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Andy Warhol, Marilyn Diptych (Tate Modern)

Prior to visiting the Tate Modern this week, I was fairly sure I was over Andy Warhol. His legacy is

March 16, 2020
Love, love, love at the Lyric

There’s a theory that, no matter how leftie and woke we might be in our youth, we all become Tories

March 13, 2020
Princelet Street, Spitalfields

Wander a little beyond the balti houses and beigel shops of Brick Lane, and you’ll soon come across the Spitalfields

March 13, 2020
Tunbridge Wells

Only three towns in England can call themselves ‘Royal’ – and Royal Tunbridge Wells, a town of 56,000 people which

March 13, 2020

Each week we ask a top chef about their life in food. This week: José Pizarro. Who are you?  I

March 11, 2020

He rose to fame as a stand-up comedian and became a household name playing The Thick of It’s hapless SpAd

March 11, 2020

Roddy Doyle is one of the most well known and beloved contemporary Irish authors. His work includes the Two Pints

March 11, 2020
Courtyard at Le Farnatchi

Personal space? In the souk, there’s no such thing. Belts. Bags. Trinkets. Shoes. Earthenware. Snakes. All will be thrust under

March 6, 2020

The first recorded use of the term “tree hugger” came in 1730, when a Hindu sect called the Bishnoi tried

March 6, 2020
Aubrey Beardsley at Tate Britain

“I am nothing if I am not grotesque,” Victorian illustrator Aubrey Beardsley once said when asked to explain his art.

March 6, 2020

Each week we pick the best places to wine and dine your favourite clients. WHAT IS IT? The Whitechapel Gallery

March 4, 2020

Sharp-suited Italian styling. A brawny all-American V8. A sumptuous wood-and-leather British interior. Oh, and probably the coolest car name ever

March 2, 2020

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