Back from extinction – Dinosaur live!

Back from extinction, book Dinosaur World Live tickets – on sale now! If you’ve been on the look-out for a roar-some interactive show for the whole family, then look no further than Dinosaur World Live. Tickets for this spectacular experience are just the thing for your dinosaur-obsessed kids (it’s okay … more

Fancy Crab in Marylebone

Try award-winning English fizz in the perfect setting of Arundel

If you ever thought it was impossible for England to produce sparkling wine that is a match for French champagne then you will be very surprised to know that you are wrong. Digby Fine English is producing world-class fizz with grapes (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier) grown in the … more

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What’s new at the IKON Gallery Birmingham

Ikon is open Tuesday – Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays, 11am – 5pm. Admission is free. For the latest news and events follow @ikongallery on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Ikon Gallery is supported using public funding from Arts Council England and Birmingham City Council. Click here to find out what … more

The Harcourt pub Marylebone opens after refurbishment

The Harcourt on Harcourt Street in London’s Marylebone, has reopened with newly refreshed interiors and menus by chef-director Henry Harris, in collaboration with head chef Kimmo Makkonen. The Harcourt, which opened in 2016, was the first site from Harcourt Inns, a collection of five pubs, founded by James McCulloch. Originally … more

Soak up the atmosphere at Dartington’s annual music extravaganza

Every year in one of the most beautiful parts of rural South Devon on the banks of the River Dart a wonderful extravaganza of music (and other arts) takes place. Dartington International Summer School & Festival announces 2019 Concert Programme curated by Joanna MacGregor 27 July – 24 August 2019 … more

Madam Pompadour in the Frame at Waddesdon Manor

This exhibition shines a spotlight on how technology is being used to enhance our understanding of art history, enabling masterpieces which have been victims of circumstance or history to be seen as they were once intended. François Boucher’s famous portrait of Madame de Pompadour (1756) is today one of the most prized … more

Blenheim Palace Flower Show in June

The ever-popular Blenheim Palace Flower Show will return for its seventh year, with TV’s George Clarke (The Home Show, The Restoration Man and George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces) officially opening the show at 10.00 on Friday 21st June. Join us in the Grand Floral Marquee to celebrate the very best of gardening, home and lifestyle. … more