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CAPITAL GAINS
What to do in London

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Fattal ATTRACTION
Waltz to Whitechapel Gallery for a gander at esteemed sculpture, collage and watercolour artist Simone Fattal’s new show, Finding A Way, where she imagines the gallery as a giant kiln. Free. Until 15 May. 77-82 Whitechapel High Street, E1

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NORMAN’S LAND
Brace yourselves, because Russell Norman (creator of smash-hit Venetian restaurant Polpo) has embarked on an exciting new venture, Trattoria Brutto, inspired by traditional Tuscan dining. 35-37 Greenhill Rents, EC1

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DESIGN OF THE TIMES
Bin off bad club bangers in favour of Friday Late: Design For Our Times at the V&A,
an evening of installations and music designed to make one consider the climate crisis and inequality within city landscapes. Free. 24 Sep

4

LIGHT MY FIRE
Michelin-starred chef Niklas Ekstedt has brought his brand of wood-fired ‘old Nordic’ cuisine to the restaurant at the Great Scotland Yard hotel and we can’t wait to snaffle the lot. 3-5 Great Scotland Yard, SW1

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SEA HERE
Looking for an excuse to live it large? Hop to The Seafood Bar, Soho, where it’s practically impolite not to quaff champagne and gobble an abundance of sustainably sourced fish.
77 Dean Street, W1

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BADA BINGO!
The Sopranos is back! Well, sort of. Catch the late James Gandolfini’s son, Michael, playing a young Tony Soprano in The Many Saints Of Newark, the equally thrilling prequel to the series. In cinemas now

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EAZY LISTENING
Slip into your best badass psyche and press play on G-Eazy’s brooding new album, These Things Happen Too, to get you riled up for the weekend ahead. Available on all major streaming services now