Food and Drink
Peruvian shabby chic with an exotic touch - Pachamama

Our city boasts the best restaurants in Europe, but in South America it’s the Peruvians, apparently, that rule the roost...

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Photographer Gemma Levine explains to Dan Carrier how a meeting with sculptor Henry Moore led to her chronicling his work.
A concert to raise funds for the St Mungo’s Broadway homeless charity is being held in the Paul Hamlyn Hall at the Royal Opera House on Monday afternoon. (May 25th)
As Camden Rocks approaches, Roisin Gadelrab catches up with Finsbury Park quintet, Fearless Vampire Killers, who play Dingwalls as part of the event.
The 19th Opera Holland Park season opens early next month providing Londoners with their own 'garden opera'
Violinist Nicola Benedetti set to form part of LSO's festival, with a performance in June.
Rosamund Pike’s stand-out performance in the film adaptation of the novel Gone Girl showed a new steel to her acting repertoire.
Doran’s production, moving seamlessly between memory and present, grips in a way that makes a long play seem a short one. Don’t miss it.
It is no wonder the prolific author and journalist AN Wilson, who briefly studied for the priesthood after university experiences that left him dazzled, has wobbled in his belief.
Earl Haig Hall in Crouch End is one of north London’s happening places. And next Friday (May 29) it will be the venue for a great music charity event fundraising for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
This documentary talks of the moves against the Iraq war, focusing particularly on the day in the spring of 2003 when more than two million people took to the streets in London.