When actor Christopher Douglas stumbled on Cumberland Market he was determined to learn more about it. By Stephen Griffin.
IMPLYING as it does unremunerated toil, the term “labour of love” would be anathema to his most celebrated creation, Ed Reardon, but that’s probably the best description of Christ
LOVING poetry is one thing, writing it another, a strictly personal, almost indulgent emotional process, sometimes ecstatic, other times painful, according to the Hampstead poet Jeremy Robson (pict
As legendary photographer David Bailey’s exhibition opens in Soho, he tells Dan Carrier that his images are no ‘romantic lament’
DAVID Bailey has spent more than five decades photographing the great and the beautiful – but his lens has also captured objects and sights that do not lend themselves to traditional concepts
THEY have scaled heights and explored underground.
AS a fitting testament to the part it played in the cultural and political history of modern Britain, the UK’s first black bookshop will be celebrating its 50th birthday at the British Librar
Roy Hudd in Mother Goose at Wilton’s Music Hall. Fun for all ages in this festive classic written specially for Wilton’s by the legendary comic.
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