London Dating: Speed Duetting, Doctor Who Or Foodie Firsts?

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London Dating: Speed Duetting, Doctor Who Or Foodie Firsts?

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Camden's Night Market. Every Thursday in August

Sample Camden's Summer Night Market

Combine cocktails, cinema and the unique culture of Camden Town this Thursday at Camden Lock's Night Market. There's the best street food, shopping, live bands, and ping pong to make sure you and your date don't run out of things to talk about. Camden Lock's Night Markets take place every Thursday throughout August.

Foodie Firsts: Top New London Restaurants

Impress your date with a trip to one of two hot new restaurants opening this week. First, there's Tommi's Burger Joint on Thayer Street, Marylebone, serving American-style sliders via Iceland (the country), opening on Tuesday. Or head to Seven Dials from Thursday to sample the first Taiwanese hirata buns in London at Flesh & Buns, from the team behind Bone Daddies.

Thought-Provoking Theatre: Chimerica

Theatre can be a risky date choice if you don't know whether the production will be any good. But with West End transfers, you've got the reassurance that audiences have already declared a show a hit. So it is with Chimerica, the latest triumph from Headlong theatre company, described by Time Out as a "triumph of storytelling", starting previews on Tuesday this week. at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Tickets start at £13; we reckon it's worth every penny.

Romantic Reminiscing: Cover Story at Museum of London

Fall in love with all your favourite old TV shows again at the Museum of London's latest exhibition, Cover Story which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Radio Times. Highlights include original Radio Times covers, a 1920s Marconi valve radio and a 50th anniversary display for Doctor Who, which has been a regular in the Radio Times since 1964. Perfect dating for partners with a penchant for Doctors or their assistants.

Sweet Serenade: Speed Duetting

Sonny and Cher. Kenny and Dolly. Jennifer and Bill. Marvin and Tammi. Blu and Sean - er...? Well, everyone loves a karaoke duet, right? Our friends at DoingSomething are duetting with Lucky Voice to create something really special in a few weeks' time. 20 single girls; 20 single guys; 20 microphones. A whole load of fun. You need to sign up now: doingsomething.co.uk/luckyvoice

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Last Updated 06 August 2013