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So what’s the theme for this week? Could be The Olympics – it seems like every venue has a Brazilian-themed night and we’re all going to be sick of caipirinhas by September. Or it might be London festivals; Visions and Caught By The River are two of the most inspiring in the country, let alone the city. Or we could go with photography as KK Outlet’s Superhumans exhibition is a gem and the Travel Photographer of the Year show had us straight on the internet looking for cheap flights. Or we could just say the theme is; There’s a ton of great stuff to do this week in London. Like always.

There, sorted, say Chloe, Tom, Josh, Farah, Ben and Mat

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The Taming of the Shrew

An Irish history infused take on Shakespeare

Garden Variety Bar

Getting pissed in the most organic way possible
 

Olympics Opening Ceremony Party

Get Brazilian

Planet V

It's a DnB thing
 

Well Street Market Anti-Racism Party

A street party to celebrate diversity

Dj Harvey

Harvey all night long
 

Visions

This festival even has a bloody dog show

Camden Fringe: Being Oneself As Another

If you can't play in it it isn't art
 

One Last Dance (Tunnel)

Saying goodbye to a le cool favourite

Caught By The River Thames

Music, literature, beer and nature
 

Trupa Trupa + Benjamin Finger + Unfollow + Wild Anima

Kraut rock vibes with a sunny slacker swagger

Stand By Me

Great film, great setting, great cause
 

Travel Photographer of the Year

The creme de la creme of travel images

We're The Superhumans: Behind The Scenes Exhibition

Exceptional humans
 

Ahi Poke

Hawaiian cafe

The Luggage Room

Next level afternoon tea
 

Unit London

Artists Joe Kennedy and Jonny Burt started Unit London in…

Clubland Monthly - August

Old and new festivities in the great outdoors
 
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Le Cool London is a free weekly magazine distributed every Thursday that features a selection of cultural events and leisure activities, revealing the things you really shouldn’t miss. We filter out, among other things, the best art, film, music, and club nights, as well as a careful selection of extraordinary bars, restaurants and other fine places. Our content is chosen because we believe it is worth your time. If you’ve discovered something amazing in London that we haven’t covered, please don’t hesitate to let us know about it.

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Editor: Mat Osman
Publisher: Chloe McCloskey
Features Editor: Josh Jones
Photography Editor: Tom Medwell
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