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Unhinged Festival @ Electric Brixton / Friday 23rd November 2012


Open: 20:00-03:00

@ Electric Brixton, Town Hall Parade, Brixton, London SW2 1RJ

Tickets: £12 book

The Unhinged Festival comes to London with a multi disciplinary festival featuring arts, music, film, fashion and performance.

Unhinged is the first major event to showcase both household names and breaking artists from across the music, film, fashion, visual and performing arts worlds all under one roof.

20:00–20:30 – Screening of Yellow (cinema room)
20:30–21:00 – Ben Ottewell
21:10–21:40 – Lazarus and the Plane Crash
21:50–22:30 – Shlomo
22:40–23:10 – Quixote
23:20–23:50 – Ysan Roche
23:50–01:00 – Ghostpoet
01:00–02:00 – Antics
02:00–03:00 – Cover to Cover

DELS ‘Black Salad’ EP Launch @ Shackwell Arms / Thursday 22nd November 2012


Doors: 8pm – 11pm

@ Shackwell Arms

71 Shacklewell Lane, Dalston, London, E8 2EB

Tickets: £6, advanced tickets

Come and join us at the Shackwell Arms to listen to the likes of DELS, a rapper, recording artist and graphics designer.

Pre-Order EP:


– Kid A (LIVE)

– Saturday, Monday (LIVE)

See you on the dance floor!

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Shakespeare: Staging the World @ The British Museum / until Sunday 25th November 2012


Daily from 10:00-17:30
Fridays until 20:30

@ The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG

Entry: £14 book

Presented in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company as part of the London 2012 Festival, this major exhibition aims to bring to life the world that Shakespeare knew.

The displays, drawn from the Museum’s own collections and from across Europe, will include works of art, maps, tapestries, armour, books, medals and more.

Time Out Yourvine Challenge @ / launches Tuesday 20th November 2012


@ (use the exclusive invite code below)

Free to join and enter

Yourvine is a new platform that invites people to complete challenges to receive rewards.  Time Out and Yourvine are launching incredible challenges across the Capital.

Challenges range from level 1 to level 5 and vary in degrees of input from the users. They include: submitting your favourite London places to create a definitive map of the top 100 destinations in London, reviewing London venues you’ve visited recently and even going on an interactive treasure hunt around London ending with an unmissable free party in Notting Hill.

Rewards include 15% off Time Out Offers, 2 for 1 cocktails with Late Night London, tickets to an exclusive 1920s Time Out party at Bloomsbury Ballrooms and VIP upgrades. The Time Out Yourvine challenge launches on 20th November register to Yourvine and enter the challenges.

Use the following exclusive invite code to gain access to the Time Out challenges and challenges by other brands

Paper Mario: Sticker Star – pop up diner @ The Breakfast Club / Tuesday 20th November to Wednesday 21st November 2012


Tuesday 7:30 – 16:00
Wednesday 7:30 – 23:00

@ The Breakfast Club, Spitalfields, 12-16 Artillery Lane, London E1 7LS

Free entry

Artist and designer Camille Walala is transforming the popular Breakfast Club café and bar into a one off diner experience based on the world of Paper Mario: Sticker Star.

The diner will be open to the public as usual with a special ‘paperised’ Mario take-over experience. From floor to ceiling, including walls, tables and chairs, placemats and staff uniforms, the diner will bring to life the game, including key characters, objects, stickers and other aspects of the Sticker Star world.

Death: A Self-portrait @ Wellcome Collection / until 24th February 2013


Doors: 10:00 – 18:00 weekdays (check the website)

@ Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE

The major winter exhibition showcases 300 works from a unique collection devoted to the iconography of death and our complex and contradictory attitudes towards it.

Assembled by Richard Harris, a former antique print dealer based in Chicago, the collection is spectacularly diverse, including art works, historical artefacts, scientific specimens and ephemera from across the world. Rare prints by Rembrandt, Dürer and Goya will be displayed alongside anatomical drawings, war art and antique metamorphic postcards; human remains will be juxtaposed with Renaissance vanitas paintings and twentieth century installations celebrating Mexico’s Day of the Dead.

