3 hand-picked hotels for your Cape Town holiday

Belmond Mount Nelson, African Pride 15 On Orange and Rodwell House at St James offer very different ways to enjoy Cape Town – but all five star hotels 1. Belmond...
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7 places you must visit on your Cape Town travels

From the bleak Robben Island to the lush botanical gardens and not to mention the cheetahs and elephants, this is how you can make the most of 7 days...
Laura Linney and Sir Ian McKellen at the London premiere of Mr Holmes

Interview: Sir Ian McKellen and Laura Linney, stars of Mr Holmes

The actors talk about their inspiration – and the award that means the most to them What drew you to the film Mr Holmes? Ian McKellen: It’s very touching that someone we...
Anita Dobson as June in London Road

Interview: Anita Dobson on how her latest film role brought her closure

The Stepney actress and former queen of the Queen Vic tells us about her experiences with the musical London Road In 2006, over six weeks, five prostitutes were murdered in...

Book review: Our Mathematical Universe – ‘The idea is crackpot but dazzling’

Max Tegmark believes that reality is maths. Not described by maths but maths itself. It's every schoolboy's nightmare Megabrain Max Tegmark has a theory. He’s had many theories in his...

Coral Reefs, Natural History Museum – ‘Explore a fascinating and endangered eco-system’

500m people depend on coral reefs for their livelihoods. Pity then that we seem so keen to make them go extinct Coral reefs are the pandas of the undersea world....

Stage review: American Buffalo, Wyndham’s – ‘A snapping, snarling riposte to the pursuit of happiness’

Damien Lewis, John Goodman and Tom Sturridge as low-rent hucksters rise to meet David Mamet's masterclass in bitterness, bickering and moral bankruptcy Damien Lewis stands there, cocksure, like John Travolta...

Stage review: Oppenheimer, Vaudeville Theatre – ‘Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds’

Shakespearean in its ambition and rhetoric, Tom Morton-Smith's ambitious play tries to pin down the buzzing, fizzing electron that was physicist J Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic...
Angela Samata

TV review: Life After Suicide – ‘Left with questions without answers’

Angela Samata, whose partner killed himself, goes in search of answers and explores the long shadows caused by suicide in this powerful documentary “Tell me it gets better,” said David...

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