Blake (September 28): Alexandra Palace – bringing his idiosyncratic R&B vocals to the big stage, James Blake returns to London this Autumn for a giant show.
⚡ New Order (September 29): The O2 – love’s got the world in motion and I know you’ll want to see this arena show.
🎙️ Hak Baker (September 29): KOKO – a unique and fine performer that is bringing his storytelling ‘G-Folk’ to Camden at the end of the month
Check out our handy festival guide here.
11. Commence festive season the right way (yes, really)
September? Festive season? What seasonally confused writer is churning out this article, then? Don’t shoot the messenger but, as of August 31, it’s officially possible to kick off your Christmas shopping at the, quite frankly, ironically early starts at Liberty. The phrase it comes around earlier every year, doesn’t it? really does apply here, as the brand, who usually wait until September before their grand unveiling clearly got overexcited here and broke out the baubels. Other stores will no doubt follow the lead of Liberty but for now, this is where to get your Christmas shopping done before the crowds really take over. Read more about the opening of Liberty here.
12. Hit up the ultimate festival for sneakerheads
Should you be partial to owning a pair of trainers or 25, the Sneakerness Festival is going to be running towards your to-do lists. At the Truman Brewery on September 30, sneakerheads can indulge their passion by not only checking out the latest and best pairs of kicks, but also listening to panel events, taking part in competitions, getting snaps in the photo booth, and cutting shapes to the celebrity DJs playing throughout the day. Find out more about Sneakerness and book your spot here.
13. Try the wines of California at the Humble Grape tasting experience
A tasting experience and supper club are taking place at Humble Grape in late September, and to kick away those end-of-summer blues, you’ll be transported to sunny California. The two-hour tasting extravaganza hits Liverpool Street on September 26 when, on top of the wines from various producers—Napa Valley, Happy Canyon, and more—you’ll get to hear tales about the land and the history of winemaking in this region. Fast forward two days and it’ll be time for the supper club in Fleet Street, where guests can try five selected Rombauer wines, alongside delightful bites including bream ceviche, confit duck wings and pulled lamb taco. Keep up to date with the Humble Grape events here.
14. Waltz into a new Italian Trattoria in Soho
Keep those sunnies in your bags this month, because you could be taking a quick voyage to the golden land of Italia from the grey(er) streets of Soho. Bocconcino’s second London location arrives on September 21, bringing us interiors to marvel at and Venetian-inspired dishes to drool over. Tagliatelle with Black Truffle beckons and I for one will be heeding that call. Find out more and book here.
15. Have a right knees up at the Harvest Festival
London’s cockney royals are known as the legendary Pearly Kings and Queens. They were founded in 1875. Though not as many of the strikingly dressed cockneys that make up the group exist today, they still get together every year for events, one of which is the lively Harvest Festival. Taking place on September 24 this year at Guildhall Yard, it’s a free event that encourages charity donations, so be ready to give whatever you can before enjoying the live entertainment and dancing on offer. Read the full story about the Pearly Kings And Queens in London here.
16. Get out to a new free festival in Camden that honours new stars in the Walk Of Fame
We’ll be hoping for a Sunny Afternoon in September, as a new festival is marking new inductees to the Camden Walk Of Fame, which includes the likes of The Kinks, Janis Joplin and Billy Bragg. Between September 4-9, 11 new acts will be added to the Camden Walk Of Fame to join Amy Winehouse, David Bowie and the other legends making up the mile. Read more about the festival and the Walk Of Fame here.
17. Get into the Rugby World Cup action
Following the success of the Lionesses at the football World Cup this summer, England will have even more motivation to go on a similar run at the Rugby World Cup. It only comes around every four years, and the squad will be hoping to channel their inner 2003, 20 years on and get their hands on the Webb Ellis Cup once again. But, plenty of other nations – including Ireland, who lifted the Six Nations earlier this year – will have something to say about that. Though it might be taking place in France this time, you’ll be able to catch all the action in venues around London, so there’s no excuse not to get involved.
It all kicks off on September 8, but if you’re impatient you can attend an event with Rugby podcast The Good, The Bad, And The Rugby at Libertine, the bar beneath the Royal Exchange, for a slap meal. It’s hosted by James Haskell, Mike Tindall, and broadcaster Alex Payne, and you can find out more here!
