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Things to do in Clapham this FEBRUARY

February is like the Tuesday of the year. If we’re being honest, it can be a bit bland and a bit forgettable. Well not this one. Here are some fun things to add some sparkle to your Feb.

Continue the Veganuary hype

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Where: Nue Ground, SW4 9NG

When: 3rd Feb, 7pm

If you got inspired by your vegan efforts in Jan, you’re vegan for life or just curious about how to be a bit more mindful with your eating, you should head to Nue Ground on the 3rd. They’re hosting a plant based cooking and meal planning workshop where you’ll be shown how to make a delicious wintery meal. You’ll munch get to munch it over a Q&A session with one of London’s finest nutritionists who will talk you through creating a weekly meal plan.

Get a laugh in

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Where: LIT Club, SW4 7UX

When: Every Saturday 7-10pm

Every Saturday LIT is hosting ‘Comedy Carnival’ a night of stand up featuring award-winning comedians. If we know LIT, it’s sure to be a giggle. Book a party package and you’ll get two drinks and entry to the club night afterwards thrown in with your tickets.

Eat a lot of Sushi

Credit: @imoto_sushi
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Where: Imoto, SW4 7UX

When: 10th Feb

Every month our newest sushi spot is hosting a 10 course sushi tasting menu. For £75 you’ll get high quality sushi plus a wine pairing to boot (or it’s just £50 without the paring). We can’t think of a better way to welcome them to the neighbourhood. We visited Imoto ahead of their opening on the 1st Feb, here’s what we thought.

See some live guitar

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Where: The Saxon

When: 6th Feb, 6pm

Wind down your weekend with a live guitarist at the Saxon. Snuggle in from 6pm and listen to some chilled out tunes from talented live musician Sean Ahern with a glass of wine (or why not grab one of their legendary roasts whilst you’re there). Wholesome and bound to make your week a lot more bearable.

Learn about the history of Jamacia

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Where: Studio Voltaire

When: Showing until the 27th Feb

‘Testimonies on the History of Jamaica’ by Zakiya McKenzie is a study on the timelines between climate breakdown and plantation slavery in the West Indies. In this exhibition, you’ll be able to see a mapping of the changes in the Caribbean from the mid 16th Century until present day.

P.S February is also LGBTQ+ History month. Join in and see what’s going on HERE.

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