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The Easter bank holiday emotional timeline

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March 25th, 2015

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The Easter bank holiday is just around the corner so we’ve put together a timeline of how it’s all gonna play out. Because, y’know, it’s good to plan your demise before it inevitably happens

Vibrant Ambience at The Well Pub in Clerkenwell

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March 23rd, 2015

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Occasionally you come across a menu that has so many desirable meals on it that deciding on a starter and main is a genuinely confusing, panic-inducing decision. This is the case at The Well Pub in Clerkenwell.  Full of rich hearty dishes such as sautéed monkfish cheeks with black pudding, smoked haddock grain mustard croquettes and slow braised short ribs with glazed parsnips, there will be no wrong decision, however you’ll most likely find yourself eyeing up dining partners meal and gravitating your fork towards their plate for a taster. One of 13 sites owned by Ed and Tom Martin of the ETM Group, The Well offers a vibrant, social atmosphere with tables for two, along with catering for larger groups

Saturday: Girls Aloud (12pm SL)

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February 20th, 2015

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Girls Aloud are/were an English pop group who were the next generation of 'girl power'. The group was created through the tv show Popstars in 2002 and its most famous band member is Cheryl Cole.

Our Cilla to play this Saturday

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February 6th, 2015

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There were two main acts that dominated Britain in the 1960's.

Forget shaken or stirred, have your cocktail set on fire at The Alchemist

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February 2nd, 2015

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We all know you can have a cocktail shaken or stirred, but what if you were given the option for your drink to be smoked and steamed, foamed, fizzed or set on fire. Are you mad I hear you say

Eurythmics tribute band on Saturday

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January 16th, 2015

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A brand new show for you this weekend in Lonodn City. Eurythmics is a British duo, Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart. The band was formed in 1980 with little fanfare, but