What’s On

Don’t waste your money on Mayweather-McGregor

The fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor won’t be worth the hype or the pay-per-view fee

24 Aug 2017

Gallery: The Spectator summer party

Another magnificent bash in Old Queen Street

14 Jul 2017

Horse racing’s big spenders haven’t been spooked by Brexit

Leicester City’s Thai owner is aiming to replicate his Premier League success on the racing track

13 Jul 2017

Romeo and Juliet

Royal Festival Hall, 1-5 August

6 Jul 2017

Stax Student Tour

Fifty years on from a landmark tour of Europe by Otis Redding and other soul stars from the Stax label,…

6 Jul 2017

Gallery: London Art Week

More than 40 galleries across the capital are joining forces for a week of fine art

27 Jun 2017

Grayson Perry

Serpentine Gallery, until 10 September

12 Jun 2017

God’s Own Country

Cinemas, from 1 September

12 Jun 2017

This is Rattle

Barbican, 14 -24 September

12 Jun 2017

RHS Hampton Court palace Flower Show

Hampton Court, 4-9 July

12 Jun 2017

Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House

Somerset House, 10-23 August.

12 Jun 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Cinemas, from 7 July

12 Jun 2017
Yellow odalisque, 1937 © Philadelphia Museum of Art

Matisse in the Studio

Royal Academy, from 5 August

12 Jun 2017
Fortunino MATANIA (1881–1963) National Railway Museum York

True to Life

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, from 1 July

12 Jun 2017

‘England can win the Champions Trophy’: Michael Vaughan interview

The former England cricket captain looks ahead to the one day international tournament

31 May 2017

Why the Epsom Derby Festival is the highlight of the racing year

It’s a celebration of horse racing unlike any other

26 May 2017
British comedian John Oliver performing in New York

The five best comedy clubs in New York

The stand-up clubs to check out when you’re after a laugh in the Big Apple

17 May 2017

Bafta TV Awards 2017: full list of winners

Happy Valley and Planet Earth won multiple awards at British television’s big night, but The Crown missed out

15 May 2017
Eliud Kipchoge runs behind the team of pacemakers during the Nike Breaking2 attempt

Why Nike’s push to break the two-hour marathon has little to do with sport

The Breaking2 project is not the pure sporting endeavour it might appear to be

12 May 2017

Gallery: Pink Floyd at the V&A

A preview of Their Mortal Remains, the blockbuster exhibition charting Pink Floyd’s stellar career

11 May 2017

If Anthony Joshua is the future of boxing, God help us

Boxing is crying out for a charismatic leading light, but Joshua isn’t that man

27 Apr 2017

It’s finally time snooker ditched the bow tie

Breaking with tradition would help bring snooker to a new audience

20 Apr 2017

How to pick a Grand National winner

From algorithm to blind luck, there are many ways to choose which horse to bet on

7 Apr 2017

Bet on new stars being born at Cheltenham Festival 2017

Thistlecrack will be missing, but there are plenty of other horses worth backing at this year’s Cheltenham

13 Mar 2017