Barking Good Movies



Oscar & Rupert based in East London are a Doggie-centric events company, because let’s be honest who doesn’t like dogs…oh you don’t, you’re a monster!

People also like going to the cinema when they have a bit of free time, well these geniuses have combined the two. Doggie Friendly Cinema does exactly what it say on the tin, watching movies with your 4 legged best friend in a welcoming environment with others who who don’t mind the odd woof every now and then.

On the 15th May Oscar & Rupert will be showing Paris Texas at Wringer + Mangle in London Fields East London, so if you and your canine companion are in the mood to get your movie on then click here.

Tickets also entitle you to 20% off food and drink in Wringer + Mangle, click here to book your table.





  • The Time:  Sunday 15th May, doors open at 2pm movie starts at 3pm
  • The Place:  The basement at Wringer & Mangle, Sidworth Street, Hackney, E8 3SD
  • Tickets:  £18.50 per human, dogs go free
  • Contact:  For more info click here, for tickets click here, for info regarding Wringer & Mangle click here



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The Korean take over is imminent.

Joke time; What do you get if you cross a layer, a mathematician, kitchen utensils and a video cam? This (click the image to watch the video): PSY - LONDON STYLE

OK so that joke was crap, that’s what happens when you corrode away your funny bone with gallons of alcohol and cake, but I digress. Meet Hanbit (guy in the middle of the picture) one half of the Galbi Bros, the gentlemen responsible for taking the common burger, giving it a Korean style make over, then handing it back with a ‘ta dah’ smile. Has that peaked your interested? Good then I’ll continue. Hanbit and Moses met through their love of video making, after they respectively studied Law and Mathematics (the joke is starting to make sense now right) at Uni. Coming together to produce a parody of Gangnam Style, they came to realise that they also shared a love of food, and working together was the obvious conclusion of their meeting, plus it would be more fun than their original plans…smart fellas!1939599_607258606034710_967892211_n-facebook Using a traditional Korean marinade called ‘Galbi’, along with some other tasty titbits, they have reformed the usual burger & chips (& rice) with zingy, memorable favours that won’t make you feel dirty afterwards. The boys don’t tend to stay still for very long, so if you happen to be near any of the following places run up to them and scream “I NEED TREATS NOWWWWW” or perhaps just walk up to them calmly and place an order, so you don’t look like a mentalist.

  • Thu/Fri 11am – 2pm @ Tower 42 (near Liverpool Street Station)
  • Sat 5pm – 11pm @ Urban Food Fest (Shoreditch High Street)


Food porn

After more info, check out their website, or contact Moses at / 07753 304 650.

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Gastronomic wonders revealed!

Fashion Revolution Day, Global Movement


One year ago on the 24th April more then 1100 lives were lost and 2500+ more were injured in the Rana Plaza Factory collapse, in the Greater Dhaka area of Bangladesh. As a result of the *deadliest garment-factory accident in history a Global movement know as Fashion Revolution as began, pushing for more Transparency within the supply chain of the garment industry, the improvement of labour standards and factory working conditions.

On the 24.04.14 Fashion Revolution would like all those who are interested in the cause to wear their clothes inside out and tweet: Today I’m wearing my (shirt/dress/T-shirt etc.) #InsideOut because I want to ask @(brand/retailer) Who Made Your Clothes?


There are other things you can do to get involved:

  • Get in touch with the Brands you shop with, send them pictures of their garments and ask them ‘who made their clothes’, discovering the real people throughout the supply chain.
  • Check out their recommended reading list 

For more info regarding this movement and their mission please visit




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Get involved #Insideout

Vogue Fashion Night out, around London

Vogue Fashion night out is due to start any second now around London, head over to Oxford st for DJ’s and shopping offers or Westfields in Shepards Bush for a fabu catwalk show with  Yasmin Le Bon and Lizzy Jagger.


You never know there maybe freebies and a cheeky glass of plonk on offer too.


Have a looky on for a list of events for the night and an interactive map detailing each venue.


Date: September 6th 2012

Tickets: Free

Venue: Westfields, Ariel Way, London W12 7SH.  And various other venues around London


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Fabulous thing to do in London Revealed darling!

Haunted House party, Bethnal Green

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Skin crawling sick-sties shakes, bone grinding grooves, rotten retro rhythms, toxic tunes, bad taste boog-eys, ghastley guilty pleasures and nasty novelty nonsense!

Performing on the night Beverly Whispers,  Russell,  Martin Green and MFC Chicken

Dance ’til you drop …dead!

Date: Saturday 29th October 9pm-2am

Tickets: £8 (advanced tickets from venue), £10 (on the night) no entry after midnight

Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club

42 Pollard Road

Bethnal Green E2 6NB

020 7731 7170

London Riots Clean up, across London

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On August 8th 2011 London came under suge by groups of thug bastards, intend on causing as much damage and mayhem as possible. As a result many homes,  businesses and lives were distroyed, but the community spirit if nothing else strenghtened.


