Arts & Culture - The Vintage Guide To London
What to see and do in London
The Fitzrovia Radio Hour is five years old – and now, after two sensational runs in the West End, a fizzing national tour, and three sold-out appearances at the Edinburgh Festival they return to London to present a special 5th Birthday Show at The Crazy Coqs!
When she was good, she was very, very good, and when she was bad she was torrid. The BFI Southbank introduces a season of the finest films of the Forties star known as ‘The Love Goddess’ – Rita Hayworth.
Direct from critically acclaimed seasons in New York and Toronto, the award-winning ‘Blind Date’ makes its West End debut in London’s Charing Cross Theatre for a limited 7 week season from 28 May.
VOUTIQUE is an exciting new shopping concept which brings the finest vintage traders and their most coveted items all together in one online boutique. This month, they are celebrating their new 2013 residency in the Camden Unlimited offices, ‘Collective’, by hosting a week of vintage festivities in the Collective’s Camden High Street pop-up shop.
Put on your dancing shoes and hide beneath your most glorious mask to welcome the Summer to end all Summers in the depths of an Enchanted Picture Palace at The Great May Masquerade Ball.
The Crawdaddy Sixties club night takes place on the first Friday of each month and is free to get in.
Resident DJs Gary, John and Lucienne play floorfillers from the like of Jackie Wilson, The Four Tops, The Marvelettes, Edwin …