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CAPITAL GAINS
What to do in London

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RUM DINGER
Danzón along to Bar La Rampa, a new 1950s-style Cuban bar and restaurant serving small plates by Ana Gonçalves and Zijun Meng of TĀTĀ Eatery, inspired rum cocktails and zesty live music. 8 Market Place, W1

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DAMN GOOD DECIBELS
For an empowering, bad-ass track list of beats, press play on former ES cover star Little Simz’s poetic new album, Sometimes I Might Be Introvert. Out now

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SUNSHINE PLATES
Sail south for Mediterranean marvelousness at Bellefields in Brixton, where the linguine vongole and light, effervescent spritzes are just the thing to stretch summer that little bit further. 9 Stockwell Avenue, SW9

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Remain TO BE SEEN
Drink in the otherworldly glory of Angela Heisch’s first UK solo exhibition, Burgeon and Remain, at the Pippy Houldsworth gallery. Free. 3 Sep to 2 Oct. 6 Heddon Street, W1B

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Snails of SOHO
Skip down to The Soho Society’s Village Fete for a delightfully bonkers afternoon of snail racing, live entertainment and to witness a human fruit machine, spaghetti eating competition and the infamous waiters’ race. 5 Sep. St Anne’s Church, 55 Dean Street

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HOT STUFF
In the mood for a braai? Make a beeline for the new Kudu Grill in Peckham for a tasty, smoky and oh-so-succulent South African barbecue like no other.
57 Nunhead Lane, SE15

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THE NEW NORMAL
If you loved Sally Rooney’s first two novels — and who didn’t? — you’ll fly through Beautiful World, Where Are You, her three-years-in-the-making latest about love, sex and growing older. Out 7 Sep. £13.99