Arts

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 Rose Adams | 30 May 2018

Former Army pilot Hannah Shergold on why following her creative dream was the best thing she ever did

To say that Hannah Shergold has had a colourful career would be an understatement. After studying a degree in Zoology at Cambridge University, she joined the British Army in 2009 as a h... Read More

By Rose Adams | 01 May 2018

Vitamin Injections London Founder Bianca Estelle on why they are the future

In our quest for swift solutions to counteract effects our busy lives have on our health and appearance – dull, ageing skin, low energy levels and a weak immune system t... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 09 Apr 2018

The Riva Family continues its artistic legacy in Monte-Carlo

Instantly recognisable and always elegant, Riva Yachts has long been associated with great artists, particularly in the film and music industries. Now, the family behind the manufacture continues... Read More

By Rose Adams | 04 Apr 2018

The best seats in the house: Royal Albert Hall box goes on sale for £3million

If you’re an avid fan of theatre and music, then pay attention because the best views of the world's most prestigious concert hall stage could now be yours for a cool &po... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 23 Mar 2018

Breitling adds a touch of adventure to Baselworld with its pioneering Explorers and Cinema Squads

Luxury watch brand Breitling has unveiled its pioneering new campaign at Baselworld Watch Fair, bringing together three-person teams of experts and innovators across various creative fields –&nb... Read More

By Rose Adams | 07 Mar 2018

Woman with altitude: recreating the journey of Alexandra David–Neél

As International Women's Day places the spotlight firmly on inspirational females pushing boundaries within the worlds of business, sports, arts and beyond this Thursday 8... Read More

By Rose Adams | 22 Feb 2018

Music's biggest stars were out in force on the BRIT Awards Red Carpet

Stars descended on London's The O2 Arena to celebrate the UK's biggest music industry event, The BRIT Awards, on Wednesday evening. With the night's biggest winners Dua Lipa and Stormzy le... Read More

By Tempus | 16 Feb 2018

The Weekend: From best of British film to spectacular Chinese theatre, here's what's on in London

Let the stars descendrnrnIt's one of the most glamorous weekends in the London calendar, with everything from the BAFTA Awards bringing royalty onto the red carpet, to London Fashion Week creating... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 05 Feb 2018

Singing her dreams: operatic star Carly Paoli on preparing for Cadogan Hall

Classical music star Carly Paoli might be best known for her light tone and emotional interpretation, but the mezzo-soprano says she is as much influenced by Judi Garland as her Three Tenors mentor Jo... Read More

By Rose Adams | 26 Jan 2018

The Weekend: Tempus' guide to the best of what's on in London this weekend

We've got good news everyone: we've made it to the final weekend of dreary January, which means one more weekend of alcohol abstaining (if you're still yet to break your Dry January pledge... Read More

By Rose Adams | 24 Jan 2018

The BRIT Trust: Everything you need to know

Wednesday 21 February sees London once again play host to the annual music industry showcase The BRIT Awards, featuring performances from some of the best in British talent including: Ed Sheeran, Stor... Read More

By Rose Adams | 18 Jan 2018

The Weekend: Tempus' guide to the best of what's on in London this weekend

There's absolutely no excuse to wallow in your January blues this weekend because London officially becomes the city of lights. With a host of bright and beautiful installations all over the ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 11 Dec 2017

Ryan Reynold's stunt double talks the thrills and spills of the Hitman's Bodyguard

Every great action film is measured by its death-defying stunts, and comedy The Hitman's Bodyguard is no exception. As bodyguard Ryan Reynolds and former assassin Samuel L. Jackson race acros... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 25 Oct 2017

Conserving a masterpiece: Old Royal Naval College's William Palin on the challenges of preserving Thornhill's Painted Hall

Art and architecture are rarely so perfectly intertwined as in Sir Christopher Wren’s famous London buildings – from St Paul’s Cathedral to Kensington Palace – but for architec... Read More

By Shaun Prince | 05 Oct 2017

10 surprising investment tips for a smarter return

There are countless books, blogs and white papers detailing all manner of dark arts around the world of investment. But what if some of the best advice was also the simplest? Whether it’s your f... 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 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

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