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brand new and MUCH improved
~ by This Little Lady on September 3, 2009.
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Doin' It @ Taman Gang
Within the luxurious walls of Taman Gang restaurant and club, Wednesday nights will see a night like no other the West has seen. It will be a cracking night with some of London’s hottest DJ’s and guests – think Hoxton Square brought to the aspiring streets of Mayfair. With tickets from £6-£8, you can still have a good night with enough cash for the tube fair home. It’s all about wearing stylish clothes, having the right attitude and getting down to some fresh beats. Email for Guestlist.
Sleazy Sundays @ Boujis
The delicious Sam Young and a host of Guest DJ's take over Londons hottest club ever Sunday night with an eclectic mix of tunes. A regular haunt for Young Royals, Celebrities, and a fabulously sexy crowd. Who needs to go to work on Mondays anyway?! Door policy can be harsh so please ensure you have two things; Guestlist & Glamour!
Wednesday 2nd September
White Rabbit @ Whisky Mist
The weekend ended way too soon for some of us, so its time for some mid-week abandon at Mayfair’s hottest club, Whisky Mist. DJ Remy will play some top tunes to take you out of Mayfair and onto the sunny beaches of Ibiza. White Rabbit will happily get your first drink at their infamous drink reception between 10.30 pm – 11pm. To get on the list RSVP with full names to secure free entry until 11pm (after which there will be a £15 cover charge).
Thursday 3rd - 6th September
Secret Sample Sale @ The Boiler House, Truman Brewery
A must for all you accessory lovers, with labels such as Marc Jacobs, D&G, Chloe & YSL, plus many more. All at up to 80% off the RRP, plus women and men´s clothing with up to 80% off. Get involved!
Friday September 4th
HUmble Pie Day @ Square Pie
Square Pie has created a one-off Australian Humble Pie made from genuine kangaroo and Aussie Shiraz to help cheer their devastated cricket supporters. It will be on sale for one day only this Friday in Square Pie shops across London....and any Australians who go into a Square Pie shop on Friday and say “Can I have some sporting Humble Pie” will get a portion of Square Pie’s famous mashed potatoes absolutely free with their pie. Smashing!
Until September 5th
Londoners Through a Lens @ Getty Images Gallery
Photographs from 1900-1990 from the Getty Images Hulton Archive. This isn’t a showcase of tourist hotspots or a roll-call of famous Londoners or even a chronological survey of photography in the capital. Some well-known names crop up, both in front of and behind the camera: the Beatles, the Kray brothers, Thurston Hopkins, Terry Fincher and Terry O’Neill. And some famous events: the Battle of Cable Street in 1936, the poll tax riots in 1990. Some iconic structures and places appear too: the Daily Express building, Trellick Tower, Eros, Petticoat Lane Market. The result is a portrait of London, but an idiosyncratic and inevitably incomplete one, where celebration and protest, the individual and the crowd, the momentous and the mundane all have their place. If you love London - you need to see this. Best of all, its FREE!
Tuesday 8th September
Summer Soiree @ Independent Mind Body Soul
IMBS in Balham are inviting you to their Ritherdon Road urban spa to enjoy an evening of pampering, treats and special offers. There'll be nibbles & Pimms, smooth tunes from their DJ, stress-relieving rituals by therapists & great hair and beauty advice from our expert team. Also on offer; 10% off all AVEDA products and an indulgent 15% discount on appointments booked and paid for on the night, as well as an AVEDA gift bag full of treats. Be sure to RSVP so they can accommodate you! 5-9pm.
Tuesday 8th September
Street Party @ New Quebec Street, Portman Village
Independent retailers and restaurants on New Quebec Street in Portman Village, London W1 have joined forces to throw a party to celebrate the summer we never had on 8th September. Between 3pm and 8pm you can get free style advice on fashion, interior design, hair and beauty, photography, wine and food, as well as discounts in all shops and restaurants. Visitors will be invited to stay and socialise on the street for drinks under Rajasthani style canopies for that Indian Summer experience.
Sunday 13th September
Vintage Fashion Fair @ Battersea Art Centre
London's premier quality vintage fashion, accessories and textiles fair, with items from 1800-1980's. Prices rage from £5-£500. There will also be complimentary drinks at the “After Party” to celebrate Vintage Fashions 5th Birthday.
Tuesday 22nd September
Dynasty in the City @ Mint Leaf Lounge
Back to the 1980's for one night only! Style Icon and Gspot Cosmetics will be taking you back to the days of Dynasty- big shoulders, smokey-eyes and of course lots of style and glam! Mint Leaf Lounge are proud to be part of this event, offering 50% off their a la carte menu from 5.30pm . During the evening, there will be a fashion show based on key AW09 trends including 1980s looks. Then Gspot Cosmetics will provide glamorous makeovers, and Style Icon will provide top tips on how you can re-create a stylish 1980s look that's perfect for your body shape! Canapes and a complimentary dyna-cocktail created by Mint Leaf Lounge and Marisco Liqueur will flow throughout the evening until 10pm.
Wednesday 23rd September
Rous Iland Fashion Show @ Automat
Rous Iland, members’ boutique, will be hosting this season’s Fashion Show in association with Cancer Research UK and all proceeds made on the evening will go towards the charity. Doors will open at 6.30pm with the catwalk show kicking off at 7pm and will include a selection of Rous Iland’s key AW09 designers including cult labels Karen Walker, Mattijs van Bergen, Louise Amstrup & Ginger & Smart. Tickets for the event will be priced at £35 with all proceeds going towards Cancer Research UK. To reserve your seat please call 0845 003 8945 or email Scarlett.
From 24th September
Mutate Britain present One Foot in the Grove @ Notting Hill
The Mutate Britain collective follow up the success of last year’s Behind the Shutters exhibition with a new show in a striking 9,000 square ft location in West London next to Portobello Market; entitled ‘One Foot in the Grove’. The show, which opens on Sept 24th, will include many of their infamous pieces such as ‘Larry’ the robot dog, Giles Walker’s poledancing robots, Joe Rush’s vehicle sculptures and sawn off aircraft wings plus also some newer works such as a giant jukebox. Another key installation will be the huge human pinball machine which made an appearance at the Mutoid Waste’s ‘Trash City’ field at Glastonbury 2009. The pinball machine has a built-in dance floor big enough for 400 people and ‘Trash City’ boasted secret shows from Fatboy Slim, Freq Nasty and Ross Allen – amongst others. ‘One Foot in the Grove’ will also be home to London’s largest open-air smoking bar as well as DJs and live art installations. The space will be open from Thursday to Sundays and run for approximately six weeks from the launch date. Keep your eye on this for more details.
Until October 3rd
A Streetcar Named Desire @ The Donmar Warehouse
Rachel Weisz stars in this stunning West End production of Tennessee Williams legendary play. Has received rave reviews and I cannot wait to see it - an absolute classic.
16th - 20th December
Art Liberating Lives @ Mall Galleries
Sue Ryder Care’s Art Liberating Lives is a nationwide annual art competition that celebrates the power of art as a form of therapy, expression and liberation. It offers artists, of all abilities, the chance to exhibit work at London’s prestigious Mall Galleries as well as raise vital funds for Sue Ryder Care. Artists are invited to submit work in all mediums created to the theme ‘liberation’ and selected artworks, chosen by a panel of judges will be shown in an exclusive December exhibition. The entry deadline for the competition is the 21st October and I'd urge anyone with a creative streak to take part!
Here is a map of some (not all!) of my favourite places in London. Will keep adding, but may take a while!
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