New music to listen to this week: High Tyde. OK so I'm dubious about the name but I think it's going to grow on me, and the music they're putting out is catchy in a Don Broco kind of way.
The Entertainer, Garrick Theatre, 'Kenneth Branagh rises to the occasion'. Kenneth Branagh has never been shy of shadowing the career of Laurence Olivier – from his 1989 film of Henry V to his recent
After the phenomenal success of her debut, A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing (2013), Eimear McBride’s new novel is less the literary equivalent of a tricky second album and more like a game of two halves.
Geordie Willis is creative director at renowned fine wine and spirits merchants Berry Bros. & Rudd in St. James’s Street, Pall Mall. Founded in 1698, it is the UK’s oldest family-run wine merchant and supplier of wines
Sitting Bull, Buffalo Bill and the circus of lies - A new book describes how Native American culture was consumed and repackaged by show business. Its author, Eric Vuillard, explores into the relationship
"Can we go and see the lights?" Generations of families have grown up cherishing a visit to the Blackpool Illuminations, the fabulous fantasy light show that's been an annual fixture for a century now at the end of
For a little sophistication on a Saturday morning, head to the design centre of the capital for pleasantly fussy dishes and an eclectic mix of cocktails at Clerkenwell’s The Modern Pantry. Run by Anna Hansen
Medicine is the surprise nonfiction genre of the moment. Books by distinguished practitioners Henry Marsh, Atul Gawande, Gavin Francis, and Samer Nashef have brought the culture of medicine into mainstream
In 2008, a report claimed to know the identity of notorious street artist Banksy (spoilers: his name is reportedly Robin Gunningham). Earlier this year, a scientific study analysed everything publically known
There’s a satisfying continuity of texture, temperament and themes between Skeleton Tree and its predecessor, 2013’s Push The Sky Away – despite the awful intercession, in the intervening years