OnBlackheath I headed to leafy south-east London this past weekend for one of the last summer festivals, OnBlackheath. The festival is sponsored by John Lewis and its fourth year. What makes the festival different is that it caters for all ages. A sea of families, running toddlers, strollers and Hello Kitty balloons welcomed me. With an array of activities to keep the children occupied, if I had any, this would also be a festival I would comfortable take them to.


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Basement Jaxx Although now a heritage dance act dating back to the 1990s, Basement Jaxx have certainly maintained a strong following, as proved by what looks like a sold out gig at the large Academy 1.


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