Culture

By Rose Adams | 11 Jul 2018

Dreamgirls actress Moya Angela on why playing Effie is her dream role

Moya Angela is a force to be reckoned with. After sell-out stints in The Lion King, Ghost the Musical and Dreamgirls on New York's Broadway, now the international musical theatre actress... Read More

By Charlotte Metcalf | 10 Jul 2018

Discover the design hotlist: Hitomi Hosono

From architecture and interiors to art and engineering, Tempus has teamed up with a board of leading experts to unveil the eight innovators set to shake up the design world in Britain in 2018. Each da... Read More

By James Lohan | 10 Jul 2018

Visionary spaces: 5 design hotels that must be seen to be believed

Thoughtfully curated design, a great location and intuitive service are all things that are very much expected of a design hotel – those that have created visionary and iconi... Read More

By Rose Adams | 06 Jul 2018

The weekend: London's best culture and entertainment

From Art Night to Pride, London is ready for a wealth of colourful celebrations taking place across the city this weekend. Contemporary arts festival Art Night is returning to Southbank, treating... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 04 Jul 2018

Discover the design hotlist: wildlife photographer Tim Flach

From architecture and interiors to art and engineering, Tempus has teamed up with a board of leading experts to unveil the eight innovators set to shake up the design world in Britain in 2018. Each da... Read More

By Rose Adams | 03 Jul 2018

The UK’s only boutique black-tie festival is coming

A black-tie dress code and Michelin starred menu aren’t often two components you’d discover at a festival, but that’s exactly what glamorous boutique festival Henley Festival is... Read More

By Rose Adams | 29 Jun 2018

The weekend: The hottest culture and cuisine London has to offer

With the heatwave continuing and oodles of fun entertainment on offer, this weekend is set to be a scorcher in more ways than one. Art fans will be bewitched by The National Portrait Gallery’s t... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 29 Jun 2018

Singer Jocelyn Brown on how we can invest in Britain's music scene

From backing singer to soulful stage star, Jocelyn Brown has enjoyed a varied career since she first made her debut in 1973. And although the club hit 'Somebody Else's Guy' has been her on... Read More

By Rose Adams | 28 Jun 2018

The unmissable highlights of Masterpiece Art Fair 2018

There’s nothing quite like a summer afternoon spent snooping round an art fair, and Masterpiece London sponsored by Royal Bank of Canada, is the one to beat. Held 28 June – 4 Jul... Read More

By Rose Adams | 22 Jun 2018

The weekend: London's most vibrant culture and cuisine

From fine art to haute cuisine, we're celebrating a vivacious weekend here in London. Acclaimed artist Christo takes over Hyde Park's Serpentine Lake with captivatingly colourful sculptur... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 22 Jun 2018

How do you turn a charity fundraiser into a global giving phenomenon? Eva Longoria reveals all

The phrase ‘fiscal responsibility’ is hardly the sexiest of buzzwords, but for Eva Longoria Bastón, it is the single ethos that has turned her charitable endeavour into a modest fun... Read More

By Scott Manson | 21 Jun 2018

Bangkok's Siam Hotel offers tired guests the perfect post-flight pick-me-up

On my recent trip to Thailand I was flying coach – 12 hours of baby-crying, passenger-snoring, lumbar-damaging hell. Add to this the airport transfer through Bangkok’s ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 20 Jun 2018

Benjamin Zephaniah reflects on his Life and Rhymes tour and why female poets are leading the way in performance

British performance poet Benjamin Zephaniah does not shy away from his demons. Whether taking on gritty roles in the latest series of super stylish Peaky Blinders or talking candidly about his tumultu... Read More

By Rose Adams | 19 Jun 2018

Royal Ascot: discover the world's most prestigious horse racing event by numbers

The countdown to Royal Ascot, one of the most exciting summer events within the British sporting and social calendar is officially on as the Ascot Racecourse gets ready to open its... Read More

By Rose Adams | 15 Jun 2018

The weekend: Tempus brings you London's unmissable culture and cuisine

Prepare to indulge in a dash of fine dining this weekend as Taste of London takes over Regent's Park. Immerse yourself in a wealth of gastronomic inspiration from the capital's supre... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 15 Jun 2018

The CEO of the World Chess Championship on why London's event will be a royal knockout

With a history dating back to 1886, the World Chess Championship is one of the longest continuous running sporting events in the world. The 2016 Championship in New York brought in a combined live and... Read More

By Rose Adams | 08 Jun 2018

The Weekend: Tempus brings you the best culture and culinary pop ups the city has to offer

This weekend, the spotlight is on quintessential British tradition as annual spectacle Trooping the Colour parades into the regal grounds of Buckingham Palace in honour of the Queen’s birthday. ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 07 Jun 2018

Musician Dougie Poynter on why he wants to encourage the UK's biggest venues to ditch plastic

Dougie Poynter is perhaps best known for his astronomical rise to fame with pop-rock band McFly, but after 15 years of touring the world's most illustrious music venues and stadiums, the bass play... Read More

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