18. Hone the Jedi way at this masterful Star Wars exhibit
Since April, Star Wars fans around London have been floating towards South Kensington like an army of Boba Fetts. It’s not because there’s a bounty ready to collect or anything — no, but there might be something that will leave you feeling equally rich. An exhibition, known as The Fans Strike Back sits on the Old Brompton Road, offering Jedi fanatics the chance to gawk at over 30 different sculptures and host of figurines from the beloved franchise, and even get some snaps with the replicas and memorabilia on display. Find out more about the exhibition and book your place here.
19. Attend the giant V&A Chanel exhibition
A landmark moment in the London fashion calendar comes in the form of the giant exhibit of controversial and momentous designer Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel. It will span through her career, from her Parisian roots and her first 1910 boutique, to her final collection in 1971. Of course, the exhibition will look at the establishment of the House of Chanel, and tell visitors the story of her designs such as the legendary tweed suit. Read more about the V&A Chanel exhibition here.
20. Have a day out that’s dedicated to wine
A day cherry-picked straight from fermented grape heaven. Wineyard arrives in Clapton on September 10 for a single day – a day covered in chardonnay, soaked in sauvignon, and (probably) not designed for a quiet Sunday. It runs between 12 – 7pm at the Round Chapel, and you’ll even get a complimentary glass to take with you. Find out more here.
21. Bask in the glow of Crystal Palace Park at this lovely free festival
You’d be forgiven for thinking that a festival in a picturesque south London park, complete with an outrageous roster of food, activities and performers, would command a fee to attend. But nay! This day out in Crystal Palace Park will set you back nothing but your time, and it’ll waste precisely zero seconds of that. Once you’re peckish after a yoga session or funfair rides, you can munch down on tasty Caribbean dishes from Mumma G’s Cookhouse or bites from Sticks’n’Sushi, before checking out live music from the likes of Saiming, Some Voices, BollyQueer, Sherkia Sherand and the Crystal Palace Band. You can even grab a glass of chilled champagne for a toast to the close of summer. It takes place between 10am and 7pm on September 17, and you can find out more here.
22. Attend the reopening of a lively London bar with added retractable rooftop
Any keen frequenters of The Hawk’s Nest will have noticed that things have been a little different around there recently. A visit of late still gets you a helping of great cocktails and grub, but it’s a little bit of a building site as things stand. Now, the glow-up is almost complete, and Hawk’s Nest version 2.0 is ready to be unveiled on September 7, with its retractable roof in tow. 300 people can fit into the newly revamped garden space, which is said to be the largest of its kind in the UK. You’ll still find the quiz nights, the pizzas and the top vibes that made The Hawk’s Nest a west London mainstay, just with added swankiness. Find out more about the Hawk’s Nest here.
23. Attend a day filled with gin and rum
Yes, a festival dedicated entirely to Gin and Rum is hitting the capital, meaning you no longer have to debate which one is better… you can just have both. On September 23, you’ll be guided around the KIA Oval to try out over 120 different national and international liquors as you bounce along to the DJs playing throughout the event. When you get tired and tipsy, you can head home with your complimentary cup with carry satchel, and a refreshed palette for the best gin and rum you’ll find around these parts. Find out more and book here.
24. Have a stroll around the London Design Festival’s pieces at Greenwich Peninsula
Public art reigns supreme at Greenwich Peninsula, with the London Design Festival running for two weeks in the second half of this month. Expect to see colours, lights and crowds of people in awe at what’s on offer this year. A 3D site-specific light sculpture from Murugiah and a sea of Damien Hirst statue are among what can be found, and you can sift through the London Design Fest between September 16 – 24. Find out more here.
25. Head out on a literary walking tour around London
‘Twas [probably] a drizzly day in the London summer when these London factfinders decided to lay out the perfect stop-offs for book lovers around the city. If, definitely not like me, you will be throwing your toys out of the pram about the end of the summer (or lack of) this year by hiding away with a book, then you might need to force yourself out of the house. Enter the Secret London literary walking tour, with destinations including The Old Curiosity Shop, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, and obviously Platform 9 3/4. Check out our handy map and guide here.
