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Check out cafe Oto!

We’ve ventured out a little and in today’s post we want to introduce you to one of our new favourite hangouts, Café Oto. Tucked away down a side street in bustling Dalston, this café slash music lounge is a super chilled place for when you fancy something a little different.  Read on to find out all Café Oto has to offer…

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Café Oto
18-22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, E8 3DL
Nearest Overground: Dalston Kingsland or Dalston Junction
Bus stops nearby: 30, 38, N38, 67, 76, 149, N149, 56, 277 & …

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As much as we love winter in London, there’s no denying that the combination of cold windy days and dry indoor heat can really takes its toll on your hair! Luckily, popular London hair group, Blue Tit, have just opened a shiny new salon in the heart of East Village, so there’s never been a better time to book yourself in to keep those tresses in check.

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Serving some of London’s most up and coming areas, Blue Tit have already conquered Peckham, Dalston, …

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Sorry guys, it’s time to put your flip flops away – the weather forecast for this weekend doesn’t look great. Turn that frown upside down though, as there’s still loads of great stuff to do in London! Here are our top picks:

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Screentest Festival 2014, London South Bank University, Borough Road, SE1 (Friday, March 21 – Sunday, March 23)

This weekend the UK’s largest student film festival, ‘Screentest,’ kicks off at London South Bank University. The Read more …

After a decade-long whirlwind of change, east London now has the well-deserved reputation as the UK’s own Silicon Valley. The number of technology companies and start-ups that can be found is exciting – and this weekend many of them are attending world-famous South by Southwest in Texas. We’ve grilled Duncan Ray, the Shoreditch Town Centre Manager who’s leading this journey to the New World, to get the lowdown. 

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It’s Friday, it’s the end of the most depressing month, and most importantly – it’s pay day! So, we suggest it’s time to celebrate. Turn that frown upside down, get outside and explore London town. And luckily for you, we’ve done the legwork for you and found our selection of the best events happening in this great city. 

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  • Art14 London, Olympia Grand, Manchester Square (Friday, 28 February – Sunday, 2 March)

After last …

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