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Rubens Pan and Syrinx

Review: Rubens and His Legacy at the Royal Academy

Fri, 23 Jan 2015

Rubens dazzles, but why are so few of the works by him?

Sigmar Polke at Tate Modern

Five great cultural things to do in London in January

Wed, 7 Jan 2015

Moya Maxwell, chair of Unique Venues of London, picks the best of the bunch


This beautiful video shows London in timelapses by 40 photographersVideo

Wed, 17 Dec 2014

Gosh – London can look beautiful sometimes, can’t it?

Police posters index

The story behind the posters everywhere saying police are "really racist"

Tue, 16 Dec 2014

“We caused the 2011 riots by shooting dead an unarmed civilian and then lying about it. And we got away with it.”


Remember, remember! 5 awesome things to do in London in November

Fri, 31 Oct 2014

From sexology to skating, there’s more to November than orange leaves and pink skies

Pieter and Johannes Blaeus’ ‘Pascaarte van alle de Zee-custen van Europa’ from 1677 (£600,000)

Check out these beautiful antique maps - some are worth more than houses!

Tue, 14 Oct 2014

Centuries-old rarities come to London for Frieze Masters

William Shakespeare

Today's news in rhyming couplets, in honour of National Poetry Day

Thu, 2 Oct 2014

In honour of National Poetry Day, the team have responded in the only sensible way, and done the news of the day in rhyming couplets.

Sherlock Holmes

Amazing things to do in London this October

Tue, 30 Sep 2014

Sherlock, Strictly, satire and sartorialism - there’s something for everyone this month. Moya Maxwell picks her faves

Constable Hay Wain

Preview - Constable: The Making of a Master at the V&A

Thu, 18 Sep 2014

Constable has long occupied a tranquil, homely corner in the hearts of British art lovers. His leafy landscapes are famed for their easy celebration of the quiet drama of the countryside. His winding rivers and relaxed rural scenes seem to be straightforward recreations of idealised natural beauty.

Charlie chaplin violin

John Nugent: There's no downside to live music in the cinema

Fri, 12 Sep 2014

Our film columnist can’t get enough of the trend for live musical scores at film screenings in London

Turner Burial at Sea

Preview: Late Turner at the Tate – an electric exhibition of the master’s most exhilarating period

Wed, 10 Sep 2014

There is no better story than that of triumph over adversity, and little can engender public adoration more effectively than an unlikely hero.

The Great Riover Race - rowing boat

Five great things to do in London this September

Tue, 9 Sep 2014

From music to oarsmanship to Ming, there’s loads going on in London this month. Moya Maxwell picks her favourites