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Clapham Picture House

76 Venn Street, SW4 0AT

One of Clapham's most famous spots, the Clapham Picture House is a fantastic little cinema, showing all the latest blockbusters as well as smaller, independent films. It boasts a fully stocked bar where drinks can be taken into the screening. The seats are comfortable, the staff are friendly and with a couple of fabulous restaurants opposite, this makes the perfect place for date night!

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O2 Academy

211 Stockwell Road SW9 9SL

O2 Academy Brixton is an internationally renowned, Grade II listed, award-winning concert venue hosting live music, club nights, comedy shows and more. Situated in Brixton and with a capacity of 5,000 people, the building has hosted a range of leading rock acts since becoming a music venue in 1983, including The Sex Pistols, The Prodigy and Prince.

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Brixton Market

36 Atlantic Rd, London SW9 8JX

The market to end all markets, this is the place to find almost anything your heart desires (or your tummy craves). You can rummage through and pick up second-hand stuff on all the flea market stalls, where you'll find antiques, furniture, art, jewellery, books, ceramics and collectables. If you're feeling nostalgic, there's a vintage sweet stall that'll take you back to your childhood days. But before you fill up on sweets, grab a tasty lunch at one of the many street food stalls serving everything from vegan falafel and haloumi wraps from North Africa to local artisan chocolates.

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The Clapham Grand

21- 25 St. John'S Hill, SW11 1TT

Established in 1900 by some of the most popular performers of the time, The Clapham Grand has been a cinema, a music hall and a nightclub. A venue for bands about to break into the mainstream. Jay Kay lead Jamiroquai through their earliest hits, Courtney Love cracked jokes to a polite London crowd and the Verve, fresh from trashing the US, brought the riot back to home turf. Even bigger acts followed in the '00s when Oasis, Muse and Brian May played to packed crowds. The Grand now offers the perfect blend of variety and quality, with themed film screenings and Bongo's Bingo one night, and world-class comedians, musicians and DJs the next, it won't let you down on a big night out!