Customers rave about these family-friendly luxury cottages in the gorgeous Devon countryside complete with indoor and outdoor pools, tennis court and play area
Iconic 80s album artwork for Eurythmics, Bryan Ferry and Tina Turner goes on show at a Clerkenwell Gallery
A riotous, innuendo-laden reworking of the classic fairytale will have you laughing out loud.
Last year saw the successful return of classical music concerts to Kenwood House after a break of five years.
Vulnerable young people are given a voice to tell their own gutwrenching story of the terrifying exploitation of children to sell drugs.
Versailles and Merlin star Alex Vlahos takes on the double role of Mr Darling and Captain Hook in an updated version of JM Barrie’s original play
Second in the series is a mid-franchise muddle of convoluted back stories with some stunning sequences
Creepy child witches and a sinister janitor give Polly Findlay’s modern-dress Macbeth an unsettling edge
Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams makes a superb stage debut as a fiery teenager discovering her place in the world through poetry and music
A thoughtful, intelligent dramatisation of Virginia Woolf’s novel is marred by jarring theatrical gimmicks
It might be obvious to point out, but one of the trademark motifs of the ‘Theatre of the Absurd’ is exaggeration.
Laura Wade’s entertaining relationship drama examines the appeal of a retreat from complexity to the more defined certainties of the 50s.
Independent salon Margaux offers gallic flair plus hair care with few chemicals
Puttering up the Norfolk Broads on a sunny bank holiday weekend can be like a waterlogged version of Oxford Street.
Weather was a mixed bag but a good time was had by all at this eclectic mix of village fete, rave and family friendly music festival
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Barry Humphries plays himself as the witty erudite host of the decadent entertainment of 1930s Berlin
A comical modern dress production has an environmental theme that perfectly marries the play’s ideas of natural utopias with the idyllic Regent’s Park setting
Bridget Galton gives a four star review.
A meal out is never simply about food these days, with the trend for all things immersive spreading to the humble three course meal.
A topical revival of unsung expressionist play inspired by the real life case of Ruth Snyder who killed her abusive husband
A tender and intimate revival of Brian Friel’s epic tale of love and language in rural 1830s Ireland
Mural artist and sculptor Louis Masai explains his mission to raise awareness of animals facing extinction
A Georgian lady’s slipper, a Lifeguard’s boot and a sheep’s shoe are among the historic footwear from the London College of Fashion on display at historic Hackney house
Enjoy the first glimmer of sun and try a Nevada Colada at the Shoreditch fun-house’s futuristic Vegas-themed rooftop
Coombes’ third solo offers bold and ambitious songwriting that sometimes hits the spot.
Recorder virtuoso Lydia Gosnell will be coming home when her quartet play the Hackney Proms next month.
“Perhaps only in Britain could one succeed in writing a thriller about the weather,” observed David Haig who both wrote and stars in this little-known true story about D-Day.
Sharon D Clarke’s formidable Caroline inhabits a basement laundry that she compares to hell or being underwater. Trudging between washer and dryer, she wonders how she wound up so tired and downtrodden at 39
The story sees Turner Prize-winning YBA artist Simon Dykes wake up after a wild night of drugs, booze and sex to find himself and his girlfriend have become apes, running at the Arcola until April 21
Fostering older teenagers means giving them the skills for life as an adult. Here, a supportive lodgings carer with Islington Council and young adult who has left care share their stories
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