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roll up, roll up

Six By Nico is back with The Circus, a six-course tasting menu where all is not what it seems but every morsel is thoroughly delicious. At only £37 per head, we’d book PDQ if we were you.
From 17 May. 41 Charlotte Street, W1

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Ring my BELL

Celebrate a touch more freedom in the utmost style at Bob Bob Ricard, home to a scintillating new menu of Russian-British fare (don’t bypass the truffle and champagne humble pie) and where bubbles are only a button press away.
Reopens 17 May. 1 Upper James Street, W1

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C’EST BIEN

Stroll around the first UK retrospective of French painter Jean Dubuffet’s work in more than 50 years, featuring his humanistic, gritty and often witty work in sculpture, butterfly assemblages and on canvas. Tickets £18. 17 May to 22 Aug

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POP-UP ’TIL
YOU DROP

Visit the Dior AW21
Men’s Collection pop-up
at Selfridges, which is dotted with exclusive pieces, games and a motion-tracking interactive experience to celebrate the brand’s collaboration with the multi-talented American painter Kenny Scharf.
Now open. 400 Oxford Street, W1

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OSCAR, OSCAR!

Run, don’t walk: cinemas are about to reopen their doors and we couldn’t agree more with the Academy judges when they say go see Frances McDormand’s Oscar-winning performance in this year’s Best Picture, Nomadland, pronto.
From 17 May. Screening at cinemas across the capital

Holy
CANNELLONI

Bag a table at Fitzrovia’s latest hotspot, Cin Cin, for authentic Italian plates of garlic and lardo di Colonnata flatbread and ravioli of truffled potato, all washed down with signature Negronis.
Opens 18 May. 21 Foley Street, W1

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SHANTAY, YOU STAY

On the hunt for deep, tear-inducing belly laughs? Score yourself tickets to Death Drop: A Dragatha Christie Murder Mystery at the Garrick Theatre, starring RuPaul’s Drag Race royalty Willam and Latrice Royale.
Tickets from £20. Opens 19 May

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