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The Vintage Guide To London | February 20, 2018

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The Vintage Fair is coming to Shoreditch

September 3, 2012 |

The Vintage Fair, which hosts – well vintage fairs – all around the country is  coming to Shoreditch Town Hall with around 40 stalls selling Forties to Eighties clothing and accessories. There will also be vintage homewares as well … Read More

60s sleaze with Grind A Go-Go

June 30, 2012 |

Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club presents Grind A Go-Go, a night of Sixties sleaze where good girls and boys go bad & bad boys and girls go wild! Think Sixties girl groups, B movie goddesses, suited and booted garage boys & … Read More

His and hers retro styles: Rockalily Cuts

June 11, 2012 |

Rockalily Cuts – a his and hers hair salon specialising in vintage and rockabilly cuts and styling – livens up the slightly dull end of Kingsland Road.
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Fifties rock’n’roll night Stumblin’ Slims

May 3, 2012 |

Hosted by team behind The Blues Kitchen, Stumblin’ Slims is the newest Fifties Rock N Roll night in town hoping to recreate the girly glamour and leather clad sexiness of Fifties and Sixties Hollywood in East London.
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A modern speakeasy: The Nightjar

February 15, 2012 |

Tucked away in the heart of London’s Old Street in a Hoxton basement, The Nightjar unpretentiously mixes the glamour and charm of a Thirties cabaret venue with refined cocktail traditions from the Belle Epoque and the Prohibition era to create a modern-day speakeasy and music venue.

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Cafe-cum-shop Crimson Heart

January 23, 2012 |

Fusion shops, a mixture of  vintage store and tea room – just think of King’s Cross’ Drink Shop & Do or Hanbury Street’s Blitz Department Store – have been popping up all around London in the last few years. The latest edition, Crimson Heart, has just opened in East London’s Leonard Street, and features a vintage cafe as well as a shop specialising in midcentury home deco.
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