A quarter of a century ago, the pop charts became a proxy vehicle for a very public playing out of the British class system – even if both sides were somewhat miscast
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History seeps through the walls of Dukes London, where Ian Fleming drank dry martinis and Edgar Elgar composed symphonies. But more than 200 years since it opened, the hotel remains a refreshing keyplayer in the capital’s saturated market
Half a century ago, the world’s greatest guitarist died in tragic circumstances in a small, central London flat. Luxury London looks back on the torrid final days of Jimi Hendrix
Home of Hendrix and Cobain, and coffee capital of the world, Seattle has plenty to boast about. But this laid-back city doesn’t play on its bragging rights.
Half a century on from the very first episode being broadcast to a bewildered Britain, we explore how Monty Python’s surreal anarchy made its way from student digs to superstardom.
Seventy years after the world was introduced to Room 101, the Thought Police and Big Brother in George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, we revisit the author’s terrifying vision of London as the capital of Airstrip One
As the 2020 presidential campaign gets underway, a whistle-stop tour of Washington serves as a timely reminder of the bigger picture
Forty years after its release, London Calling, the classic post-punk album by The Clash, remains one of the greatest records ever inspired by the capital – and as fresh as ever
With its tumultuous past and infrastructure often balancing on a knife-edge, few cities are as adept at casting worries aside and celebrating life at the end of the week.
A hundred years ago Bauhaus brought concrete, jumpsuits and design revolution to Western Europe. But was London ready for the revolt?
After half a century of royal partygoers, rock and roll excess and wanton abuse of chandeliers, how has Tramp managed to retain its reputation as London’s most louche and lavish night spot?
As a major retrospective of Stanley Kubrick opens at the Design Museum, we explore the curious truth behind The Clockwork Orange
Renowned for its luxury fizz, the French region of Champagne was also the scene of great tragedy during the First World War. A century after the 1918 armistice, the area still bears poignant scars
Discover the tale of paint, passion and purgatory in the marriage of Salvador and Gala Dalí
As a new exhibition exploring the influence of Michael Jackson on contemporary artists opens, a look at the late superstar’s little-known tenure in Bahrain offers an insight into this legendary performer’s life
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