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May 2018 articles

Tom Kidd, founder and managing director of London’s Adventure Bar cocktail chain, is embarrassed to tell me what his favourite [...]

21 May
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Adapting Ian McEwan’s languorous, dreamy prose, in which his omniscient narrators gently probe the folds of his characters’ [...]

18 May
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Photo London at Somerset House brings together artists, galleries, auction houses and museums from across the world to give our [...]

18 May
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The man who cuts my hair has seen the first Deadpool movie 18 times – he plans to make it a nice, round 20 before he watches [...]

18 May
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Somewhere in a darkroom in Washington DC, between the years of 1935 and 1944, Roy Stryker of the Farm Security Administration [...]

17 May
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Jim Ratcliffe, the CEO of chemicals giant Ineos, has been crowned the UK's richest man. [...]

13 May
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It’s not really fair to judge an animated film by the misdeeds of one of its voice actors, but there’s something uncomfortable [...]

10 May
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The increasingly madcap schemes of technology companies and a certain US President have got us all thinking about the future. [...]

10 May
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There aren’t many actors who can boast as prolific or complete a career as the great John Hurt. [...]

10 May
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Anyone who’s seen my browsing history will know that I can stare at pretty dresses for a long time. But there’s something [...]

10 May
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Gander & White, a Royal Warrant holder that provides shipping services to art dealers, private collectors and museums around [...]

10 May
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Anime fans will rejoice at the return of Studio Ghibli alumni Hiromasa Yonebashi to the big screen. He follows the critically [...]

4 May
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There are few things that are certain in Hollywood, but you can at least rely on Diablo Cody and Jason Reitman to produce something [...]

4 May
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Three years on from the terrific Trainwreck, Amy Schumer takes several steps backward with this high-concept comedy that’s [...]

4 May
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Neil Gaiman’s short story about a young punk who meets an interdimensional alien in 1970s Croydon would seem to be perfect [...]

4 May
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