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The Black Cat is back: Underbelly Festival

SEEN faves The Black Cat Cabaret has been captivating the city’s audiences with their dark and daring brand of cabaret entertainment for more than a decade. Black Cat: Bohemia is the company’s most ambitious show to date, and premières with the company’s first headline run at Underbelly Festival Southbank. Combining highly skilled acrobatic feats and …

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London Does Real Kombucha

Is Real Kombucha the most sophisticated non-alcoholic alternative to wine this summer? It’s fermentation at its finest according to fans. Lee from Barworks says: “Real Kombucha is perfect when taking it easy on the booze. Delicious, healthy and low in sugar, Real Kombucha is the go-to alcoholic free choice for our discerning customers.” All of …

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Icéclair: Something Delicious This Way Comes…

The trouble with writing about London’s fabulous foodie scene is that it makes SEEN very hungry, and never more so when we hear of something new and delicious at the glorious Melba, the coffee shop on the Strand, that is named after Auguste Escoffier’s famous pudding creation, wherein The Savoy patisserie team has created a …

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Kiloran Waves: Colonsay Gin

SEEN is always pleased to learn of yet another fabulous summer cocktail recipe idea from The Cocktail Trading Company, on London’s Bethnal Green Road. You must visit at your earliest opportunity. The Cocktail Trading Company has created a Hebridean island cocktail inspired by the wild Atlantic shores of Colonsay and long, tranquil, summer days spent …

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Callaghan: ‘Summer Days’

Acclaimed UK singer-songwriter and BBC Radio 2 favourite Callaghan returns this summer to release her new self-titled album ‘Callaghan’ on August 31st. And ahead of that will be performing at Barclaycard British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park, July 15. Moving further towards pop than ever before, whilst maintaining the honest emotion which has already …

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Robert Adam: Thirst for Hirst

If you’re near Grafton Street, pop in and have a look at the Summerscapes Exhibition, on until the 29th July at D-Contemporary. Robert Adam will be exhibiting 4 works including the above Thirst for Hirst, (meretricious). Often SEEN finds the titles of paintings as enlightening as the images themselves and it’s refreshing to view works …