From a group of ancient Incan skulls, to a spectacular chandelier made of 3000 plaster-cast bones by British artist Jodie Carey, this singular collection, by turns disturbing, macabre and moving, opens a window upon our enduring desire to make peace with death.

Bar of Aero @ Dray Walk Gallery / Sunday 18th November 2012


Hours: 12:00 – 19:00

@ Dray Walk Gallery (next to Big Chill Bar), Dray Walk, London EC1 6QL

Free entry

The Aero bar is the ultimate bubble playground, filled with innovative technology, giving you exhilarating bubbly experiences. Designed by Tea Time Productions and interaction designers, Poietic Studios, visitors will enjoy a multi-sensory experience set to lift the spirits and create moments of fun.

Enter The Bar of Aero through an orange and green bubble waterfall and step into a brightly coloured, peppermint scented playground. Interact with levitating bubbles – every bubble caught contains a prize, from bags of Aero Bubbles to uplifting spa weekends! Experience a bubble rush and find yourself surrounded by gravity-defying, peppermint-flavoured bubbles! Be wowed by the movement reactive, ultra-modern Aero hot chocolate dispenser!

Giles Peterson Presents Mala in Cuba Live @ Electric Brixton / Saturday 17th November 2012


Time: 21.00 – 04:00

@ Electric Brixton
Town Hall Parade, Brixton,                 London, SW2 1RJ

Tickets: £15, book online

Dubstep don Mala from Digital Mystikz knocked a lot of socks off earlier this year with his ‘Mala in Cuba’ album, which blended traditional, deep dubstep with Cuban influences. Tonight sees Mala take his Cuban concept to the stage of Electric Brixton with the help of album cohort Giles Peterson. Gear yourself for bone-shaking bass swarthed in exotic vibes, and make sure you don’t miss the support act, one Moritz von Oswald – formerly one half of hugely influential German dub-techno act Basic Channel.

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Christmas Market @ Southbank Centre / Friday 16th November 2012


Time: 10:00 – 22:00

@ Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London, SE1 8XX. (Between Southbank Centre and the London Eye).

Entry: £FREE

16th November 2012, 10:00am – 24th December 2012, 22:00pm

The traditional German-style wooden huts of the Southbank Centre Christmas Market return to Queen’s walk along the river (between the Southbank Centre and the London Eye), selling toys and gifts, food and drink, including Glühwein, Bratwurst and gingerbread. There’s a stall for kids to make Christmas cards and a pocket money stall with affordable gifts for family and friends. To set the seasonal scene, twice a day various choirs will sing carols and Christmas songs.

Wooden chalets filled with festive food, drink, gifts and treats run along the twinkling riverside. Enjoy mulled wine, bratwurst and gingerbread while taking in the lights, sights and sounds of London at Christmas time.

Monday to Friday 11am – 10pm
Saturdays & Sundays 10am – 10pm

For more information visit

Come along and get in the Christmas mood!

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Sony: ‘Real Time Gallery’ Experience @ The Loading Bay Gallery / Thursday 15th November 2012


From: 18:00 – late

@ The Loading Bay Gallery, Unit 4-5, Dray Walk, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

Free entry via the Facebook event

Sony is creating the world’s first real time digital photography exhibition, allowing visitors to appreciate the work of three photographersfrom the moment the shots are taken. The experience invites visitors to immerse themselves in the cultures of London, Paris and Berlin as local photographers capture their journeys one evening and transport them into a gallery in central London.

Sony has partnered with three photographers, based in these iconic cities across Europe, who have been set the creative task of ‘capturing the light’ of their home cities. They have each been armed with Sony’s latest NEX-5R camera, complete with built in Wi-Fi allowing them to send photos directly to the gallery in London from their separate locations across Europe.

The gallery walls will be filled with screens that will broadcast the images as they are sent through in real time, creating an evolving and unpredictable exhibit that captures the individual spirit of each of the cities. Visitors can expect a breadth of images revealing the parallels and contrasts of each city and the people that live there.

Open for one night only, the unprecedented and innovative exhibition promises to transport visitors to the three iconic European cities, where they can sample the nightlife, witness the characters living there and experience the atmospheres that make each city unique.

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