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The Leeu Collection

I sit and stare at the long-eared hair across from me. His lithe bronze body bends forward, one sculpted paw…

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The Leeu Collection

I sit and stare at the long-eared hair across from me. His lithe bronze body bends forward, one sculpted paw…

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Van Gogh and Britain at the Tate

It’s an impressive feat to bring together 50 of Van Gogh’s works from private and public collections around the world,…

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Giselle at Sadler’s Wells

It takes a brave choreographer to refashion the greatest of all Romantic ballets, but in his “re-imagining” of Giselle, Akram…

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Hereditary

It’s been causing a stir in cinemas in the UK, with tales of faintings, walk-outs and night terrors. The scariest film…

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Posh

Opening to frantic sounds of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, Laura Wade’s biting British satire Posh is inspired by the infamous goings-on…

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Bambini Brunch at Fucina

As any parent of five-year old fire storms will testify, enjoying a meal out – and I stress ‘enjoying’, for…

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Bambini Brunch at Fucina

As any parent of five-year old fire storms will testify, enjoying a meal out – and I stress ‘enjoying’, for…

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Restaurant Uformel, Copenhagen

Tough breaks, being a Copenhagen restaurant. On the one hand, Copenhagen’s food scene. Imagine being a cog in that gearbox.…

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Bambini Brunch at Fucina

As any parent of five-year old fire storms will testify, enjoying a meal out – and I stress ‘enjoying’, for…

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A Covert to Covet

THE arrival – or at least the imminent threat of arrival – of Summer is somewhat bittersweet for me this…