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Dimeji Akinkuolie

Dimeji Akinkuolie

Digital editor, Boutique London

The complete visitors guide to Farringdon

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Fun, fashionable and bustling with activity, Farringdon is one of few places where the lawyers and barristers of Holborn can be found rubbing shoulders with the creatives of Clerkenwell. Sadly, as vibrant as this district is, in the run-up to the holiday season it is often left overlooked by foreign and domestic tourists in favour of its well-trodden neighbours like Covent Garden and Soho.

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Tibits vegan buffet in Bankside

A beginner’s guide to vegan London

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The past few years have seen the vegan bandwagon blossom from a niche corner of the marketplace to a full-blown global phenomenon. Of course, with its throngs of overseas adopters it can be easy to forget that the movement actually had its beginnings right here in the UK.

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View from South Bank towards River Thames and Big Ben

Why It’s All About Bankside

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Bookended by the foodie haven of Borough Market on one side and the Southbank’s lively cultural quarter on the other, Bankside enjoys an understandably popular spot south of the River Thames.

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Ville Kumpulainen's presentation at Photo London 2019

Our Thoughts: Photo London 2019

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Over the past few years, Somerset House has established itself as a beacon for contemporary arts and culture aficionados in London’s Midtown and beyond – a fact that was plain to see last weekend, as crowds flocked to the neoclassical building for the eagerly anticipated return of Photo London.

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The four best winter markets in London

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The holiday season is when our city is at its most magical. Wide-eyed sightseers and busy seasonal shoppers alike can be found passing by each other on the twinkling streets.

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Our Thoughts – 1-54 London Contemporary African Art Fair

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More than 130 artists hand-picked from Africa’s vibrant arts scene, 43 of the world’s leading international galleries, and 18,000 wide-eyed visitors. Over five days, they were all brought together under one roof for 1-54 London’s Contemporary African Art Fair – a well-deserved homage to one of the world’s cultural capitals that marked the company’s sixth edition at Somerset House.

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