Culture

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How the Gibraltar Open is rocking the chessboard

Chess is no longer a mind gym for badly dressed men

29 Nov 2017

Triggered by Bregret? Your guide to the new word order

Get out of your bubble and into your safe space, you hashtag activist. We mansplain the latest lexicon

29 Nov 2017

Gallery: The Fayre of St James’s

Stephen Fry, Ellie Goulding and Cressida Bonas took part in the festive charity concert

29 Nov 2017
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Trial by Twitter

Yes, my behaviour was poor — but being lumped in with Harvey Weinstein is hard to take

29 Nov 2017
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Meet Emma Dent Coad, Kensington’s class warrior

In six months, the MP has had to deal with enough drama for a whole career

28 Nov 2017

How shaving became a cut-throat business

Mail-order shaving companies have found a way to make serious money from male grooming

28 Nov 2017

Gallery: Royal weddings through the ages

A look back at some right royal occasions

27 Nov 2017

Plays to book ahead for

Poldark’s Aidan Turner is heading to the West End

27 Nov 2017

Where to get your skates on

The best ice rinks in Britain for Christmas 2017

24 Nov 2017

Gallery: Ferrari exhibition at the Design Museum

Under the Skin celebrates the past, present and future of the legendary sports car company

21 Nov 2017

The best carol and Christmas concerts in Britain

A guide to where to go for festive music this December

20 Nov 2017

The agony (and occasional ecstasy) of following the Ashes through the night

How to cope with supporting England into the early hours

20 Nov 2017

The painting that inspired Finnish independence

A new exhibition at the National Gallery marks 100 years of Finland’s independence

17 Nov 2017

Gallery: 10 Leonardo da Vinci masterpieces

A selection of the Italian master’s greatest paintings

16 Nov 2017

Gerald Scarfe interview: ‘Donald Trump is fantastic to draw, but Brexit is boring’

The great cartoonist reflects on the art of satire, drawing in war zones and the gentler side of his work

14 Nov 2017

My great-grandfather, the World War I hero

Tales of individual heroism and sacrifice are at the heart of Remembrance Day

9 Nov 2017

Paddington 2 review: A bear to be reckoned with

The Paddington Bear sequel is hilarious and heartwarming – and a fitting tribute to Michael Bond

9 Nov 2017

Christmas 2017: 10 family shows to book right now

From pantomimes to Dickens, festive productions for all ages

8 Nov 2017

When is it OK to sign off with an ‘X’?

Emails ending with a ‘kiss’ have become a ubiquitous and confounding part of our working lives

6 Nov 2017

Gallery: Impressionists in London

Tate Britain presents artistic visions of the capital by Monet, Pissaro and Tissot

3 Nov 2017

Six films to watch in November

Paddington, Poirot and Batman return

2 Nov 2017

Nine brilliant things to do in November

The London Jazz Festival, Tate Liverpool’s new exhibition and the return of Paddington

1 Nov 2017

Britain’s most spectacular Bonfire Night celebrations

Burning barrels, flaming effigies and spellbinding processions are on the way

27 Oct 2017

Rugby with a male and female touch

Mixed touch rugby is one of Britain’s fastest growing sports

26 Oct 2017

Why I’m looking forward to the clocks going back

We should all lighten up about the darkness

24 Oct 2017

Exhibition preview: Cézanne Portraits

The National Portrait Gallery’s latest blockbuster features 50 paintings by the influential French artist

24 Oct 2017