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What to do in London

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Teddy Steady GO
Featuring Jason Sudeikis as a Gareth Southgate-y, American manager of Premier League team AFC Richmond, Ted
Lasso is the funniest, most heartwarming show on Apple TV+, so thank heaven it’s back for a second season. Out 23 Jul

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DRINK IT IN
Get your sip on with the help of the capital’s finest bars at Cocktails In The City which this year takes place in the quite simply gorgeous surroundings of Bedford Square Gardens, with some Piano Works artists providing tunes to boot.
Tickets £20. 23-24 Jul

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ALONE TIME
Dave’s bleak-but-beautiful 2019 debut, Psychodrama, was a genuine masterpiece that deserved all of the many awards it won. Finally the follow up, We’re All Alone In This Together, is here and we couldn’t be more excited: especially after he dropped Stormzy-featuring teaser tune ‘Clash’. Out 23 Jul

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ON THE SEVENTH DAY...
Straight outta Williamsburg comes Sunday In Brooklyn, where epic brunches and playful cocktails are the order of the day — any day, not just Sundays. Our NY cousins tell us the pancakes with hazelnut maple praline and brown butter are the must-gobble. 98 Westbourne Grove, W2

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Clash SMASH
Album covers don’t come any more iconic than The Clash’s London Calling, on which Paul Simonon is captured by the legendary Pennie Smith smashing the living hell out of his bass guitar: what’s left of which you can now see in the flesh at the Museum Of London.
Free

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FORTRESS FEELS
Have your breath taken away at the National Gallery by Bernardo Bellotto’s five stunning panoramas of the Saxon fortress of Königstein — created in 1756 and brought together for the first time in 250 years. Free

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SILVER MAGIC
Having first opened in October, The Silver Birch managed two weeks as a beacon of fine Chiswick dining before being shut down. Then the same thing happened again in December. Now it’s (hopefully) here for good and, trust us, this is excellent news. 142 Chiswick High Road, W4