This winter, we’re giving away the ultimate birding gift pack that includes a camera and binoculars from Leica. The prize includes a selection of illustrated birding books, written by well-known experts including Bill Oddie and David Lindo, courtesy of Bloomsbury Publishing. The draw closes on 25 November
Credit: Sophia Evans/Sophia Evans In a back garden in Chiswick, west London, garden designer Kate Gould has made the most of a minuscule plot, by carefully selecting the hard landscaping, limiting the colour palette and restraining herself at the nursery.
"The bathroom is a gloriously feminine, mismatched space. 'I wanted to avoid a cold, sterile room,' Kornstein says. It's filled with prints and photographs – the collection grows, piece by piece – distressed furniture and scuffed vintage mirrors, their surfaces showing the patina of age."
Billionaires' basements: the luxury bunkers making holes in London streets
EN IKKE-SAND NETHISTORIE: One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880's was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel.
Multi-layered Papercut Illustrations by Owen Glidersleeve
Nicholas de Jong reviews Pirandello LIOLA | Review by the Guardian critic Nicholas de Jong of Pirandello`s `Liola` in the first the English language translation by Fabio Perselli, also the director of Internationalist Theatre`s ( then known as New Internationalist Theatre) production ( financially assisted by the Gretaer London Council ) performed at London`s Bloomsbury Theatre AS Nicholas de Jong, eminent drama critic of The Guardian review of July 1982,points