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Le Mas Candille

As the 70th Cannes Film Festival kicks off, Lydia Manch steers away from the chaos of the Croisette and heads…

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Le Mas Candille

As the 70th Cannes Film Festival kicks off, Lydia Manch steers away from the chaos of the Croisette and heads…

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A Uganda Safari

Still and calm, four lionesses sit down in the open plains of Murchison Falls national park, north Uganda. Their golden…

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Casanova

Northern Ballet has gone all 50 Shades. Don’t panic: you won’t have to sit awkwardly next to your family members,…

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Casanova

Northern Ballet has gone all 50 Shades. Don’t panic: you won’t have to sit awkwardly next to your family members,…

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The Eyes of My Mother

The Eyes of My Mother looked so unnerving that I actually avoided it at the London Film Festival when its…

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Nicholas Hytner’s Don Carlo

Don Carlo is sometimes described as Verdi’s masterpiece. It is equally often referred to as a “problem” opera. Both statements…

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Angels in America

‘Greetings, prophet. The great work has begun.’ Tony Kushner’s epic two-part drama, written in 1992, deals with Big Themes. Although…

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Galvin Bistrot De Luxe

‘Would you like to come and visit Galvin Bistrot?’ the email said. I’m not made of stone. I thought back…

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Galvin Bistrot De Luxe

‘Would you like to come and visit Galvin Bistrot?’ the email said. I’m not made of stone. I thought back…

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Galvin Bistrot De Luxe

‘Would you like to come and visit Galvin Bistrot?’ the email said. I’m not made of stone. I thought back…

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Summer Turns Stylish: T-lab

The grey skies may belie the close of Spring but there’s been a distinct warmth in the air. Time, you…

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Tuscan Warmth at Diciannove

Outside it’s wet and grizzlingly damp, and there’s a medium-Arctic edge to the rain. There might not be a bad…

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Tales from The Oriental

A glorious night of Epicurean delights charts a remarkable journey for a remarkable wine. In the latest of his Tales…