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HeyGreenGo Launches: An App to get Londoners Connecting

Forget Tindr, Grindr and all the rest of the sleazy hook-up apps, try HeyGreenGo instead; it’s an app designed to get solitary Londoners TALKING and INTERACTING again, instead of hunched over their iPhones and Android phones, oblivious to others around them as they navigate this great city of ours.


The premise is very simple: You get the free app, sign in and instantly you can get chatting to like-minded souls in your immediate vicinity, based on your mutual interests. When you actually meet, you award badges to your connection so that others know that they are good-hearted, safe people with whom it is excellent to associate IN REAL LIFE. No more hiding behind a screen pretending to be someone you’re not.

The great advantage of course, apart from the badges aspect, is that the app is a terrific ice-breaker for students new to college or uni, visitors looking to explore the city in the company of residents and eventually, the creators hope, a great way of doing business networking. Try it for yourself. Available for iPhone and Android.

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Drawing Under the Influence: Hayden Kays’ DRINK DRAWINGS

Well, this is refreshing – in every sense of the word. SEEN hears that artist Hayden Kays is feeling hung-over ahead of the opening for his first solo exhibition of 2018. The clue is in the title: “Drink Drawings” – a new show at For.Fuk.Sake on March 29th consisting of a series of intoxicating illustrations, …

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Port Cities play the Slaughtered Lamb

Canadian band PORT CITIES are still bathing in the afterglow of November’s Nova Scotia Music Week, where they scooped no less than five awards, including album of the year, digital artist of the year and entertainer of the year. SEEN has certainly been enjoying their beautiful vocals. In light of such accolades then, its only …

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My Furry Lady: the Art of Marion Peck at Dorothy Circus Gallery

SEEN can safely say that there is nowhere quite like Dorothy Circus Gallery in Notting Hill. It is the very antithesis of the white, clinical art gallery that abounds in the capital. From the beautiful yet disquieting pop surrealist art that is the passion of gallery director Alexandra Mazzanti, to the welcoming gallery itself complete …