26. Say cheers to the inaugural Camden Beer Festival
‘Twas a beautiful Friday in September and the gang decided to get together and drink some beer. And where better to begin the night than at a debut Camden festival by the good folks at the Farrier pub, a true Camden market staple. It’s the first of what promises to be an annual series of beer festivals that showcases the hoppiest, fizziest, most ale-crazy local breweries around. Sip on pints out of the unique Camden Beer Festival beer glass (which you’ll receive, alongside three beer tokens on entry) before lapping up the unique beer cocktails (yes) created by the bar team. Promise we won’t start the next section with ‘Twas, now. Read more about the event and featured breweries here.
27. Join the first-ever Pride swim
After the jubilance of the Pride parade in July, the fun is not over. The first Pride swim is taking place in the city over at the Royal London Docks, and participants can choose distances of 200m, 400m, 600m, 800m and 1,000m in the event where everyone will receive a medal. It’s part of the Out And Wild festival which helps to enhance the wellbeing of the LGBTQ+ community. Following the swim, a party will take place with DJs, unmatched vibes, and a goody bag for all. The first-ever Pride swim takes place on September 30, and you can find out more about it here.
28. Lose yourself in one of London’s many art exhibitions
London wouldn’t be the city we know without its ever-evolving stream of art that rolls in and out of the city at the most consistent of pace. Here are some of the very finest displays you can check out throughout the month of September.
Exhibitions opening in September
❤️ Up Close And Personal (September 8-30): Hericot Gallery – a multi-format show featuring the work of eight artists who hope to remind us of the beauty of life’s intricacies through their pieces.
🧡 Noises In The Florid Sky (September 7 – October 20): Pictorium Gallery – a solo exhibit from Lydia Hamblet, with 18 new paintings from the British artist that showcases ‘vibrant symphony of colour’.
💛 Kellogg’s Reductive Art Exhibition (September 8-9): OXO Gallery – a free exhibition featuring pieces created only using salt and/or sugar.
💚 Clocking Off: Rafał Zajko (September 16 – November 26): Queercircle – the Polish artist brings an exhibition that ‘aims to articulate common anxieties around the precarity of workers’ rights and the unfolding environmental catastrophe’.
Exhibitions closing in September
💙 Between Place & Time (closes September 1t7): BWG Gallery – Joe Grieve’s exhibition of 73 paintings promises to take visitors on a multi-sensory journey of natural realities.
💜 The Nation’s Family Album (closes September 7): National Portrait Gallery – a free exhibit celebrating the diversity of family stories in Britain.
Check out our handy guide to London’s best art exhibitions here.
29. Attend a pop-up showcasing South Asia’s top sustainable artisan fashion brands
Kaanjj are launching a mid-September pop-up to coincide with South Asian Heritage Month, bringing unique labels and designs that you’d likely not find elsewhere. Head to the King’s Road on September 15-17 to sift through 25 sustainable brands that are difficult to source outside of South Asia. Look out for items including jewellery from Anetina and natural pearls from Jaipur-based Energy Studios. Find out more here.
30. Dine at this swanky, newly relaunched Mayfair restaurant
Look at that bar and view. Inviting colours and an inviting proposition of Executive Chef Andrea Cofini heading things up at the relaunched L’Atelier Robuchon, which returns to Mayfair on September 15. The menu celebrates classics of the Robuchon restaurant group, including the famous Purée de Pomme de Terre, Sea Bream Carpaccio, and Quail with Foie Gras. Find out more here.
31. Gaze at a mixed-reality butterfly trail
We’ve had our fair share of dazzling displays at Outernet, but this one that’s flying right at us on September 20 is too pretty to ignore. A butterfly trail will make up this mixed reality segment in Tottenham Court Road, allowing visitors to flutter in at no cost and take in the botanical canvas on the 16k wrap-around screens. Find out more here.
32. Be captivated by one of the many theatre performances this month
Soak in the finest offerings the West End has to offer this month. From musicals to laugh-out-loud comedy plays, you’ll always be spoiled for choice when it comes to a trip to the theatre in the Big Smoke.
