Meet London's night czar Amy Lamé

Daniel Gumble

Amy Lamé has been in office for around three months when we meet at Soho venue The Social. And to say it’s been a whirlwind 12 weeks for the capital’s first night czar would be a gross understatement.

Tasked with turning London into a 24-hour city, saving ailing venues, helping new ones to launch, boosting the night time economy and extending the night tube service are just a few of the challenges Lamé faces, not to mention the small matter ...

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