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Lost tudor dog returns after 465 years

A MONGREL DOG who sailed aboard Henry VIII's ill-fated Mary Rose has returned home to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard after an incredible 465 years away.   The painstakingly preserved and reconstructed skeleton of the Tudor ship’s dog...

Boyd’s Brasserie – Trafalgar Square’s grand surprise

NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE, a grand Victorian boulevard running from Trafalgar Square to the Thames Embankment, hides a dining treat.   IN 1887, a select and wealthy group of Victorians gathered outside a splendid new building in London’s...

Final voyage for Lawrence of Arabia’s RAF launch

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA's RAF launch is making a historic final voyage before going on display at the RAF Museum in London.   TE Lawrence conducting speed trials A SEAPLANE TENDER from the 1930s is going to sail...

Rarely-seen Chagall painting to star in Impressionism auction in London

Bonhams, the British auction house founded in 1793, has a rarely-seen Chagall masterpiece in its Impressionism sale this June.   A MASTERPIECE BY Marc Chagall, rarely before seen in public, will be one of the stars...

Fit for a King – 500 years of Royal Arms and Armour

The new exhibition Fit for a King, showing 500 years of Royal arms and armour, is now permanently on view in the White Tower at the Tower of London.   After the stunning exhibition of Henry...

Best of British in bloom at Hampton Court

HAMPTON COURT PALACE Flower Show is celebrating its 21st birthday this year (6-11 July) with an eclectic showcase of horticultural delights on the 33-acre site beside the River Thames. HAMPTON COURT PALACE Flower Show...

The Petersham and the Bingham on Richmond Hill

DESIGNED BY Victorian architect John Giles and opened in 1865, The Petersham hotel sits on Richmond Hill with views over the River Thames. Nearby, the Bingham offers Michelin fabulous cuisine.  The Petersham on Richmond...

Victoria and Albert: Love and Art

A charming exhibition at London's Queen's Gallery until 31 October looks at the relationship between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, from their engagement through to his untimely demise. Franz Xaver Winterhalter, The Royal Family in...

Love Never Dies: The return of The Phantom

Twenty-four years after his first outing, The Phantom is back in Andrew LLoyd Webber's latest musical, Love Never Dies. Fresh from its world premiere in London's West End, Sarah Hiscock reports on the man...

Garden Within Doors at London’s Geffrye Museum

The British love their gardens and this love of plants and flowers carries through inside the house. In its latest exhibition, London's Geffrye Museum explores plants and their role in homemaking over 400 years. Sun...
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