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There’s method to his Madness

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

Our 5 Favourite Christmas Markets

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

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”

Bristol’s Hidden Gems: Record Shops

Bristol’s Hidden Gems: Record Shops

Beat the online giants and pick up something at one of Bristol’s bustling record shops!

Where Are We Now? An interview with Camille O’Sullivan

Where Are We Now? Camille O’Sullivan interview

We caught up with the Irish-French performer ahead of her tour.

This week: 12 - 18 November

This week: 12 - 18 November

Here comes your weekly round-up, and it's packing a punch!

Have yourself a brilliant “Brummie” Christmas

XMAS – Have yourself a Brilliant “Brummie” Christmas!

5 Birmingham-based ideas for festive fun, with a traditional twist

5 shows to catch at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

5 shows to catch at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

The internationally renowned Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival is gearing up to present its 41st edition of ground-breaking new and experimental music featuring 50+ concerts, installations, exhibitions and talks.

Once more for the Road

Once more for the Road: Catherine Dyson interview

The writer/performer talks about her new show

Spotlight On: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Spotlight On: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, situated on the banks of the River Kelvin and near Kelvingrove Park, is now one of Scotland’s most popular tourist destinations

Lessons in History: 100 years of Armistice Day

Armistice Day 100 years

Find events to commemorate and learn about the end of World War One.

Ballet Black UK tour

Ballet Black UK tour

Catch the pioneering dance company at venues across England throughout November

This week: 05 - 11 November

This week: 05 - 11 November

This week’s culture scene is full of food for thought, inspired by science, nature and history

Hounslow calling: an interview with Ambreen Razia

Hounslow calling: Ambreen Razia

We catch up with the writer/actress about her new show on BBC Three

Gawk at a Gormley

Gawk at a Gormley

Antony Gormley’s work is located all around the country, and with the chilly autumn sunshine, it's the perfect excuse to wrap up warm and scope out some sculptures!

7 Meat-Free Eateries for World Vegan Day

7 of the best meat-free eateries

World Vegan Month starts today - and it's not just for vegans!

13 of the UK’s spookiest spots…

13 of the UK’s spookiest spots…

We’re getting chills just thinking about some of these places

Back to Bacteria

Back to Bacteria

What did bacteria ever do for us? Oxford's Natural History Museum can tell you: a lot

This week: 29 - 04 November

This week: 29 - 04 November

With Hallowe’en on Wednesday and Bonfire Night celebrations this weekend, the festive season is kicking off with a bang!

Fireworks on the horizon!

Fireworks on the horizon!

Grab your woolly hat and venture outdoors for some big bangs and dazzling displays

Smooth operator: Mario Biondi

Smooth operator: Mario Biondi

We caught up with the "very white Barry White" at the start of his UK run

Pick your own pumpkin!

Pick your own pumpkin!

Getting your pumpkin from a supermarket isn’t a patch on picking one. So why not get pumped for Halloween by carving out an autumnal adventure for yourself, and visiting one of the premier pumpkin patches in the UK.

“I can guarantee that absolutely no part of this show is true”

“I can guarantee that no part of this show is true"

We chatted to provocative performer and writer Pariah Khan, about his debut one-man show “An Indian Abroad” which hits the Wardrobe Theatre in Bristol later this month.

Nightmare at the Museum!

Nightmare at the Museum!

Halloween is creeping up on us, so why not get your freak on by visiting some of the most hair-raising museums around the UK...

This week: 22 - 28 October

This week (22 - 28 October)

Beyond the grave... a round-up of what's happening across the UK this week - and it's not just Hallowe'en!

Top Roasts in Manchester

Top Roasts in Manchester

Northerners take their Sunday roasts very seriously, and Sunday lunch in Manchester has taken a very revolutionary turn. The humble Sunday lunch has been turned into burgers, pies and even a fondue!

Swizzfiggingly gloriumptious!

A giganticus day out!

The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre is reopening with a flushbunking facelift

Stephen K. Amos talks Bouquets and Brickbats

Uplifting stand-up: Stephen K Amos on his new UK tour

“I wondered what the point of life was – but I’m always inspired by people”

Top 5 Spooky Events in Bristol

Top 5 Spooky Events in Bristol

Halloween is just around the creepy corner, so we’ve rounded up some ghoulish events in Bristol that will lift your spirits!

Top 5 Chocolate Indulgences

Top 5 Chocolate Indulgences

It’s National Chocolate Week (15-21 October), so why not do the truffle-shuffle to some of the UK’s most delicious chocolate spots from our indulgent guide – it will definitely come in candy!

“Everyone has something to do with textiles every single day”

The (floral) fabric of society

If you’re a fan of floral patterned fabric, you’ll love Dovecot Studios’ major retrospective on Liberty art fabrics and their impact on British fashion since 1875! We chatted to curator Kate Grenyer ahead of the exhibition.

Oxford on a Budget

Oxford on a Budget

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

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