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Culture

Sir Ranulph’s reads

Sir Ranulph Fiennes, the explorer and author, shares the five fascinating books which shaped his life and his adventures.

Winter events

Try a range of events from rooftop cinema to a house party takeover at exclusive venues in the heart of London this festive season.

Christmas books

Get into your loved ones’ good books by picking out some great reads for Christmas presents. Or treat yourself! All available locally.

Fish and fame

See celebrities as you’ve never seen them before – wrapped naked around fish in photographer John Swannell’s latest exhibition.

A riveting read

Belgravia is the backdrop for Sarah J Naughton’s new psychological thriller The Mothers. Here she talks about the local places which inspired her.

Puttin’ on the glitz

Nicholas Coleridge, retiring chairman of Condé Nast, discusses his new tell-all memoir about parties, princesses and publishing.

Fine lines

Illustrator Quentin Blake talks about the exhibition of his latest work opening at Shapero Rare Books in Mayfair this month.

King’s Road cars

As a car exhibition starts at the V&A, take a spin along Chelsea’s automotive memory lane with local author Daniel Pembrey.

Tutankhamun’s treasures

The golden treasures of King Tutankhamum are back in London for the last time in this “once-in-a-lifetime” chance at the Saatchi Gallery.

Celebrating literature

The second Mayfair & St James’s Literary Festival celebrated the rich written heritage of this unique part of London, and even included a short film strand.

Behind the screens

See costumes, scripts and other materials from TV and film at the BAFTA: Behind the Screens exhibition in a new venue in Piccadilly.

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