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After its glorious summer sojourn (the most Instagrammed pop up of summer 2016? This time the covered rooftop food court on the roof of the BBC Television Centre is heated for winter and a Nordic forest sets the scene.
Dine at a choice of four self-serve restaurants under a canopy of holly, ivy, and winter flowers, set against burgundy walls and paved with woody bark.
From wars to moon landings, it showcases extraordinary maps and the important role they played during the 20th century.
Among the exhibits will be the first map of the Hundred Acre Wood, the New York Subway and secret spy maps.
Not only will it track Sam's career from the late 1970s to today, it will also show the changing styles through time, looking at how fashion shoots can influence contemporary hair styling.
Now you don't have to wait for the winter Olympics to get into curling. From the people behind Rooftop Film Club, Sliders is a club where you can book one of four neon lit curling lanes, sip on themed cocktails, enjoy street food and karaoke cabins powered by Lucky Voice, all on the 8th floor of a multi-storey car park in Stratford.
The queues were long over the summer but you can book in if you're a party of four or more, there's capacity for 600 and 25 per cent is kept back for walk-ins plus there are five giant beds seat up to 15 people. She may have started out as a Disney star but Selena Gomez is now a fully fledged, bona fide multi-platinum selling pop star.
Themes like the 'cult' of the artist, symbolism and the artist's changing status over the centuries are explored through 150 artworks and objects dating from the fifteenth to the twenty-first century.Staged at the Park Theatre, Deny, Deny, Deny is a timely play looks at the lengths some people go to in order to be champion.Set in 2026, it sees Eve, a promising young athlete, offered a cutting edge new 'therapy' by her mysterious, charismatic coach.The first exhibition of its kind, it shines the spotlight on Mc Knight's 40-year career, highlighting how he has been instrumental in helping develop the images of Kate Moss, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, Princess Diana and many more.Having worked on hundreds of fashion editorial shoots, advertising campaigns and catwalk shows, including over 100 British Vogue covers, Mc Knight is one of the first session stylists to have carved out a career solely within fashion.