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Last Of The Summer Art
I’m praying that the weather defies the reports and stays nice until Thursday at least since there really is nothing better than sitting on the pavement outside the Victory on a warm First Thursday.  This month, make sure you catch Jennifer Talbot (paint-splattered simple sculptures with interesting shapes and texture) at the Vyner Street Gallery and Bettina Samson (glass pictures, sculptural works and video) at Nettie Horn.
Thursday 6-9pm, Vyner Street, E2
The Tempest
If you can’t get tickets to see Ralph Fiennes in The Tempest at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, head to St Giles’ to see the Jericho House/Barbican version.  Staged in a church, the production uses music that may have accompanied the original performances in Shakespeare’s time.  This Tuesday there will also be a post-show talk with Jonathan Holmes and selected members of the company.
Tuesday 7.45pm, St Giles, Barbican, EC2Y
Wilton Way Cafe
Nestled in the calm streets that lie round the bustling London Fields lies the Wilton Way Cafe. A quirky little place that prides itself on it's great coffee from local roasters Climpson & Sons, it's intimate friendly local atmosphere and is renowned for being home to London Fields Radio. You can listen to radio shows being recorded live, whilst chewing sipping on coffee and eating some great hearty, healthy food.
Wilton Way Cafe, 63 Wilton Way, E8
The Hemmingway
Local popular East London boozer The Hemmingway is a little out of the ordinary, located on the side of the Victoria Park this pub is all about style. Everything from the deep Chesterfields to the great food, and then service to the Hendricks Gin served with a piece of cucumber on ice...this place is the ultimate way to spend a Sunday with a lovely lunch and the papers or a perfect evening of fun with friends.
The Hemmingway, 84 Victoria Park Road, E9

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