🎵 In Other Words (September 5-30): Arcola Theatre – a thought-provoking play exploring the transformative nature of music when caring for those living with dementia. The show has toured the UK and won awards, and is now landing in Dalston.
🕺 Frank & Percy (September 8 – December 3): The Other Palace Theatre – Ian McKellen and Roger Allam star in this comedy hit about two men and their canine pals.
🎤 Sister Act The Musical (from September 8): The Cliff’s Pavillion – a giant 12-month extension for one of the best-known musicals you’ll come across.
🎭 Les Misérables (from September 25): Sondheim Theatre – you know the drill: this time in a new production and exciting new cast including Luke Kempner, Katie Hall, Will Callan and more.
💃 La Cage aux Folles (ends September 23): Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre – the 1983 Broadway hit delivers a shine to London this month.
33. Indulge in a Hoxton weekly wine club
We’ve already professed our love for Eline, the cosy neighbourhood restaurant in Hoxton, so it’s only logical that we champion their brand new Tuesday wine club. Guests can attend and try two glasses of a weekly selected win for £15 alongside Eline’s seasonal menu. On the agenda next time around (September 5), is a Nebbelio Feast that celebrates the red wine from the Piedmont region of Italy. Check out their site and book yourself into the Tuesday Wine Club here.
London is awash with tales of trials, hunts and executions in its gritty past. Many of us are curious about this side of the city’s history, only when reading about it we’ll find that most tales only hone in on the male criminals. This tour delves into the stories of four women who were convicted felons in the 1800s and early 1900s. You might not have heard of them, but there are interesting stories to hear at the experience. Find out more and book your spot here.
35. Attend a reimagining of a fair that dates back to the 12th century
Summer is on the wane, but Londoners will get the chance to have a nosy at both the largest fair in the city as well as one that reimagines a fair that dates all the way back to the 12th century. The Bartholemew Fair melds together live performances, entertainment including vertical dancing, and even an immersive circus experience. Running until September 16, you’ll find a completely gratis schedule to sift through, and will be just the tonic for curing those end-of-summer blues. View the full agenda for the free Bartholemew Fair here.
36. Ring in Mexican Independence Day with a feast of live music and flavour
Los Mochis in Notting Hill are giving us the chance to celebrate Dia de la Independencia de Mexico on September 16. Tap your feet and shake your hips to the live Mariachi band while nibbling on the truffle guacamole on crispy rice, before heading over to the sister bar Vijante87 for some cocktails and after-party shuffling. Find out more about Los Mochis on their website.
37. Catch a (very) cheap flick for National Cinema Day
September 2 marks the day of cinema across the country, and if you haven’t seen Barbie or Oppenheimer just yet… why? But also, now is your chance, with tickets dangling in front of your eyes for just £3. There’s really no excuse now. Read more about the offers here.
38. Pretend you’re in Ibiza at this live orchestra event
Used up all your annual leave to escape the rain in July that we endured in London this summer? Smart decision, but it may be leaving you pining for a trip to the Mediterranean right about… now. If you’re unable to attend Ibiza for a party this month, then there’s a tonic just for you here in London, with a live orchestra bringing the dancing formula at The Folly by Drake and Morgan. Tickets come alongside two courses of food, with the event running between 12pm – 6pm. They may not be the standard Ibiza nightclub hours, but a party is guaranteed all the same. Find out more here.
39. Keep exploring this jaw-dropping city
Of course, there’s always more to do in this city in the space of 30 days, so here are some more fine things we’ve been shouting about this month.Have A Sleepover On The Famous Ship That Sir Francis Drake Sailed Around The World In The Gory East London Store That Sells Everything A Monster Might Need You Can Now Eat 3D Printed Ice Cream In The Shape Of London Landmarks This Shoreditch Convenience Store Has A Hidden Indian Takeaway In The Back The Originator Of Cheese Tea Has Opened Its First UK Store In Soho The Covent Garden Wine Bar Inside Charles Dickens’ Former Publishing House This New Two Floor Rodizio Serves Up Seemingly Endless Meat Carved Right At Your Table Watch Le Petite Chef ‘Cook’ You A Five Course Meal In This Immersive Dining Experience
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