Unfortunately, I cannot be everywhere at once. Therefore, I have in all my towns a deputy who brings out Ron Orp' mail. Since the end of last year I have been searching for a new deputy for London, who wants to take over a licence to continue Ron Orp''s mail … As yet unsuccessfully. Therefore, the London issue will pause at the end of February, until I have found somebody new. Interested? Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a small walk out of the bustle of Hoxton to this cozy and newly refurbished pub, ’The Sebright Arms’. Their ‘Working Mens Club’ (which welcomes women also!) is a lovely way to spend a wintery Sunday with music, comedy, raffles and bingo. Let the entertainment sooth your hangover. £5 Sunday 3-6pm, Sebright Arms, Hoxton, E2
Ladyhawke is back with a new album full of pop gems. Not only is the album available to buy next Monday 20th Feb, but you can see Pip Brown herself perform live as part of one of the Rough Trade in store sessions. Get down and pick up the record early and grab a wristband for the exclusive gig as well! Tickets are the cost of an album Monday 7pm, Rough Trade East, Brick Lane, E1
Enjoy some synth action this weekend in one of Dalston’s newer venues, The Nest. Alongside some live slots from Ronika and The other Tribe, Forgive me Lord for I have Synth will be taking over underground space on the Kingsland Highroad as part of ‘Lemonade’ and it promises to be a good night. Free before 10.30pm £5 afterwards Saturday 9pm – 4am, The Nest, Dalston, N16
Show your support for anti knife crime by coming along to this extremely exciting and interactive event at Concrete, below Pizza East. Le Scratch, illustrators and innovative new charity Art Against Knives present an evening with music, live art installations, pop up stores and djs. £5 via email@example.com / £7 on the door Friday 9pm - 2am, Pizza East, Shoreditch, E1
The Vortex Jazz Club has long been respected by Jazz enthusiasts as a great venue and for a taste of great jazz you’d do well to go along to the ‘New Vortex Sessions’ which will be a great night for experts and newcomers alike. The London Jazz Orchestra reviewed highly in the press are playing from 4pm this Sunday 19 February 2012. £8 Sunday 4pm, The Vortex Jazz Club, Dalston, N16
The travelling art installation Limelight: Saturday Night by the artist pair Sans Façon is quickly explained: Go into a city, find two street lamps which stand close together. Then exchange the light bulbs with theatre spots and the side walk becomes your stage. The idea behind it? To encourage people to make use of public spac.
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