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What to do in London

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Scream GENIE Get loaded on the long-awaited autobiography from Bobby Gillespie, which details his journey from working-class Glasgow to the release of Primal Scream’s rave-era defining Screamadelica. ‘Tenement Kid’, by Bobby Gillespie, £20


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GROW, GROW, GROW
Slip on your wellingtons because farm-to-table dining is coming to town. Swing by the Samsung Project Plant pop-up to pluck ingredients that’ll be transformed into plant-based pizza on site. Tickets £5. 15-17 Oct. The Film Shed, Arcola Street, E8 (feverup.com)

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Sage ADVICE
Take the time to pass through Arrangements by Conor Murgatroyd at Sage Flowers, an upbeat showcase of the artist’s colourful paintings filled with delicate observations of London life and some beautiful bouquets. Free. From 15 Oct. 232 Rye Lane, SE15

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TOUCHING THE VOID
For a look at two artists’ brooding take on life, death and lust, see Minju Kim and Eugene Wood’s collaborative exhibition The Void Of Desire at Truman Brewery. Free. Until 18 Oct. 91 Brick Lane, E1 (thevoidofdesire.co.uk)

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JUST AS IT VAS...
Rejoice! After being forced to close its original location (founded in 1971), iconic Umbria-focused Italian restaurant Vasco & Piero’s Pavilion is reopening in Soho. Opens 19 Oct. 10-11 D’Arblay Street, W1 (vascosfood.com)

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BRAVO JOE
Famed theatre crowd haunt Joe Allen is back once again, but this time the American brasserie is accompanied by the congenial new Joe’s Bar, which is perfect for polishing off cocktails until well past bedtime. 2 Burleigh Street, WC2 (joeallen.co.uk)

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HELLO, IT'S ME
Clear your schedule and procure a box of Kleenex because after a tortuous six-year hiatus, Adele is making her grand re-entrance with new single, ‘Easy On Me’. Available on
all major streaming services from 15 Oct