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Hot off the press is news of a supperclub to end all supperclubs. A combination of immersive theatre, literature, and some seriously gruesome food offerings. The creators of the Olivier Award nominated Alices Advenutres Underground bring to you an event like no other;  Twits Dinner, Inspired by the works of children author Roald Dahl,is going to transport the adult diner to a dinner party unlike any other they’ve experienced before.

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This month Art Eats Meets takes us down the road of competitive art events with a feature on artist and UK art battle aficionado Captain Kris (Kristian Douglas). We caught up with him a few weeks ago to find out what he’s been up to, his views on the street art scene in the UK, alongside some advice to budding artists on how to make it in the industry.

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Do you have a love of art? Are you looking to plan your next Summer vacation? Well why not combine the two, via an art inspired trip on the 3rd of August 2016.

London based artist, and curator Rekha Sameer is hosting her second annual art residency in the beautiful village of Atina, in the Lazio region of Central Italy.

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Rainy Sundays were made for Netflix and Chill, but not here at Art Eats HQ. Oh No! Rainy Sundays call for culture. Culture of the outdoor kind. The annual Art Car Boot Fair was on yesterday, so we swung our brolly over to a car park off Buxton street in Brick Lane to check out the car boot art offerings from the likes of Tracey Emin, Jealous Gallery, Gavin Turk, Art Society Soho, Hang Up Gallery plus a host of independent artists including Ben Eine, Pam Hogg and Cliff Pearcey to name a few.

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Now anyone who read my previous post on the House of Peroni launch, a couple of weeks back, knows that i’m a big fan of this food, culture based pop up. I think this year’s activation at Proud East, right on the canal, in Haggerston is one of their best yet. Alongside their array of delicious drinks and a wonderful food offering, there are a host of pay for experiences running daily. I’ve heard their pasta making workshop has been a resounding success, with new slots being added due to the high demand. The same cannot be said For The Love Of Monte Rosa immersive experience. A cocktail experience that takes place to the rear of the House, through the deli and dining area.

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Dining in any new restaurant, for the first time, can always be a risky business. Is the food, and service going to live up to expectation? Are you going to be left disappointed, or worse still, hungry? Lucky for us, this was not the case on our recent visit to Noble Rot restaurant and wine bar in Bloomsbury’s historic Lambs Conduit street in London.

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The West End in London is synonymous with theatre land. A labyrinth of theatres that dot the area that surrounds Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, and Covent Garden.

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