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Shhh, pretty please...it's the Silent Cinema

Shhh, pretty please…it’s the Silent Cinema

We said shhhh (politely)…please be quiet, we're trying to watch a film. If you, too, are tired of the not-so-gentle whispers at the cinema or the oft-vulgar sound of popcorn chomping while you're trying to focus on the screen (or maybe you're the culprit - tsk tsk), fret no longer: Silent Cinema is the place for you.
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All Aboard! Return to the Golden Age of Ocean Travel

All Aboard! Return to the Golden Age of Ocean Travel

All aboard the SS Atlantica! Leaving its dock on the Thames on Saturday 11th September, SS Atlantica will revive the elegance and splendour of the 1930s Ocean Liner.
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The Cineroleum: An urban street side picture palace

The Cineroleum: An urban street side picture palace

Chin chin, a new bijou movie house is on the scene that's perfect for date night. Enter The Cineroleum: a street side cinema reviving the tradition of 1950s suburban cinema-going glory.
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Experimental Food Society Spectacular

Experimental Food Society Spectacular

Jellymongers, bread artists, food performers and chocolate sculptors - oh my! This is a food spectacular designed to delight culinary enthusiasts and adventurers. The Experimental Food Society Spectacular, held on Saturday 25th September 2010 at The Brickhouse is an annual exhibition and a must-see for any food lover.
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Victoria & Albert Friday Late: Retro Hollywood Glamour

Victoria & Albert Friday Late: Retro Hollywood Glamour

Any excuse to celebrate 1950s Hollywood glamour sounds divine. The Victoria & Albert Museum are travelling back in time dedicating an evening to the reign of Grace Kelly, Marilyn Monroe and Marlon Brando (swooon).
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The Great British Restoration Society - Weekend Garden Party

The Great British Restoration Society - Weekend Garden Party

Oh, we do adore a lovely garden party. Here's one with a twist in London's modish east end. Many of the notorious delights of British festivals, but sans the queues and outdoor comfort stations. Sounds much more civilised!
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