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Neruda - An Interview with Gael Garcia Bernal

Neruda - An Interview with Gael Garcia Bernal

7 April 2017

We speak to actor Gael Garcial Bernal about his new film, the daring and politically charged Neruda.

Top 5 Book Releases of April

Top 5 Book Releases of April

6 April 2017

Here are the five titles that will be released in April that we can’t wait to read.

‘A cabinet of rarities’: the Curious Collections of Sir Thomas Browne

‘A cabinet of rarities’: the Curious Collections of Sir Thomas Browne

5 April 2017

One of the most influential figures in English history that you may never have heard of, Sir Thomas Browne, is explored in this exhibition full of curiousities.

April in London: Music

April in London: Music

4 April 2017

The capital’s music calendar is on typically diverse form this month, with events lined up to suit all tastes and temperaments.

April in London: Cafe, Restaurant and Bar Openings

April in London: Cafe, Restaurant and Bar Openings

3 April 2017

Warning: Don't read this when you're hungry. We pick out the best new food and drink spots keeping you satisfied through April.

April in London: Top Literary Events

April in London: Top Literary Events

2 April 2017

Bookworms and regular readers listen up, we have the best literary events coming up in London in April.

April in London: Things to do with the Family

April in London: Things to do with the Family

1 April 2017

From Easter egg trails through to enjoying classical music with your baby, there are plenty of fun, cultural events to see you through the entire Easter Holiday and beyond.

Richard Mosse’s Incoming at Barbican Centre

Richard Mosse’s Incoming at Barbican Centre

31 March 2017

A deeply suggestive and aesthetically striking project reflecting on the way Europe today perceives ‘the refugee’.

April in London: Theatre

April in London: Theatre

31 March 2017

It’s that time of the month again… Roll up, roll up, for the best and brightest in London theatre.

Top 5 - Alternative Team Sports To Try In Spring!

Top 5 - Alternative Team Sports To Try In Spring!

30 March 2017

Spring means enjoying the better weather and trying new things! We’ve gone deep-diving through London’s athletic community and found a few sports for you to pick up from scratch.

‘Being haunted by the past is something I’m creatively turned on by’ - An Interview with Brian J Smith

‘Being haunted by the past is something I’m creatively turned on by’ - An Interview with Brian J Smith

29 March 2017

We spoke to Stargate Universe and Sense 8 actor about his latest role in the Glass Menagerie, the roles that most inspire him and the surprising purchase he made with his first acting paycheck.

Free Fire - An Interview with Ben Wheatley

Free Fire - An Interview with Ben Wheatley

28 March 2017

Ben Wheatley’s films are sick and twisted in the best way possible. We talk to him about his latest film, Free Fire.

The Best Places to Watch the Boat Race in London

The Best Places to Watch the Boat Race in London

26 March 2017

Whether you're Oxford, Cambridge or (literally) somewhere in between, find out the best places to watch the Boat Race 2017.

Deutsche Börse Prize Exhibition at the Photographers’ Gallery

Deutsche Börse Prize Exhibition at the Photographers’ Gallery

25 March 2017

This diverse exhibition takes in landscapes, travel diaries and post-modern self-portraits.

Walk of Shame – An Interview with Eleanor Conway

Walk of Shame – An Interview with Eleanor Conway

24 March 2017

Sex, sambucca and Tinder. Take the walk of shame with Eleanor Conway in her hilariously confessional stand-up show.

‘Ultimately, my music is for the people, we’re the ones who need it’ – An Interview with Jeff Parker

‘Ultimately, my music is for the people, we’re the ones who need it’ – An Interview with Jeff Parker

24 March 2017

We speak to renowned American jazz musician Jeff Parker about his latest project The New Breed, unearthing lost recordings and the importance of family in his work.