Is the Chelsea Flower Show really that eco-friendly?

In her flower show Notebook, Ursula Buchan asks whether Chelsea’s gardens are part of our ‘throw away’ culture

Social media likes are a sign of mediocrity

Could unpopularity online be a better indicator of success?

Game of Thrones: the final episode reviewed

Game of Thrones could not have ended any other way, says James Delingpole

A guide to the Chelsea Flower Show 2019

From the Duchess of Cambridge’s play garden to the trend for trees and woods, this year’s show finds its wild side

London’s theatres are falling apart

Audiences are paying extortionate prices to sit in theatres that aren’t fit for purpose

Cannes red carpet: why I miss the fashion drama before Me Too

In its effort to embrace politics, has the red carpet lost its sense of risk? asks Tabi Jackson Gee

Interview: Jonathan Maitland – the man who put Boris on stage

Robert Jackman talks to the political playwright about the murky world of Westminster

8 film and food pairings to liven up your movie nights

Recreate dishes from your favourite films with the help of our Vintage Chef

Game of Thrones: Episode 5 reviewed

There’s nothing more dangerous than a totalitarian do-gooder, says James Delingpole

The London Fix: what to see and do this weekend

Hit the beach in Fulham and dine out on thespy small plates in Waterloo

The return of the pilgrimage: walking from Canterbury to Rome

The Via Francigena and Spain’s Camino are attracting growing numbers of modern pilgrims, says Melanie McDonagh

The death of democracy: a user’s guide

Embrace the rule of your betters. Accept that you don’t know best

Leonardo da Vinci’s Tuscany: from Anchiano to Florence

Five hundred years after the death of da Vinci, no tour of Tuscany is complete without exploring the landscapes of his childhood

Has Jordan Peterson lost his spark?

Why the debate between Jordan Peterson and philosopher Slavoj Žižek fell flat

Game of Thrones: Episode 3 reviewed

James Delingpole unpacks the battle we’ve all been waiting for

Argenteuil: the Parisian commune beloved by the Impressionists

From Monet to Renoir, Parisian artists flocked to Argenteuil for inspiration

London’s best pint-sized theatres

Away from the West End, London’s small theatres prove that size isn’t everything

The London Fix: what to see and do this weekend

Sail down the river to Greenwich, eat orange blossom pancakes and have a scream at the Edvard Munch exhibition

The Art of the Garden: Van Gogh’s sunflowers

Take floral inspiration from Van Gogh’s sunflowers with our gardener’s guide to growing your own

Game of Thrones: Episode 2 reviewed

James Delingpole on why this dire episode could actually be a sign of great things to come

The best film locations to visit in the UK

From The Favourite to Withnail & I, visit the places that brought these iconic films to life

How to stage a naked protest

Taking one’s clothes off in the name of politics is back in fashion: here’s a guide on how to do it properly

The London Fix: what to see and do this weekend

Look no further for the best art, bars and food

Reviewed: Game of Thrones, season 8, episode 1

Game of Thrones is back and it feels like the first day at school after the long summer holidays – James Delingpole reviews episode 1

Tired of the daily grind? Try a reading retreat

Violet Hudson finds that a retreat dedicated to reading is the ideal way to unwind