Quite a busy week ahead in London, main things to watch out for are We Are S.M.E’s party this Friday at East Village and of course Vogue’s FNO on Thursday. Also it’s your last chance to catch the Fifty Years of 007 exhibition at the Barbican. All the info after the break.
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Art in Mind is an ongoing group exhibition organised by The Brick Lane Gallery, offering emerging artists a platform to showcase their work to a fresh and growing London audience.
Spirit Of Soul | Open Mic @ Troy Bar
Fancy some souful sounds and jazzy beats, head down to Troy Bar just off Hoxton for open Mic night. They also serve jerk chicken…
Fifty Years of Bond Style @ Barbican
Final showing, last chance!
It’s going to be mad busy in London this week with the Olympics kicking off, but in case you sick of it, here is a round up on stuff to do. Angie stone is in London tonight at indigo2 of which tickets are still available and also Barbican’s ‘Fifty Years of Bond Style’ is still going strong if you fancy some insight into the franchise’s design structure.
Vogue’s Fashion Night Out London
It’s one big fashion party where you can grabs a few bargains, drink sensibly and see some new collections. More info on the FNO website
We Are S.M.E x Pardon My Blog Party
Our mates over at We Are S.M.E team up with Pardon My Blog for this month’s party at East Village. If you’ve been to one of their nights before, you’ll know it’s you’re not supposed to miss it
A theatre production about a lawyer, desperate to find the son he drove away years before, engages the services of a mysterious magician, who conjures up magical visions of the romantic, adventurous and perilous life the lawyer’s son has been living before finally revealing the ultimate truth.
Another London @ Tate Britain
Until 16th September 2012
Whilst the eyes of the world are on London this summer, Tate Britain explores the capital city through the eyes of some of the biggest names in international photography. In the years between 1930 and 1980, some of the best-known photographers from around the world came to London to make work about the city and its communities. Bringing together 180 classic twentieth-century photographs,Another London highlights the vibrancy of the city as a dynamic metropolis, richly diverse and full of contrast.