Culture

By Tempus | 11 Sep 2017

Fashion's favourite artist Donald Robertson launches new book with Assouline

Touted as fashion’s favourite artist, Donald Robertson is launching an exclusive pop-up shop from 15 – 19 September at London’s Maison Assouline bookstore. The pop-up is celebrating ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 08 Sep 2017

Ten Trinity Square launches an innovative new port in the storm

Nestled on the second floor of London’s Four Seasons Hotel is Ten Trinity Square Members Club, an intimate new space that is taking its cues from its location’s grand legacy as the former ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 06 Sep 2017

The Louvre art gallery prepares to put Abu Dhabi in the frame

The Louvre Paris is one of the most prestigious art galleries in the world, so it is no wonder that when France and Abu Dhabi first decided to partner on a cultural project in 2007, this would be the... Read More

By Tempus | 06 Sep 2017

Spice up your brunch with Nobu Shoreditch's new Sunday menu

Forget artisan sourdough or eggs and avocado, Nobu Shoreditch is revolutionising London’s brunch craze with a Japanese take on the trendiest of weekend meals. Served at the Japanese restaurant a... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 05 Sep 2017

Singer Noah Francis Johnson on his soulful new sound and his mentor Quincy Jones

It would be easy to say that singer Noah Francis Johnson has lived a varied life. From becoming world freestyle dance champion to training to be a priest, and almost becoming a professional boxer befo... Read More

By Scott Wheeler | 05 Sep 2017

Fine art photographer Tony Kelly on his unique signature style

Tony Kelly has been described as ‘the Irish Fellini of photography’. By turns cinematic, stylish, theatrical and sexy, Kelly’s fine art collection is a blissful brew of colour and gl... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 30 Aug 2017

Rock & Rolls: take another look at Roger Daltrey's bespoke Rolls-Royce Wraith

Driving a rock star’s car may sound like a hair-raising experience for any music-loving motor head, but owning a bespoke vehicle – and a Rolls-Royce at that – that’s been desig... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 29 Aug 2017

Pianist Fabio D’Andrea on making classical music come alive

Fabio D’Andrea is one of Britain’s brightest young composers and pianists. His aim is to bring classical music to a contemporary audience and he has been highly acclaimed by critics &ndash... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 25 Aug 2017

‘Snatch’ stars Luke Pasqualino and Tamer Hassan reveal their real life “bromance”

Luke Pasqualino is no stranger to the big guns, having played musket-wielding hero D’Artagnon in the BBC’s The Musketeers and a soldier in Our Girl opposite Michelle Keegan, but when joini... Read More

By Scott Manson | 25 Aug 2017

Is Devon returning the ‘English Riviera’ to its former glory?

There was a time when British seaside resorts such as Eastbourne and Torquay were the Ibiza of their day. Granted, glitter cannons, all-night parties and lithe, gym-cut young things swigging magnums o... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 24 Aug 2017

Olympic champion Peter Wilson shoots to thrill at Tempus Holland and Holland event

Olympic gold-medallist Peter Wilson showed he is firmly on target for Tokyo 2020 on Wednesday evening, when he wowed celebrity guests including 2017 Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi, presenter Anthe... Read More

By Tempus | 23 Aug 2017

Tonino Lamborghini unveils new luxury Android smartphone

Tonino Lamborghini, heir to the Lamborghini family renowned for their luxury sports cars and cutting edge technology on the roads, has unveiled the details for his eponymous lifestyle company’s ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 22 Aug 2017

Oris chief Ulrich Herzog tells us why his new timepieces are looking to the future

Oris chief Ulrich Herzog understands the statement that the perfect timepiece can make. CEO of the Swiss watchmakers since 1982, Ulrich has weathered the storms of the Quartz Crisis to refocus en... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 18 Aug 2017

Artist Pauline Amos tells London to 'Pity the Meat' in her immersive new performance work

In east London’s Stolen Space Gallery, Pauline Amos is quite literally climbing the walls to ready the outline for her new, immersive work of performance art. By the 24 August, Pauline’s e... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 16 Aug 2017

Artist Conrad Shawcross’ St Pancras ambitious installation honours the station's past and future

Moving gracefully above the thousands of commuters who rush daily through London St Pancras International train station, The Interpretation of Movement (a 9:8 in Blue) is artist Conrad Shawcross&rsquo... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 15 Aug 2017

Exclusive interview: Vikings star Gaia Weiss on her secret passion for ballet

There’s more to Vikings star Gaia Weiss than just her beauty. Although the talented actress has captured hearts with her natural good looks, 5ft 9in height and flowing blonde locks, the Parisian... Read More