Moving to Mars at the Design Museum, London. A planet for a new generation?

What does space travel, and the idea of moving to Mars, seem like from today’s perspective? When we’re more concerned than ever about the state…

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London Pantomimes 2019. Plan your Christmas in London!

If you’re spending Christmas in London with kids, a sure way to make it special is to see one of the excellent London Pantomimes 2019…

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Beasts of London at the Museum of London

Kate Moss as a fox, Brian Blessed as a bacterium and Stephen Mangan as a horse. No, it’s not the latest big-screen blockbuster animation. It’s…

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Free things to do in London at Christmas: 2019

London can be an expensive place to visit, not least at Christmas. But, as someone who’s lived in the UK capital for 20 years, I’ve…

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Where to see fireworks in London 2019: the best firework displays for bonfire night

Remember, remember the 5th of November: gunpowder, treason and plot. The first recorded instance of fireworks in London was back in 1605. The British tradition…

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Reviewed: The Falcon’s Malteser by Anthony Horowitz at The Vaults, London

Anthony Horowitz is a clever writer. His creations range from episodes of 1980s TV fantasy series Robin of Sherwood, to new Sherlock Holmes and James…

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What to expect from a Cutty Sark afternoon tea

The Cutty Sark in Greenwich, London is the world’s only surviving tea clipper. Back in the 19th Century, the tall, elegant ship was designed to…

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Transit by FLIP Fabrique at Underbelly Festival, London. A review

The slogan of Québécois circus troupe FLIP Fabrique is, ‘we do circus’. But from what I saw at Transit, the show that’s currently playing at…

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Intelligent robots at the Barbican Centre, London. AI: More Than Human – a review

In today’s society, where do humans end, and robots begin? Can computer systems out-think humans, or conjure up works of art more creative and vivid…

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