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For the Love of the Loire

‘My vintages are like my children. I treat them exactly the same, yet each one turns out different.’ Evelyne de…

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Ten Times Table

The inaugural production of Bill Kenwright’s The Classic Comedy Theatre Company and the team behind The Agatha Christie Company, The…

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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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The Royal Ballet’s Coppélia

Director of The Royal Ballet, Kevin O’Hare, has thankfully chosen to revive Dame Ninette de Valois’s glorious Coppélia; uniting world…

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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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& Juliet

Backstreet Boys. Britney. Bon Jovi. An eclectic list with two things in common; all have had hits masterminded by Swedish…

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Ten Times Table

The inaugural production of Bill Kenwright’s The Classic Comedy Theatre Company and the team behind The Agatha Christie Company, The…

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The Unrepeatable: The Glenrothes 40

One of the first things you notice about The Glenrothes is the bottle. There’s something wonderfully ergonomic about it, it’s…

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The Ivy Oxford Brasserie

‘Have you got your Ivy yet?’ Since I moved to Oxford at the beginning of the year, worried friends had…

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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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My Three Kings this Christmas

I’ve always been fascinated by the Magi, the three wise men, bringing their gifts for the infant Christ. As I…

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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…

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My Three Kings this Christmas

I’ve always been fascinated by the Magi, the three wise men, bringing their gifts for the infant Christ. As I…