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    Here’s how to get the most out of this magical city in a day for under £20.

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    What with the nights drawing in, and the back to school feeling inspiring you to learn something new, Autumn is the best time of year to get into reading. So, why not try some of these new releases, tried and tested by use so you know they’re good!

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    Make your next wine tasting session a truly Mediterranean affair with a selection of award-winning wines coupled with authentic Italian appetisers

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    Fancy building up your architectural knowledge? For World Architecture day (1st October), take a look at these Top 5 buildings/structures around the UK by landmark architects.

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    If you’re too impatient to wait until Halloween to delve into the world of witches, magic and mystery, then why not get started early with a trip to the Ashmolean’s “Spellbound” exhibition!

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    Enter now for grandstand tickets for a family of four to the biggest day in the City’s calendar

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    We chatted to Director Richard Twyman, about English Touring Theatre’s latest production of Othello, which re-analyses the classic play through the lens of religion and spirituality.

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Films to look forward to from Venice Film Festival!

Why not check out our summary of what films to (and what not to!) look forward to from the Venice Biennale? With many of the films soon to be streamed on Netflix, you’ll soon be able to get a taste of the world’s oldest film festival right from your sofa!

Gardens just don’t lose their charm for artists!

The Enchanted Garden at Newcastle’s Laing Gallery explores how gardens have been an ongoing inspiration through 100 years of art history. We chatted to curator Amy Barker to learn more about the artists who have flirted with fauna and flora in their work.

Stones Rock! – Top 5 Shingle Beaches in the UK

Tomorrow (16 September) is collect rocks day, so why not become a geologist and pick up some pebbles from one of the UK’s Top 5 stone and shingle beaches in our handy guide? We’re sure they will rock your world!

“A homecoming gig”: An Interview with Jimmy Aldridge

We chatted to musician Jimmy Aldridge from “Jimmy and Sid” about the folk duo’s latest album, and their upcoming gig in Leeds – where Jimmy bought his first banjo!

“You want to come up with a universal Trunch for everybody"

Today is Roald Dahl Day, and as we speak, Miss. Trunchbull, the headmistress we’re glad we never had, is making her way across the country for the UK Tour of Matilda! We chatted to Craige Els who plays Trunch about what it’s like to be the iconic villain!

Top 5 Swashbuckling Pirate Adventures in the UK

Shiver me timbers, next Wednesday (19 September) is Talk Like a Pirate Day! There “argh!” plenty of events to help you to get into character before the celebrations, so grab your cutlass and head to one of the best swashbuckling activities around the UK!

Norwich on a Budget

It’s time you make your own Norwich story by taking a day-trip to this gorgeous city. We’re here to show you how for under £20.

FILM REVIEW: Dusty and Me

Dusty & Me, the touching story of a boy and his greyhound, is Northern England’s answer to Ladybird, and will be released on VOD channels on 1 October!

Cambridge Music Festival

Cambridge Music Festival: Ten days. 14 events. No previous experience necessary.

14 November 2018 – 26 November 2018

“Even in war, blessed are the piss takers”

We took a look at Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s play “The Wipers Times”, a quick witted, comical exploration of the satirical newspaper that took the trenches by storm, and encouraged all to laugh in the face of adversity.

“I didn’t just want to tell a DJ’s story”

We chatted to Manchester music legend and former Haçienda DJ “DJ Paulette” about her upcoming installation “Homebird” at the Lowry Galleries.

BOOK CLUB: The Top Literary Releases this Summer

Sick of the usual poolside reads and banal chick lit forced upon you over the past few months? Check out the top literary releases of this summer, tried and tested by us so that you know they're good!

Opening exhibitions at Charleston in South Downs

Discover the Charleston Trust's brand new exhibition space with their programme of thought-provoking and innovative exhibitions

8 September 2018 – 6 January 2019

“On the threshold between life and death”

We chatted to Mark Espiner, a Director from collaborative theatre company Sound&Fury about their immersive sound installation Charlie Ward, which places audiences in the heart of a makeshift wartime hospital.

A Culture Vulture’s Guide to Coventry

With Coventry being the next City of Culture in 2021 we thought it was high time we rounded up some of the city’s cultural hot-spots.

Trainspotting: Top 5 Vintage Railways

Blow off some steam by riding a vintage railway for a unique, historical train experience!

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