Rich Mix Cinema

One of the top independents in London; the Rich Mix, is not just a cinema, but also a performing arts venue, café & restaurant. Situated between Bethnal Green and Shoreditch, the heart of fashionable East London. There's so much going on Rich Mix that it gives us the chance to advertise to a wide and cerebral demographic of people.


Bloomsbury Lanes

Quite possibly the most popular and unique bowling alley in London. With a 1950s retro theme the Lanes established itself as one of the best nights out in the West End. Music, bowling and great food, for a great night out, go to the Lanes.


Bar Italia

In our opinion, London's best coffee shop; the streets of London change but Bar Italia serves everyone from tourists to world famous music and screen stars. The London Lifestyle Awards also agree and in 2010 was named 'London Coffee Shop of the Year'. Established in 1949, Bar Italia is family run and is opposite Ronnie Scott's Jazz Café.


Shakespeare’s Head

Tourist marketing heaven! With an equal mix of UK and overseas London visitors that come for food and drink and you’ll never find a time of day when The Head is short of punters. Right in the heart of Carnaby Street and established in 1735, it's famous for a bust of William Shakespeare that overlooks the bustling shopping area.


Sophie’s Steakhouse

Established in 2009, Sophie’s is one of Theatre land’s most fashionable hot spots. Heaving with people 7 days a week, it’s always been a marquee Big Smoke venue. Standing between The Strand and Covent Garden, Sophie’s is popular with theatre goers, local workers, families, couples groups on a night out.


Curzon Soho

The Soho is a contender for London’s best cinema venue. People go there for the café and bar as well as what’s on screen. Every year it hosts film premieres, exclusive viewings, as well as Q & A sessions with filmmakers. As you walk out the door you can take a postcard from the Big Smoke Rack by the entrance for all to see.


The Tabernacle

One of West London’s most famous and unique social venues. This converted church hosts music gigs, art events, photography exhibitions, theatre showings and is a major heartbeat in the Notting Hill community.


East Street

Set up near Oxford Street in 2013 by a couple of Manchester Students, East Street is a thriving restaurant and social hang out. Specialising in street food from Thailand, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and China, this is the place for quality food from the Far East. Expect the name to grow and more to open across London.


Café Mode/Top Secret Comedy Club

Located downstairs from Café Mode on Drury Lane, it’s far less of a secret than it used to be. Some of the world’s most recognised comedians gig there, and if you fancy a bite to eat before the gig then upstairs at Café Mode does some of the best pizzas in town!


University of Arts

With the Big Smoke postcard rack right on the doorway of the campus, we display impressions to hundreds of students every week. The university is based in Curtain Road in the heart of Shoreditch and plays host to a wide range of events and shows. It’s not just a place to advertise from, but also a venue to advertise to the public.


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