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Seaham Hall, Durham

Alice Payne tries a spa experience that harnesses coastal healing for extra relaxation… Powerful, rumbling vibrations are forming and fading…

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Seaham Hall, Durham

Alice Payne tries a spa experience that harnesses coastal healing for extra relaxation… Powerful, rumbling vibrations are forming and fading…

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Daydreaming in Blue: Anguilla

Blue is my overriding memory of Anguilla. From its transparent turquoise waters and cloudless cyan skies, to the aqua beach…

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Anatomy of a Fall

Director turned film critic, Paul Joyce, casts his eyes over the BAFTA-winning and Oscar-nominated Anatomy of a Fall… Perhaps my…

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Elisabeth Frink: A View From Within

Dame Elisabeth Frink, one of Britain’s most important post-war sculptors, and arguably its greatest female sculptor, died on April 18th,…

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Pina Bausch at Sadler’s Wells

In contemporary dance circles, Pina Bausch is iconic, her style quite unlike any other choreographer and the demands she makes…

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The Barber of Seville at ENO

When the curtain rose on Jonathan Miller’s Barber at the Coliseum this week, the lantern-lit streets of old Seville and…

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Tess

The company Ockham’s Razor takes its name from a principle devised by the medieval philosopher, William of Ockham. Very simply,…

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Roka Mayfair

Very few restaurants in London last five years, let alone two decades. And so, when they manage to extend their…

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Roka Mayfair

Very few restaurants in London last five years, let alone two decades. And so, when they manage to extend their…

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Roka Mayfair

Very few restaurants in London last five years, let alone two decades. And so, when they manage to extend their…