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Holmefield House, west London, is a classic example of Brutalist architecture in London

NEW BOOK CELEBRATES LONDON’S BRUTALIST ARCHITECTURE

Brutalism is the Marmite of architecture, but photographer Simon Phipps captures the beauty of this bold form in his new book, Brutal London

Lady Gaga's Half Time Show at the 2017 Super Bowl

TICKETS FOR LADY GAGA’S UK TOUR DATES ON SALE THIS WEEK

Following her explosive Super Bowl performance last night, Live Nation Announces the Lady Gaga Joanne World Tour, which heads for London this autumn…

Interview: Reggie Yates, who lives in Brockley, on Hidden Australia

REGGIE YATES ON HIDDEN AUSTRALIA & CREATING COMPELLING TV

Brockley-based Reggie Yates is making a name for himself as a documentary maker tackling tough subjects. But how does he cope in these dangerous situations? With a healthy dose of naivety, he says…

An interview with Clapham resident Jason Flemyng

AN EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMAN: JASON FLEMYNG ON THE JOYS OF FATHERHOOD

Actor and father-of-two Jason Flemyng on his Lock, Stock legacy and why its important to support local arts spaces like the new Merton Arts Space in Wimbledon

The Magical Lantern Festival in Chiswick is more magical than ever this year

WHY CHISWICK’S LANTERN FESTIVAL IS MORE MAGICAL THAN EVER

The Magical Lantern Festival in Chiswick always promises a wondrous spectacle, but this year it’s back and better than ever, coinciding with the advent of the Year of the Rooster

Things to do this weekend in London: Richard Mosse photography

27 THINGS TO DO IN LONDON: FEBRUARY 2017

27 things to do in London in February 2017, from art exhibitions to the theatre, half-term family fun and more

Where to watch the 6 Nations Rugby

WHERE TO WATCH THE SIX NATIONS IN LONDON

The first England match in the RBS 6 Nations rugby tournament 2016 is England v Scotland on Saturday 6 February, kicking off at 16.50. France v Italy is the first game of the tournament, kicking off shortly before that. Here’s where to watch the 6 Nations in London

A police raid on a queer venue in Fitzroy Square, 1927, from The National Archives collection

QUEER CITY: THE STORY OF SOHO’S CLANDESTINE LGBTQ+ SPACES

Queer City: London Club Culture 1918-1967, is a unique collaboration between the National Trust and The National Archives to recreate ‘London’s most bohemian rendezvous’ at Freud Café-Bar in Soho

Wild at Heart

VALENTINE’S TIPS FROM BLOGGER LITTLE MISS NOTTING HILL

To celebrate the month of love, blogger Little Miss Notting Hill takes us on a walking tour of her favourite parts of west London

Dockery stars alongside Juan Diego Botto in Good Behaviour

MICHELLE DOCKERY ON PLAYING AN INSATIABLE CON ARTIST

The acclaimed north London actor has gone over to the dark side with her latest role as an intriguing southern American con artist and talks about making the transition between Downton Abbey’s Lady Mary and Good Behaviour’s gun-toting Letty Dobesh

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