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The Angel of Abergavenny

Some staycations simply have to be done. We all have our favourite spot in Cornwall, returned to whenever the prospect…

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Finding Tranquilo in Trancoso

Among the popular spots along Brazil’s coastline, Alice Payne seeks out somewhere beyond the crowds, and discovers the country’s chicest beach…

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Truly Darkly Deeply

This is the first book I’ve read by Victoria Selman and my goodness what a baptism of fire! A brilliant…

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La rondine at If Opera

We might have had tickets to an opera set in Paris, but this joyously small music festival couldn’t have offered…

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Chasing Hares at the Young Vic

Sonali Bhattacharyya’s Chasing Hares is, make no bones about it, a political play. It won Theatre Uncut’s Political Playwriting Prize…

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Penny Squares

Restaurants inside hotels don’t – at least generally speaking – get many accolades, especially in a city like London. Their…

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Penny Squares

Restaurants inside hotels don’t – at least generally speaking – get many accolades, especially in a city like London. Their…

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Penny Squares

Restaurants inside hotels don’t – at least generally speaking – get many accolades, especially in a city like London. Their…

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Why We Queue for a Queen

We are a nation of followers. That’s why we queue.  Edward de Bono, the lateral thinker whose life I researched,…

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Why We Queue for a Queen

We are a nation of followers. That’s why we queue.  Edward de Bono, the lateral thinker whose life I researched,…