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CAPITAL GAINS
Your guide to staying in

REDNECK AND
READY

Rustle up some popcorn and watch an unrecognisable Glenn Close and Amy Adams in Hillbilly Elegy, based on the seminal book that explores the redneck frame of mind that got Donald Trump elected.
Available now on Netflix

dreamy theatre

In the words of Lethal Bizzle, stay Dench and tune in to Lockdown Theatre’s For One Knight Only this Sunday, when Dame Judi and plenty more legendary actors will be having an unmissable chit chat in aid of charity.
Tickets £45

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to the bar

Relive cosy nights at Tony Conigliaro’s Bar Termini with its new tipple service, Untitled. The Soho institution will deliver treats such as its infamous Negronis and moreish bar snacks across London.

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auction for action

Take a peek at Future Dreams’ debut digital art exhibition, where you can scoop up glorious works by Rankin, Chantal Joffe and David Yarrow in aid of the battle against breast cancer.

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deli good

Snaffle a tasty selection of light and hearty treats from the new Barbary
Next Door delicatessen, which will bring favourites from Neal’s Yard granola to Ethiopian berbere fish curry and tahini slices
to your door.

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everybody dance now

Party people, listen up. Dave Swindells’ new book, Ibiza ’89, is all the nostalgic, photographic, euphoric escapism you need during lockdown 2.0.

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party in the uk

Good ol’ Miley has dropped Plastic Hearts, her seventh rockin’ album that has taken an extra two years to complete following a house fire that destroyed her original material.

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