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June 2018

My Leonard Cohen: Interview with Stewart D’Arrietta

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Hot on the tail of an acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe season, and having enjoyed a sold-out run at the Sydney Opera House earlier this year, My Leonard Cohen comes to Rose Theatre Kingston on Saturday 30 June at 7.30pm Stewart D’Arrietta and his six-piece band offer a stirringly personal celebration of the late, [...]

My Leonard Cohen: Interview with Stewart D’Arrietta2019-02-21T10:12:52+00:00

Preview of International Youth Arts Festival 2018

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Time & Leisure are Proud to be chosen as Media Partner for #IYAF This festival is the biggest multi-arts festival in the UK by and for young people, and this year marks its 10th anniversary! Running from 6th-15th July at the Rose Theatre and venues across Kingston, it features theatre, [...]

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A great service game

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Lucie White & Company has sponsored the ‘Best Service’ category at the Time & Leisure Food & Drink Awards for over 5 years. It’s a category that is close to their heart, because a tailored approach to customer service is exactly what sets this local lettings and property management company apart from the rest. [...]

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May 2018

8 simple tips for Healthy (and fun) Eating

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We ask Everyday Healthy experts Vicky and Caroline for a few, no-nonsense, pointers to achieving healthy eating. Be strict in the shops - if your fridge is packed with good food, you'll eat good food. You really are what you eat!  Be Prepared - set aside a little time to pre-prep some [...]

8 simple tips for Healthy (and fun) Eating2019-02-21T10:12:52+00:00

Steins in the Spotlight

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As Rick Stein Barnes celebrates its first anniversary, his sons Jack and Charlie tell Steph Siegle how they’re taking the legendary restaurant group to the next level   For four decades, the name Rick Stein has been synonymous with first-class seafood, Cornwall’s Padstow and TV shows that have taken us around the globe exploring different [...]

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April 2018

We talk to….Claude Bosi

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Mashed potato with caviar and a good burger – Claude Bosi talks favourite dishes, top spots to eat out locally, and his joy at the success of Bibendum and Esher’s The Swan Inn. By Tina Lofthouse   It’s been a busy few years for Claude Bosi. Not only is he leading Bibendum, one of London’s [...]

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Uncork Australia

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Food and Culture Awards Headline Sponsors Flight Centre takes us on a tour of the best wine regions Down Under   Australian wine brands are now household names and with over 60 wine-producing regions in Australia, you’re bound to have the chance to visit one on your trip. Here are five of the best-known regions [...]

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Literary Limelight

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The Barnes Children’s Literary Festival is back this month with heaps of new workshops, authors and shows. Steph Siegle gets the lowdown from festival founder and director Amanda Brettargh.   Hugless Dougless 12 & 13 May 2018 The festival is in its fourth year and is London’s largest dedicated children’s literature festival – [...]

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Festival Fever

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As the Wandsworth Arts Fringe opens for its ninth year, Steph Siegle finds out what visitors can expect from the 2018 festival   A play in a prison; cutting-edge contemporary circus; an opera co-written by artificial intelligence... once again, Wandsworth Arts Fringe (WAF) has curated a programme of unique performance art for the residents of, [...]

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The Sound of Music

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Opera boss Wasfi Kani talks to Ting Dalton about Grange Park Opera’s second year at West Horsley Place, and why opera isn’t just for the elite…   The Grange Park Opera Festival won critical acclaim when it was launched in its new home of West Horsley Place last year.  And its huge success can firmly [...]

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