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St Ives: Of Foodies and Fishermen

Aah, the great British summer. Benchmarked by seaside holidays, soaked barbecues, A303 traffic and optimism, can there be a more…

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While the Sun Shines

While the Sun Shines, Terrence Rattigan’s eighth play, first premièred in 1943 to rave reviews before running for over a…

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Venus Reborn

I’m at the V&A museum, in London’s Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, to sample an ‘artistic experience’ organised by…

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Northern Ballet’s Jane Eyre

In the year of Charlotte Brontë’s 200th birthday, a celebration of her best-known work, Jane Eyre, seems highly appropriate. Especially…

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High Rise

Ben Wheatley’s career to date has been fascinating, quickly establishing him as a singular auteur with strong work like Kill…

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While the Sun Shines

While the Sun Shines, Terrence Rattigan’s eighth play, first premièred in 1943 to rave reviews before running for over a…

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Tokimeitē

The board outside Tokimeitē on Mayfair’s Conduit Street, the latest venture from Michelin-starred Kyoto chef Yoshihiro Murata, might not convey…

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Tokimeitē

The board outside Tokimeitē on Mayfair’s Conduit Street, the latest venture from Michelin-starred Kyoto chef Yoshihiro Murata, might not convey…

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Signal Restaurant, Cape Town

Out of season, Cape Town is a wonderful place to visit. It’s not so crowded, infinitely less hot and windy,…

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Tokimeitē

The board outside Tokimeitē on Mayfair’s Conduit Street, the latest venture from Michelin-starred Kyoto chef Yoshihiro Murata, might not convey…

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Port Eliot Festival 2016

As Napoleon cocked an eye at the disappearing Cornish coast, an ancient estate caught his attention. “Enfin, ce beau pays”,…

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The Man from Davidoff

NICK HAMMOND takes one for the team – and agrees to a cigar interview on an idyllic Caribbean beach. Tough…

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Hollywood in Cashmere

Hollywood has long been a source of creative inspiration, the public regarding film stars of past and present as beacons…

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The Tweed Run

Sartorial splendour comes in many forms. NICK HAMMOND recommends trying on an old friend for a new you…  Ah. The…

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Port Eliot Festival 2016

As Napoleon cocked an eye at the disappearing Cornish coast, an ancient estate caught his attention. “Enfin, ce beau pays”,…