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PublicPublic is the first solo venture from nightclub manager Guy Pelly (Prince William's pal who used to run Mahiki and Whisky Mist), housed in the basement of an antiques warehouse (and formerly home to Crazy Larry's nightclub) on the corner of Lots Road and the Kings Road. The club, sure to be a firm favourite with the young royals, comes complete with a dedicated fancy dress room and a photo booth from Booth Nation, an elevated VIP area (called the Sweet Room) designed like an old world sweet emporium and carousel horses on the dance floor. The 15 metre copper bar extends down the whole length of the room which is done up like an industrial warehouse with exposed brick and iron beams, softened with deep red leather booth seating.

 

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Chelsea Cloisters Pure Parking
 
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Paralympic Football 7-a-side

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Paralympic Wheelchair Basketball

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Paralympic Wheelchair Rugby

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London Paralympics Travel

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Olympic National Hospitality Houses

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Aquatics Centre In Pictures

Designed by Iraq-born architect Zaha Hadid, the iconic wave-shaped Aquatics Centre will be the first thing most spectators see when they arrive at the...

 
 
Olympic Stadium In Pictures

The centre-point of the Games - London 2012's beating heart, if you will - is the imperious 80,000-capacity Olympic Stadium, billed as the most...

 
 
Lee Valley White Water Centre In Pictures

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Out of London Venues

There are a handful of venues just outside London while the sailing competitions take place on the south coast and the football preliminaries in stadia...

 
 
Central London Zone

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London Olympics for Free

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Day 2: Sunday 29th July

An Olympic debut for Zara Phillips while Britain's queen of the pool Rebecca Adlington defends her 400m freestyle title. ...

 
 
Velodrome In Pictures

One of Team GB's biggest triumphs of Beijing 2008 came with our cyclists and so it's understandable that for London 2012 we have a Velodrome...

 
 
Hampton Court Palace in Pictures

The oldest surviving Tudor palace in England will make a stunning backdrop for the Road Cycling time trial events, which will begin and end...

 
 
Hyde Park In Pictures

When the sun's out there are fewer places in London as scenic and special as Hyde Park, which hosts the Triathlon and Marathon Swimming...

 
 
Riverbank Hockey Arena In Pictures

London 2012's two Hockey Centre pitches are located between the Press Centre and the River Lea - but the venue will not be fully ready...

 
 
BMX Track In Pictures

New to the Olympics last time round was BMX Cycling - and given the popularity of BMX in the UK (and especially London) this...

 
 
Copper Box Handball Arena in Pictures

The £44m Handball Arena, fondly nicknamed 'The Copper Box', will play host to the handball and goalball competitions during the Olympic and Paralympic Games...

 
 
Basketball Arena In Pictures

One of the largest-ever temporary venues built for any Olympics, the 12,000-capacity Basketball Arena is the third-largest venue in the Olympic Park and will...

 
 
Water Polo Arena In Pictures

Shaped like a giant wedge of cheddar cheese, the 6,000-capacity Water Polo Arena is one of the temporary venues inside the Olympic Park and...

 
 
Olympic Park Walk

Get in the mood for London 2012 with a brisk walk from Limehouse Basin to the Olympic Park in Stratford, taking in Limehouse Cut canal,...

 
 
Torches & Mascots

Both the Olympics and Paralympics are preceded by nationwide Torch Relays while Wenlock and Mandeville are London 2012's official mascots. ...

 
 
Olympic Park

London's biggest piece of public art and shopping centre, 17,320 beds for athletes, an environmental energy centre and an international press hub: just a handful...

 
 
Free Olympics Events

Just because you didn't get tickets to the Olympics doesn't mean you won't get to see any of the live sporting action. Cheer on...

 
 
Thames Cable Car

Sixty-metre-high Emirates AirLine will provide crossings across the river every 30 seconds. ...

 
 
Cultural Olympiad

The London 2012 Cultural Olympiad has been dubbed the largest cultural celebration in the history of the modern Olympic and Paralympic movements. After four...

 
 
London Olympics Travel

"The last thing any spectator wants is a sprint finish to get to the venue in time," says transport minister Norman Baker. Too true: London...

 
 
London Olympic Javelin

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Eton Manor In Pictures

Disused since 2001, the early 20th-century Eton Manor Sports Club has been reinvigorated and given a new lease of life thanks to the Games....

 
 
Free London Galleries

Nearly all of London's major public galleries are completely free so you know you're not compromising on quality by choosing the cheaper option. Lots...

 
 
New Hotels in London 2011

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London 2012 News

Keep abreast of all the latest exciting happenings in the frantic build-up to the Olympics and Paralympics this summer with our regularly updated news...

 
 
Places to watch Greece

When Greece emerged unlikely winners of Euro 2004 there were spontaneous parties on the streets of London, most notably at Bayswater and Hyde Park,...

 
 
Places to watch Portugal

The area around Lambeth, Vauxhall and Stockwell has nearly 30,000 Portuguese ex-pat residents - the largest community outside Portugal - and so there's only...

 
 
Watching Czech Republic

Recent research found that the Czech Republic is the biggest beer drinker of all the Euro 2012 finalists - which bodes well for London's...

 
 
Places to watch Ireland

Irish pubs are one of Ireland's best exports so there'll be no shortage of places in London to cheer on Giovanni Trapattoni's men with a...

 
 
Places to watch Russia

Russia's biggest contribution to football in London is undoubtedly the millions of pounds poured into Chelsea by Roman Abramovich. The introduction of the Russian...

 
 
Places to watch Poland

About a decade ago, no stand-up comedy routine was complete without a few quips about Polish plumbers in London. While the recent recession has...

 
 
London: Most European City in Europe

Watching every individual nation play its Euro 2012 games in London couldn't be easier. Far from being simply the capital city of England, London is...

