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JUST OPENED: THE CARETAKER
Jonathan Pryce stars in this hotly anticipated rendering of Harold Pinter’s sixth play.?It’s the late Pinter at his best, in a spare, super-tense story revolving around a mentally-challenged man called Aston; a tramp called Davies, whom Aston brings home to his attic room and Aston’s responsible younger brother Mick. Not to be missed. 12 Jan-17 Apr; tickets from £50. At Trafalgar Studios, 14 Whitehall, W1A 2DY, to book go to www.trafalgar-studios.co.uk

BAFTA TEA AT THE DORCHESTER
Book in now for a glitzy afternoon tea in honour of the BAFTA awards in March. Tea-takers will be given a copy of that morning’s nominations announcement and a bag of goodies from Charles Worthington, Hotel Chocolat and Lancôme. Tea kicks off with a glass of Taittinger fizz and continues with sandwiches, homemade scones and a selection of delectable pastries. 21 Jan at 2.15pm and 4.45pm, sittings £48.00. To book, call The Dorchester on 020 7629 888

“PAY WHAT YOU FEEL” AT BABYLON
When charitable “pay what you feel” offers appear, it’s our moral duty to snap them up. Babylon at Kensington Roof Gardens, which serves award-winning modern European food has one for lunch or dinner on 25 January as part of a fundraising initiative in support of the London Marathon. Throughout the day, lunch and dinner will have their usual price tags but it’s up to you to get it right with your conscience. On 25 Jan only, 7th Floor, The Roof Gardens, 99 Kensington High Street, W8 5SA