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What to do in London

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DALSTON GUMPTION
Listen up, food fiends: the team behind Lyon’s have opened a warehouse-style brasserie. Hurry to Hackney Coterie for the salmon tartare with jasmine pickled cucumber and the kombucha glazed pumpkin. 230B Dalston Lane, E8

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MUSIC TO OUR EARS
For brilliant beats and sensational eats book in to Fat Tony’s new Full Fat Brunch at The Anthologist, where the legendary DJ will be spinning up a storm. Tickets £41. 18 Sep to 18 Dec. 58 Gresham Street, EC2

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VIRGIL & VINYL
Dust off your finery and hop on the Victoria line because Virgil Abloh (artistic director of Louis Vuitton men’s and founder of Off-White, duh) is kicking off LFW festivities with a DJ set at Electric Brixton. Tickets £25. 17 Sep

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ACADEMY CLASS
Our dog days may be dwindling, but the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition is only just beginning. Curated by Yinka Shonibare, this year’s spellbinding selection is designed to ‘reclaim magic’ — and that it does. Tickets £20. Opens 22 Sep

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SNAP DECISION
Pick up a copy of Gillian Laub’s latest book, Family Matters, for a look into the life and politics of the influential portrait photographer’s own family over the past
20 years. £40

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LICENCE TO THRILL
Buckle up for an anxiety-inducing screening of Rose Plays Julie, a beautifully haunting new thriller about one young woman’s quest to find and connect with her birth parents. In cinemas now

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SAY WAD
Head to Andi Oliver’s heavenly new Caribbean concept Wadadli, where you’ll find a concise menu of hearty communal dishes upstairs and more casual, takeaway-style bites in the lively bar below. Unit 1, Hamlet Estate, Whitepost Lane, E9