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Tel Aviv: The Spring Hill

In the first of a two-part feature for the Easter weekend, Larry sets off for Israel, embracing both its ancient…

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Tel Aviv: The Spring Hill

In the first of a two-part feature for the Easter weekend, Larry sets off for Israel, embracing both its ancient…

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Handbagged

Following Peter Morgan’s The Audience last year starring HRH Helen Mirren, and the ‘future history’ production of King Charles III that recently premiered at…

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Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined

The Royal Academy makes a successful break from its usual formula as it invites seven contemporary architects to transform its Beaux-Arts galleries…

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Nutcracker

It doesn’t get much more festive than a trip to see Nutcracker, but this English National Ballet production takes every…

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The Grand Budapest Hotel

With the “Grand Budapest Hotel” director Wes Anderson has scored himself a niche as one of the most singular film-makers…

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La fille du régiment

Dame Kiri Te Kanawa performs for the last time at the Royal Opera House in Donizetti’s La fille du régiment…

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Handbagged

Following Peter Morgan’s The Audience last year starring HRH Helen Mirren, and the ‘future history’ production of King Charles III that recently premiered at…

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Rextail

As we descend into the subterranean dining room at Rextail, leaving behind the cold of a spring night, the insistent,…

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Rextail

As we descend into the subterranean dining room at Rextail, leaving behind the cold of a spring night, the insistent,…

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Culinary Calendar: April

With spring sprung, Aintree run, The Voice won and the boat race to come, we turn our hand to domestic…

The Tailor
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The Boat Race

It happens to be held at my end of London, a short paddle from Richmond, and the annual Oxford v…

In Other Matters
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A Champagne Concerto

I first had this notion while chatting with a Turkish rock star in Istanbul, when I tried to draw analogies…