Neil Gaiman’s genre-defining graphic opus The Sandman tells the tale of the eponymous lord of dreams. After breaking free from decades of imprisonment he metes out on his captor the worst punishment he can think of – eternal waking.
■ Theatrewise, the Barbican is on fire. Currently running is a hugely acclaimed production of Mikhael Bulgakov’s classic Soviet satire, The Master and Margarita, staged by Simon McBurney’s award-winning company Complicite.
THE Nissan Micra is not a car that usually sets hearts racing. But with the latest DIG-S model, Nissan is hoping to persuade commuters that you don’t need to buy a a diesel-powered car to achieve great mileage.
● One of the most iconic teas in the world, The Ritz’s afternoon cake fest in the Palm Court has just been relaunched with a twist: the smoked salmon sandwich is enhanced with lemon-infused butter between freshly baked rye bread; cheddar is served
HAVING recently visited nearby Malaysia, I thought I had a fair idea of what to expect from the Philippines. A bustling Asian melting pot where a hotchpotch of cultures, religions and cuisines collide in the middle of the Indian ocean, right?
HEAD SOMMELIER AND MANAGER OF LUTYENS RESTAURANT
It is budget time and so, rather than allow my anger at yet another rise in alcohol duty get the better of me, let us take a quick look at how wine duty works.
LONDON MAYOR Boris Johnson has revealed that Chelsfield, the property firm run by Sir Stuart Lipton, has been picked for the fiercely contested £1.2bn regeneration of Silvertown Quays in London’s East End.