Taki with Joan Collins at El Morocco

The King of Clubs

El Morocco, lined in zebra-stripes and known as Elmo’s to New York insiders, was the ultimate in glamorous nightspots, says Taki

22 Sep 2016

Labour of the negative

Jeremy Corbyn’s disregard for Parliament is terrible for his party and for our representative democracy

22 Sep 2016

Letting the hard left off the leash

Jon Lansman is the head of Momentum, the movement trying to chase every moderate out of the Labour party

22 Sep 2016

Carlos Acosta

Royal Albert Hall, 3-7 October

21 Sep 2016

Picasso Portraits

National Portrait Gallery, from 6 October

21 Sep 2016

Beyond Caravaggio

National Gallery, from 12 October

21 Sep 2016

David Baddiel

Vaudeville Theatre, until 15 October

21 Sep 2016

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

In cinemas from 21 October

21 Sep 2016

The Young Pope

Sky Atlantic, 27 October

21 Sep 2016

Ten TV programmes to watch this autumn

From true crime to sci-fi sitcoms, there’s plenty of new television to keep you entertained in the coming months

21 Sep 2016

Renting out your house on Airbnb is nothing to be scared of

The fear of having strangers sleeping in my bed was tempered by the prospect of cash and cat-sitters

20 Sep 2016

In Cubans we trust: five cigars to invest in right now

You won’t regret splashing out on a box of limited edition cigars, says Tom Chamberlin

19 Sep 2016

Ditch the sarnie!

Lunch on the run usually means grabbing a sandwich or a salad. But often laden with mayonnaise and full of fat and salt, these are not always the healthiest options. Why not prepare a tasty lunch suggestion from Benenden to guarantee a more healthy midday meal?

19 Sep 2016

Great British Bake Off’s move to Channel 4 is a recipe for disaster

The BBC is surely the true home of GBBO

13 Sep 2016

The good, the bad and the ugly: a guided tour of Westminster’s pubs

Alex Wickham goes on a crawl of SW1’s hostelries in search of a killer scoop

12 Sep 2016

Five stand-ups to see this autumn

Last month’s Edinburgh Festival saw more than 1,000 comedy shows performed in the city. It’s been suggested that you could…

9 Sep 2016

Three years and counting for Apollo’s 40 Under 40

On Wednesday evening, Apollo magazine celebrated the launch of the third Apollo 40 Under 40 list, kicking off the UK…

8 Sep 2016

Six GB paralympians to root for in Rio (and when to watch them)

After the record-breaking success of Team GB at the Olympics in Rio last month, it’s now the turn of our paralympians…

7 Sep 2016

London Film Festival’s most pretentious previews

The London Film Festival (LFF) gets bigger and more glitzy with every passing year, and the trend is continuing with…

5 Sep 2016

My burkini and me in Brexit-on-Sea

Samantha Rea covers up and heads to Clacton beach

30 Aug 2016

Health myths: Is running on a soft surface better for your body?

As a form of exercise, running can deliver a wealth of health benefits. One study revealed that regular jogging increases the life expectancy of men by 6.2 years, and women by 5.6 years. But Benenden asks – does the surface you run on make a difference?