Love and Friendship. Directed by Whit Stillman

'Lady Susan Vernon (Kate Beckinsale), recently widowed, is a plotter and schemer, and has an unenviable reputation that precedes her.' Dan Carrier gives Love and Friendship, 5 stars. Read on to find out why...

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The BP exhibition Sunken cities: Egypt’s lost worlds – the British Museum’s first large-scale exhibition of underwater archaeological discoveries – is now open for an extended six-month run.
The original denizens of Highgate’s most illustrious addresses were often as philanthropic as they were rich. So what has changed? Dan Carrier asks Professor Richard Webber.
It takes a particular kind of courage, after you’ve survived a violent street mugging by two unidentified men, to volunteer to help run a book club in a men’s high-security prison.
Samuel Adamson’s Michael Morpurgo adaptation hammers home the abusive palm oil industry underpinning most products in our shopping basket...
Ruth Gorb talks to needlewoman Anna Pearson, whose unique tapestries – inspired by the architecture seen on her travels – are about to go on exhibition.
SKA music, the original Jamaican export that swept through the UK in the mid-1960s, was one of the reasons Camden Town became the go-to place for British musical acts, long before the Britpop scene exploded, writes Dan Carrier.
The Savannah surprised me. I expected a bland, corporate restaurant best avoided by clued-up locals. But the menu is exciting and prices about the same as most gastro pubs...
Romanian composer George Enescu’s masterpiece Oedipe has made it to the Royal Opera House, writes Sebastian Taylor.
An evening celebration of Jonathan Miller’s outstanding work for English National Opera is being held at the Coliseum in November, writes Sebastian Taylor.
Yayoi Kusama has been delighting audiences with her mirrored infinity rooms since the mid-1960s, and her latest exhibition generously gives us three rooms to be absorbed within...