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What to do in London

GREECE IS THE WORD

Embark on a Greek odyssey
to Smashing Plates in
London Bridge, where the spinach and feta spanakopita is delicious and the garlic and aubergine Smashing Sauce
is even better.
59 St Thomas Street, SE1 (smashingplates.uk)

IT’S GOOD TO BE BACH

Score tickets to Bach & Sons at the newly reopened Bridge Theatre, a show by Nina Raine about the legendary composer’s life being born into a family of neurotic musicians.
Tickets from £15. Until 11 Sep (bridgetheatre.co.uk)

Electric AVENUE

Indulge in a trip to Avenue, where new head chef, Rudi Warner, is rustling up refined, classical, seasonal dishes such as chilled pea soup with gooseberries and elderflower cured salmon. Phwoar!
7-9 St James’s Street,
SW1 (avenue-restaurant.co.uk)

IN A
STAN-COL SUPERNOVA

For a good old sob, scoot to the cinema for a screening of Supernova starring Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth, a moving film about one couple’s experience of dementia.
Out 25 June

YOUR
NUMBER’S
UP

Get your stamps out (actually, don’t) because bingo is back and has had a swanky
digital makeover. Book in to Hijingo for 90 minutes of the thrilling game and a damn good bottomless brunch.
£45 per person.
90 Worship Street,
EC2 (hijingo.com)

Planet purrfect

Featuring appearances from The Weeknd, Ariana Grande and SZA, Doja Cat’s new album, Planet Her, is as
good as this summer’s soundtrack gets.
Out 25 Jun

Veg out

Hit Mark Emms and Tom Kerridge’s new semi-plant-based restaurant, Bad Vegan, for the moreish shakes, crunchy Taternator potato finger wraps, smoky aubergine baba ganoush flatbreads and optional meaty toppings.
Buck Street Market, 180-188 Camden High Street, NW1 (bad-vegan.com)