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Hustle and Russell

Actor, podcaster, heart-throb… is there anything Russell Tovey can’t do? Apparently not, because his new book with Robert Diament, Talk Art: Everything You Wanted To Know About Contemporary Art But Were Afraid To Ask, is brilliant, too.
Out now. £20

Arriba Arriba

Tickle your taste buds at Los Mochis, where a mix of Mexican flavours and Japanese techniques combine to create clever new dishes such as miso black cod tacos and truffle salmon sashimi tostadas.
2-4 Farmer Street, Notting Hill, W8

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ARTS AND MINDS

Lose yourself in Michael Armitage’s concise exhibition of large-scale, dreamlike paintings at the Royal Academy, all designed to start conversations around cultural assumptions, politics, history and sexuality. Tickets £15.
22 May to 19 Sep

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IS IT BRIE YOU’RE LOOKING FOR?

All aboard The Cheese Barge, a swimmingly good new restaurant serving everything from bountiful British boards to Stilton-stuffed prunes and moreish Westcombe fried curried cheese curds. Sheldon Square, Paddington Basin, W2

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Sneak peek

Jog over to Sneakers Unboxed at the Design Museum, a celebration of all the techy trainers that have changed the face of footwear. Tickets £12.
Until 24 Oct. 224-238 Kensington High Street, W8

STICK
WITH IT

Set yourself high egg-spectations for Humble Chicken because you won’t be disappointed. A soon-to-be Soho institution by former Restaurant Story head chef Angelo Sato, this clucking good new bolthole specialises in tender skewers of chicken yakitori. 54 Frith Street, W1

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WRITE MOVE

Snap up a ticket for My New York Year, a soul-stirring flick starring Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’s Margaret Qualley as an optimistic, aspiring writer and Sigourney Weaver as the fearsome bigwig at JD Salinger’s literary agency. Out now at cinemas across London