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The Illuminating City

Here at the Arb, we love Paris. So much so we’ve a Paris correspondent. But that doesn’t stop our team visiting…

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Die Zauberflote at the ROH

There is some irony in the fact that women are totally disenfranchised in the court of Sarastro in Mozart’s Die…

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Ishq at Sadler’s Wells

The audience last night at Sadler’s Wells was almost as colourful as the performers on stage – there was a…

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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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Die Zauberflote at the ROH

There is some irony in the fact that women are totally disenfranchised in the court of Sarastro in Mozart’s Die…

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Salad Days

Directed by Bryan Hodgson, this is the fourth revival of 1950s musical Salad Days, currently on tour direct from London’s award-winning Union…

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Rex Whistler at the Tate

The links between art and food are pervasive. Still lives of fruit and kitchen scenes have been a well-known part…

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Rex Whistler at the Tate

The links between art and food are pervasive. Still lives of fruit and kitchen scenes have been a well-known part…

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Rex Whistler at the Tate

The links between art and food are pervasive. Still lives of fruit and kitchen scenes have been a well-known part…

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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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A King with Feet of Clay

The 74th Venice Film Festival opens this week, at which Robert Redford is being honoured with a special Golden Lion…