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Hoxton Overground Station
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    Lagartijas Tiradas Al Sol
    Theatre | Until 10th October 2015 

    Barbican Centre 7 minutes walk from Feast

    A politically charged documentary-based performance charting a turbulent period in the recent history of modern Mexico, using archive video footage, ...More

    The Point At Which It Last Made Sense
    Dance | On 9th October 2015 

    Sadler's Wells: Lilian Baylis Theatre 10 minutes walk from Feast

    The Point At Which It Last Made Sense is a multi-iteration work which combines the skills and sensitivity of dancer ...More

    Lunchtime Recital
    Concerts | On 9th October 2015 

    St Bride's Church 11 minutes walk from Feast

    Talented musicians perform classical music....More

    The Boomtown Swingalings
    Concerts | On 9th October 2015 

    The Nightjar Bar 13 minutes walk from Feast

    The ensemble performs a mix of classic jazz and swing....More

    Martin Carthy
    Concerts | On 9th October 2015 

    The Foundling Museum 17 minutes walk from Feast

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    Electric Dreams
    Clubbing and Nightlife | Until 31st December 2015 

    The London Stone 17 minutes walk from Feast

    DJs play classic electronic tunes from the 80s....More

    Barrence Whitfield & The Savages
    Concerts | On 9th October 2015 

    The Blues Kitchen 19 minutes walk from Feast

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    The Oresteia
    Theatre | Until 16th October 2015 

    Shakespeare's Globe Theatre 19 minutes walk from Feast

    Rory Mullarkey - winner of the prestigious George Devine Award for his play The Wolf from the Door at the ...More

    Friday At Village Underground
    Clubbing and Nightlife | On 9th October 2015 

    Village Underground 20 minutes walk from Feast

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    The Last Hotel
    Concerts | Until 17th October 2015 

    Linbury Studio Theatre 21 minutes walk from Feast

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