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    You can snuff your candlelit dinners - these are the dates to fall mad in love for!

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    Plus, you'll both be treated to a scrumptious cream tea.

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    Arguably more famous for its DJs and nightlife, Brizzle has plenty of opportunities to make your heart beat faster...

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    Take a trip with the family this half term to the fascinating Bletchley Park for an insight into the once top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers.

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    Lose yourself in the City of Dreaming Spires, where books have been read and written for centuries

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    Finish your flat white and head for the fireside – it’s flaming delicious over here!

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    Celebrate by enjoying the great, leafy British outdoors!

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FILM: December's Cinematic Confectionary Box

December is upon us! And we all know what that means… No, we’re not talking mulled wine or mince pies – here at Culture Calling we have our eyes firmly fixed on the cinematic feast in store.

A Literature Lover’s Guide to Hampshire

We headed to Hampshire to seek out the Top 5 novel (geddit?) hot spots for book-lovers to enjoy this December

XMAS – a Grinch’s guide to the festive season

If baubles are sending you bonkers, and – no – you don’t want a gingerbread latte, it’s time to plan your escape

Lighten up: an interview with Richard Wheater

It's a sign - here's why you should make Neon your new favourite hobby

"When Brexit's over? Oh I’ll be dead."

We caught up with political satirist Matt Forde to talk about his (daily updating...) new tour

This week: 26 - 02 December

Our top picks this week include Christmas craft, witch craft, fairy tales and Love Actually with a live orchestra.

More than just an Exit: Museum Shop Sunday

Most museums in the UK are free or subsidised entry – so why not show your support with a spot of Christmas shopping on Sunday?

FILM REVIEW: Suspiria (2018)

Taking Dario Argento’s supernatural shocker Suspiria (1977) as the blueprint, Guadagnino serves up a cerebral, beguiling film

XMAS – Top Twinkling Trails

As cities start to throb with shoppers, why not wrap up and head for the great Christmassy outdoors?

BOOK CLUB: The Top Literary Releases of November

It's easier to embrace the cold when you can cosy up with a good book...

XMAS – The Best of Christmas in Brighton

Skate in front of the pavilion, get yourself to the panto and even take a freezing dip on Christmas Day

Billionaire Boy: interview with Luke Sheppard

We speak to the director of the new musical adaptation of David Walliams’ best-selling book.

This week: 19 - 25 November

It’s beginning to look a bit like Christmas… (but not too much - we promise)

There's Method to his Madness

Mark Gatiss dons crown – and straitjacket – for the infamous title role in 'The Madness of George III' at Nottingham Playhouse, which audiences can catch nationwide as part of NT Live on Tuesday 20th November

XMAS – Check out our Best Festive Markets

Let’s face it, there’s nowhere better for prezzie shopping than one of the UK’s many Christmas Markets

Harry & Chris Save the World: an interview with Harry Baker

“Poetry and maths are both about trying to figure stuff out, and using what you know to make sense of what you don’t”

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