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Sea Dreaming

There’s a divinity that shapes our ends, rough-hew them how we will. Sometimes, it seems as if these ends are…

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Whitechapel Gallery: Nelson and Tuttle

Known for his atmospheric, immersive installations, renowned contemporary British artist Mike Nelson has transformed the space within the Whitechapel gallery…

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Swan Lake at London Coliseum

The remarkable choreography of Derek Deane’s Swan Lake is once again being revived by English National Ballet at the London…

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A Most Violent Year

A Most Violent Year is the best film you’ve ever seen about the heating oil industry in Brooklyn in 1981,…

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The Way Back Home

My smugness disappeared rapidly as the box office chap tapped away fruitlessly at his computer. “You sure you’ve booked for…

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Bar Boulud

When it comes to the gastronomic offering at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, both journalists and the public alike salivate…

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Bar Boulud

When it comes to the gastronomic offering at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, both journalists and the public alike salivate…

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Culinary Calendar: January

Just as shop windows spend this month trying to tempt us with the last chance to buy some winter woolies,…

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The Great Grouse Run 2014

Simon Davis, the chef at The Yew Tree in Highclere, celebrates the Glorious 12th – and the start of the…

The Tailor
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Sitting Pretty

Chair and chair like? Not if you’re reclining in one of the bespoke numbers from Lambert & Stamp, a company who really put the “up” in upholstery. We recently hosted an event for them at Elder St – the founder/designer, Ed Lefroy, is an old friend and client – in order to show off their […]

In Other Matters
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Oscar’s Night at 45 Park Lane

With the Awards Season and the 87th Academy Awards fast approaching, Dorchester Collection’s contemporary London hotel 45 Park Lane is…