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CAPITAL GAINS
What to do in London

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LIGHTBULB MOMENT
Make a pilgrimage to Covent Garden’s historic market for a look at Chila Kumari Burman’s latest fantastical neon art menagerie, which will put a smile on your face in an instant. Until late Oct. The Market Building, WC2

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BOTTOMS UP!
If you’re a fan
of minimal-intervention wine and a beautifully relaxed atmosphere, head down to Aspen & Meursault in Battersea and explore the delectable selection of vintages. 96 Westbridge Road, SW11

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SURREAL DEAL
Swing by Benjamin Spiers’ new show at Saatchi Yates for a peek at the up-and-coming artist’s surreal, futuristic paintings that morph people and animals into outlandish portraits. Free. Until 1 Nov.
6 Cork Street, W1

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SEOUL FOOD
Zip along to the freshly opened Korean Dinner Party in Carnaby for the deliciously bewildering Yakult Royale (yes, that’s champagne and Yakult), corn dogs and bacon mochi. Top Floor. Kingly Court, W1

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FLEX APPEAL
Haven’t you heard? Gigs are back, people! Get your groove on at one (or all) of Bicep’s three live shows at the O2 Academy Brixton this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Tickets from £41. 9-11 Sep

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WHAT YOU WANT
For 145 minutes of uplifting, heart-wrenching musical bliss, take yourself to a screening
of Respect, The highly anticipated new Aretha Franklin biopic starring Jennifer Hudson as
the queen of soul.
In cinemas 10 Sep

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Scandi in the KITCHEN
Due to oodles of demand, Gabriel Waterhouse has found a permanent home for his pop-up, The Water House Project. Hurry along for the Nordic-inspired monthly tasting menu. 1 Corbridge Crescent, E2