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Tomorrow looks set to be a September scorcher of a day so this article should hopefully provide you with some welcome inspiration for your weekend plans.
Those devilishly good supper club professionals, Dead Dolls Club, have ventured out of the kitchen and into the marketplace, starting a new weekend market located in London Fields.
If you remember our London Grilling with the Dead Dolls Club crew back in July (and our evening at The Stew House before that), you’ll imagine our delight when they got in touch this week about a new project. With great food, arts, crafts and fashion, it promises to be a hearty extravaganza celebrating all that’s great about East London. So, if you’re at a loose end this Sunday, get on down – these guys never disappoint.
Next up is a cracking September to-do list, courtesy of She Loves London. We won’t rabbit on about this one too much but we will say there’s plenty of great stuff to do this month; The Prince Charles Cinema, The London Picnic Club…pencil something into your September diaries folks.
This insightful article looks at the role of London’s churches as increasingly popular places to inhabit. Many of these iconic buildings were destroyed during World War Two, some demolished from the eighteenth century onwards, but many a church tower has been preserved and subsequently converted to create these rather stylish and alternative living spaces.
So, next time you find yourself gawking up at an impressive spire, just think: someone could be living between its walls!
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