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  • Everything you need to know to get up-to-the-minute content from Time Out with RSS feeds

  • What are RSS feeds?
    RSS web feeds allow you to choose your favourite content on the sites you browse and subscribe to updates, so you never miss out on events news, features, gigs or tickets. They are automatically updated as stories are added to the Time Out London site, and offer an easy way to get the latest information about what's on in London. Add feeds to your RSS reader (eg Bloglines, Firefox live bookmarks) or start page (eg iGoogle, Netvibes) and create a menu of the content you use most.

    What do I need to be able to use them?
    You’ll need to choose and install a feed reader or set up your browser to receive feeds.

    Popular feed readers:

    For Windows: FeedDemon | NewzCrawler
    For Mac OS X: NewsFire | NetNews Wire

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    RSS feeds on Timeout.com
    You can subscribe to RSS feeds from www.timeout.com wherever you see the orange RSS icon: feed.gif

    Some of our most popular feeds include:

    London homepage highlights
    Music highlights
    London gig guide
    Clubs guide
    Latest comedy gigs
    Art critics' choice
    Gay & Lesbian - what's on

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6 comments

  1. Posted by sur on 21 Aug 2009 16:58

    A list of all available feeds with a brief summary for each would be nice. thanks

  2. Posted by MARTINS on 13 Aug 2009 17:47

    I NEED YOUR UPDATE DAYLY.

  3. Posted by RockyC on 23 Jul 2009 18:39

    Yes, I'd like some tickets and recommendations, too. And a aspirin? I've had a lump on my head the size of my head since I woke up this morning. Well, this afternoon. Thanks in advance. Rockyc

  4. Posted by N.L.R on 11 Jun 2009 14:00

    I'm planning to be in London on 17-19 July
    Could you suggest/recommend any theater show (no musical),
    Art exhibition ,walks, events, or any other caltural happening for those days
    Thanks
    N.L.R

  5. Posted by Trevor Sitch on 11 Mar 2009 17:26

    May I have 2 tickets for Overcoat please? Thanks

  6. Posted by Liz Wilson on 27 Oct 2008 12:08

    Please send me contact at time out so that you can include an event we have planned for new Art launch on Nov 11th. 2008. website for new launch is littleartbook.com.

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