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The Old Parsonage, Oxford

The clichés of Oxford as a city of dreaming spires, punting and ivy-clad college quads have been somewhat thrown into…

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RSC’s Queen Anne

No one really remembers much about Queen Anne. When I announced to colleagues where I was headed before the opening…

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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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Midsummer Prom: Iford Arts 2017

There’s nothing like a prom to get you feeling patriotic, even in Brexit-negotiation Britain. However, I’m for a decidedly less…

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RSC’s Queen Anne

No one really remembers much about Queen Anne. When I announced to colleagues where I was headed before the opening…

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Zheng, Chelsea

Last month I got an invitation in my inbox to visit Zheng, Chelsea. A new Malaysian-Chinese restaurant in South Ken…

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Nobu Monte-Carlo

Nobu London was the first European venture for the celebrated Japanese chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, opened at The Metropolitan Hotel on Park…

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Zheng, Chelsea

Last month I got an invitation in my inbox to visit Zheng, Chelsea. A new Malaysian-Chinese restaurant in South Ken…

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Tales from The Oriental

A peck of pepper, the crack of cardamom, sugar, spice and all things nice – that’s NICK HAMMOND as he…

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Evarae Swimwear

With temperatures rising and summer upon us, there is no better time to discover some new swimwear for a sunshine…

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Tales from The Oriental

A peck of pepper, the crack of cardamom, sugar, spice and all things nice – that’s NICK HAMMOND as he…