 
 
Thames Jubilee Pageant

On Sunday 3rd June 2012 The Queen will travel in a flotilla of up to one thousand boats from the UK, the Commonwealth and...

 
 
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Bedtime Stories at 40 Winks 40 Winks, E1 4UJ 8th February 2012 - 10th February 2012 If gazing across a table for two isn't really your thing, and...

 
 
Romantic Hotels

Draycott Hotel 22-26 Cadogan Gardens, SW3 2RP Three red-brick Edwardian houses on one of the loveliest streets in London, close to Sloane Square, have been converted...

 
 
February in London 2012

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds The O2 Arena, SE10 0BB 26th February 2012 Noel Gallagher will be dropping by the O2 Arena this February as part of his...

 
 
March in London 2012

Pick Me Up Contemporary Graphic Art Fair Somerset House, WC2R 1LA 22nd March 2012 - 1st April 2012 This is the third year for the UK's first contemporary...

 
 
April in London 2012

London Coffee Festival The Old Truman Brewery, E1 6QL 27th April 2012 - 29th April 2012 Encouraging the new 'third wave' coffee scene, the London Coffee Festival returns...

 
 
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    Millennium & Copthorne Hotels at Chelsea FC
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    Notting Hill Arts Club
    London > Nightlife > Nightclubs
    221 Notting Hill Gate, Notting Hill, London W11 | 2 miles from Public
    Pricey but always fun, this subterranean dive in the heart of trendy West London enjoys a steady crowd and on big nights it gets absolutely packed ... More
     
     
     
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    London > Nightlife > Nightclubs
    191 Victoria Street, Victoria, London SW1E | 2.1 miles from Public
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    99 Kensington High Street, Kensington, London W8 | 28 minutes from Public
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    22 Waterford Road, SW6 | 6 minutes from Public
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    18 Farm Lane, Fulham, London SW6 | 9 minutes from Public
    Where The Farm in Fulham used to be The Lazy Fox has made a den, inviting punters to pull their own pint from their beer wall ... More
     
     
     
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    374 North End Road, Fulham, London SW6 | 12 minutes from Public
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    606 Club, 90 Lots Road, SW10 | 4 minutes from Public
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    Le QuecumBar, 42-44 Battersea High Street, SW11 | 13 minutes from Public
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    The Troubadour, 263-267 Brompton Road, SW5 | 13 minutes from Public
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    90 Lots Road, SW10 | 4 minutes from Public
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    Chickenshed Kensington and Chelsea
    London > Entertainment > Theatres
    Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW10 | 8 minutes from Public
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    Finborough Theatre
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    118 Finborough Road, Fulham, London SW10 | 9 minutes from Public
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    London > Attractions > Other Attractions
    Fulham Road, Fulham, London SW10 | 3 minutes from Public
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    National Trust: Carlyle's House
    London > Attractions > Museums
    24 Cheyne Row, Chelsea, Chelsea, London SW3 | 14 minutes from Public
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    735 Fulham Road, SW6 | 14 minutes from Public
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    611 King's Road, SW6 | 4 minutes from Public
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    The King's Road, Chelsea, London SW10 | 6 minutes from Public
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    535 King's Rd, Fulham, London SW10 | 1 minute from Public
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    555 King's Road, SW6 | 3 minutes from Public
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    1 Hester Road, Battersea, London SW11 | 14 minutes from Public
    The £21 million Dyson Building makes up the largest part of the purpose-built Battersea campus of the prestigious Royal College of Art. Located at 1 Hester ... More
     
     
     
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    23 Kensington Square, Kensington, London W8 | 27 minutes from Public
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    New Kings Road, SW6 | 12 minutes from Public
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    Moyses Dos Santos
    Concerts | On 3rd September 2015 

    606 Club 4 minutes walk from Public

    The Sao Paolo, Brazil-born bass player plays jazz with guests, including Soweto Kinch....More

    Table Tennis: Over 50s: Workshop
    Exhibitions | Until 24th September 2015 

    Chelsea Theatre 5 minutes walk from Public

    Basic skills covered with bats and balls provided....More

    Zumba
    Sporting Events | Until 24th September 2015 

    Chelsea Theatre 5 minutes walk from Public

    Zumba fitness session....More

    My Eyes Went Dark
    Theatre | Until 19th September 2015 

    Finborough Theatre 9 minutes walk from Public

    An original drama inspired by real events written by Matthew Wilkinson, in which two actors perform a gripping tale of ...More

    Harris Adams
    Concerts | On 3rd September 2015 

    The Troubadour 13 minutes walk from Public

    The Sheffield-born singer-songwriter plays 60s soul, blues and Motown influenced tunes. With support from Sam Larner....More

    Stuart Blagden Trio
    Concerts | Until 3rd September 2015 

    Le QuecumBar 13 minutes walk from Public

    Gypsy swing from the guitarist and his group....More

    The Gypsy Dynamite Duo
    Concerts | Until 17th December 2015 

    Le QuecumBar 13 minutes walk from Public

    The London-based band performs jazz in the Gypsy style....More

    Out Of The Ordinary Exhibition
    Exhibitions | Until 9th September 2015 

    Christie's South Kensington 18 minutes walk from Public

    An auction of unusual object d'art....More

    World Woodland Garden
    World Woodland Garden
    Exhibitions | Until 31st October 2015 

    Chelsea Physic Garden 19 minutes walk from Public

    The World Woodland Garden, a new area of the picturesque Chelsea Physic Garden opens in April, creating a half acre ...More

     
    Better Garden Photography: Course
    Exhibitions | Until 3rd September 2015 

    Chelsea Physic Garden 19 minutes walk from Public

    Gain a sound technical foundation for your photography....More

     
     
     
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