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Clerkenwell Design Week, London’s skyline and Austen reborn

On my May MoveTo Town and Country Arts page: Pick of the month: By design Innovation and a new master plan at the seventh Clerkenwell Design Week. Don’t miss: Sky high With 436 new tall buildings planned, the NLA asks what London’s skyline will looks like in 2030. Commuter … Continue reading

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The Last of the De Mullins, Jermyn Street Theatre

Even the most begrudging acquaintanceship with thematic foghorn Downton Abbey will have affirmed that the Edwardian era heralded momentous social change. Provocatively embedding this revolution in his work was now largely forgotten “New Drama” exponent St John Hankin, whose suicide … Continue reading

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Best dance moments in literature

From Lizzy and Darcy’s charged conversations on the dancefloor to Nora’s tarantella and Natasha’s first ball, Dance Today magazine readers choose their favourite literary dance moments in celebration of World Book Day. What’s your pick? Do share it below!

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Perchance to dream

A hot, sluggish summer’s day is the perfect preparation for this sweltering trip to the Catskills, a mountainous retreat north of New York City where, in Richard Greenberg’s rendering, hazy contentment masks desperately stifled desires. The livin’ is easy, the … Continue reading

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