Many Facebook and Twitter groups have been created to help clean up the Capital, so if you and your friends are available to help one of the areas affected by the disturbances please grab some black bags, safety gloves and a broom and head on down:


  • Bow, on Roman Road, Tackle shop from 9am

  • Croyden, by East Croyden station from 10am

  • Camberwell, by St Giles Church from 10am

  • Camden, by Chalk Farm station from 10am

  • Ealing, by the Horse from 10am

  • Bethnal Green, in front of the money shop from 10am

  • Hackney, by the Town Hall from 10am

  • Lewisham, Lewisham shopping centre from 9am

  • Westbourne Grove, Ledbury from 9am

  • Peckham, by the Library from 8am

If you know of any other clean up groups please leave a comment detailing where and when, or put on Facebook and Twitter.


The Big Picture with jump4london, Canada Water

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On Saturday 16th July 2011 JUMP 4 LONDON will be attempting to create a world record by making the worlds longest photo in time for the 2012 Olympics.

To be involoved go to Surrey Quays Shopping Centre in Canada Water South East London, between 10am – 4pm on Saturday 16th July 2011 and bring your finest smile :0)

Find them on twitter @Jump4London

The Garden Party, St Martin’s Courtyard Covent Garden West London

07.04.2013 UPDATE: Cino de Mayo Mexico’s National holiday is coming to London, get over to the Courtyard on the weekend of 3 – 5 May with your sombrero to Fiesta in style.



St Martin’s Courtyard, London’s newest shopping and dining destination celebrates the Great British summer with the ‘St Martin’s Courtyard Garden Party #smcgardenparty – A Thoroughly Modern Affair’.

Pop singer ‘Sunday Girl’ will open the event and perform two acoustic sets during the day.  There will be lots to see, do, eat and drink including free fairy cakes from Bill’s market barrow, plus magicians, facepainting and silhouette cutting.  Celebrating the original heritage of the garden party, strawberries and cream will be available in the courtyard which will be dressed with bunting and balloons.


The central meeting point will be a bandstand on which a salon show will take place showcasing the fashion from the boutiques and flagships of St Martin’s Courtyard.  The team at The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers are creating a show-stopping finale dress made entirely from flowers.  The models will mingle with the crowd as they parade their outfits along a grass catwalk.


The St Martin’s Courtyard fashion expert, The Wardrobe Consultant will be on hand to offer one-to-one style consultations following the shows.

The St Martin’s Courtyard Garden Party introduces 21st century mediums of communication and social media to this traditionally British occasion.


Twitter savvy partygoers are invited to tweet about the St Martin’s Courtyard Garden Party using ‘#smcgardenparty to be entered into the ‘Fashion tombola’.  The 1st, 10th, 25th, 50th, 100th, 200th and 500th tweets will win one of many fantastic prizes from the shops and restaurants.


What’s happening at the Garden Party

12pm Sunday Girl opens the event
12:10pm Magic Show
12:30pm Melvita skincare demonstration
1pm Salon fashion show
1:30pm Magic show
1:45pm ‘Create a summer posy’ at The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers. £20 per person
2pm Live music from Sunday Girl
2:30pm Magic show
3pm Salon fashion show
3:30pm Free fairy cakes fro mBill’s market barrow
3:30pm Melvita skincare demonstration
3:45pm ‘Create a summer posy’ at The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers. £20 per person
4pm Live music from Sunday Girl
4:30pm Salon fashion show



St Martin’s Courtyard is located in the heart of Covent Garden, just a minute’s walk from Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations, both of which have excellent transport links throughout London.


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The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town, Hoxton



Down a dark street off Bishopsgate sits the Breakfast club, where lovers of the all day breakfast and fairtrade smoothes congregate, & within this foody heaven you’ll find a Smeg fridge, a Smeg fridge which holds a very interesting secret…

To access this secret you must first approach a member of the Breakfast club’s staff and either say ‘Henri sent me’ or ‘may I sit at the “bar”‘, then like something out of a C. S. Lewis book the Fridge door magically opens from the inside revealing a hidden staircase and a guide to show you the way.


Once down the stairs your led through another door revealing The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town’s hidden bar realm, which includes exposed brick walls, a small but cute cocktail bar, art deco lighting, a picture of the Queen ‘blinged out’ and a Moose head called Randolph.

The music in the bar is funky but still manages to be eclectic, the staff are all very friendly and a dab hand at drink mixing, I’d recommend the ‘Yang Tao Smash’ which is a lovely mix of Plymouth gin, Grand Marnier, lime, mint and kiwi. You can also enjoy a number of bar snacks like the ‘meat balls on fire’ or head back upstairs to the Breakfast club and order from their fully menu (you will have to eat upstairs though).

The bathroom in the bar is unisex and the walls are clad with torn out pages from 80’s newspapers and magazines, you will also find that to exit the bar you’ll have to do so via the bathroom leading back into the Breakfast club, so best to do it 1 at a time so as not to arouse suspicion.

During the week the bar is open 12pm – 12 am, Friday to Sunday from 12pm – 4pm you can have brunch behind the fridge served with their bloody mary extravaganza.

You can email to book with your names, contact details and when you would like to go to or call 020 7078 9639


Find them on Twitter @Mayorscaredycat


The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town,

Behind Smeg Fridge,

The Breakfast Club,

12-16 Artillery Lane, E1 7LS

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