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What to do in London

on the table

Head to Islington Square, where fashion-forward, pioneering table tennis brand The Art Of Ping Pong is hosting tournaments and artist Mr Penfold will be painting a table for charity, Mind. 30-31 May. 116 Upper Street, N1

eastern promise

Whether you fancy a snack or an all-out feast, hurry along to Huŏ, a Chinese and South East Asian restaurant by the brains behind Notting Hill’s Uli. Don’t leave without devouring the soft-shell crab. 9 Park Walk, SW10

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let's get digital

Visit the Royal Academy for a peek at David Hockney: The Arrival Of Spring, an exhibition showcasing 116 works that the legendary artist created on his iPad during lockdown last year. Tickets £19. Until 26 Sep

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turn it up

Ready to rock? Download Black Midi’s highly anticipated new album, Cavalcade, for a serious boost of endorphins. Available now via Apple Music, Spotify and Bandcamp

GREEK IS
THE WORD

Who needs a holiday when you can jet off to INO, Soho’s delectable new Greek grill where the secreto’ souvlaki with Iberico pork and catch of the day carpaccio and sardine sashimi is simply divine.
4 Newburgh Street, Soho, W1F

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SPOT ON

Find out what turned the dastardly Ms De Vil barking
mad with a screening of Cruella, featuring the frightfully good Emma Stone, Emma Thompson and Mark Strong. (Oh, and don’t miss The Lanesborough’s fiendishly fabulous Cruella-
inspired afternoon tea, where the Anarchy Reigns millionaire shortbread is to die for.) ‘Cruella’ is out now at cinemas across London

electric avenue

Get your groove on at The Street by Night Tales, a swish, new, all-day street-party concept bar based in Hackney serving cocktails, brilliant beats and street food by Only Jerkin’ and Patty & Bun. Book now. 14 Bohemia Pl, E8