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Culture

The power of film

Award-winning filmmaker Eva Lanska discusses her first documentary “The Abraham Accords Change History: Women in the Middle East”

Desert Island Books

Famed for his photographic portraits, from rock stars to royals, John Swannell shares the books that inspired his life and careers

Show time

Become part of the drama at Immersive LDN’s hot new Doctor Who show, or soak up those Roaring Twenties vibes at The Great Gatsby returns

Hardy perennial

Vincent Square has housed the Royal Horticultural Society for over a century. Sue Bradley discovers why thousands of people visit this part of Victoria every year.

Bubblecious

Whether in your bubble or with friends when restrictions allow, here are five experiences to enjoy in Victoria and Westminster this spring

Silent Witness

St Margaret’s Church is a much-loved local gem that has played a pivotal role in the history of power and politics

Abbey Secrets

Scott Craddock, head of visitor experience, picks out his defining images of Westminster Abbey

Life’s a bind

Bookbinding is having its moment in the sun. Whether you are a beginner or looking to a full City & Guilds apprenticeship, Shepherd’s is the place to learn the craft

A duo of science exhibitions

From constructing an origami T-Rex at the Natural History Muesum to virtually touring the Science Museum, discover London’s latest science exibitions.

The Bridgerton Effect

Mayfair provided much of the inspiration for the Netflix blockbuster Bridgerton, which has, in turn, sparked a revival of the Regency lifestyle

A literary love affair

The passionate relationship between Virginia Woolf and one of Belgravia’s most famous former residents, writer Vita Sackville-West, is exposed by a new book of their steamy love letters

Princely tales

Behind the iron will, rumoured liaisons and infamous gaffes, who is the real Prince Philip? Ingrid Seward’s new book puts the record straight

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