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What to do in London

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Pole POSITION
Drink in the otherworldly charm of Young Poland: An Arts and Crafts Movement at the William Morris Gallery, which looks at the country’s creative reaction to the hardships faced between 1890 and 1918. Free. Opens 9 Oct. Lloyd Park, Forest Road, E17

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CALM YOURSELF
Shimmy south to Carmine — a hearty new restaurant, bar and workspace on Streatham High Road — for the rarebit, cheddar and beer croquettes with a pint or smoked trout, poached duck egg and avocado for brunch. 20-21 The High Parade, Streatham High Road, SW16 (carminesw16.com)

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WES GOES EAST
Indulge in an afternoon of whimsical delights with a visit to the Accidentally Wes Anderson pop-up at The Old Bank Vault, an ode to the director’s distinctive style. Free. Opens 9 Oct. 283 Hackney Road, E2

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ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR
Frieze! Stop right there! Drop everything! The legendary contemporary art fair is in town and you’d be a fool to miss the chance to take a peek at the works by this year’s clutch of talented creatives. Tickets from £26. 13-17 Oct. Regent’s Park, NW1

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Cinema in THE CITY
Snap up tickets to the BFI London Film Festival, which will be showing unreleased films such as Edgar Wright’s spooky Last Night In Soho and brilliant The Lost Daughter starring Olivia Colman. Tickets from £10. Until 17 Oct

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Good BAD NEWS
Sit back, relax and get your jazz on with Tyler, The Creator and Kendrick collaborators BadBadNotGood’s beautiful, experimental fifth album, Talk Memory. Available on all major streaming services now

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ON THE ROAD
Bury your nose in Jonathan Franzen’s intimate new novel, Crossroads, which tracks one American family’s life,
secrets and each character’s thirst for freedom.
£20 (Fourth Estate)