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Broken Glass

Arthur Miller's Broken Glass

Phillip Gellburg is having a lot of problems. His wife has suddenly lost the capability to walk, and at work he has lost the confidence of his boss. He can't seem to accept the fact that he is Jewish, and the doctor he has hired to take care of his wife seems to be falling for her. 

Classical Youth

El Sisteme

The Teresa Carreño Youth Orchestra, which recently performed at the Southbank, came to London from Venezuela. They showed their love and enthusiasm for the music before a single note had sounded, and they started as they would continue.

Shopping For a Divorce

Gift Bag 2 - Dimitar Tzankov

Usually after the Big M, comes the Big B. Unfortunately, the result of choosing Mr Wrong and carting him down the aisle is often the big D. When diamonds are no longer your best friend, a good makeover and a spot of shoe shopping can feel like seventh heaven.

The Sterling Bar

The Sterling

In anticipation of a return to seasonal festivities after two credit-crunched years, bars and pubs are getting their Christmas marketing in early and inviting the likes of this bar reviewer to sample their Christmas packages.

The Nutritionist: Trick or Treat?

Pumpkin - Michele L

Everybody likes a treat, whether it’s the ‘Sunday-cake-treat’, the ‘after-work-wine-treat’ or the ‘Friday-I’v- been-good-all-week-treat’. Usually these treats are far from being nutritious - chock full of sugar, salt, nasty fats, and lots of E-numbers.

The London Film Festival

Never Let Me Go

The 54th London Film Festival starts today and promises to be bigger and better than ever before, with 197 features, 112 short films and 15 films from the archives. The films - from experimental to animated - represent 66 countries, from Hollywood to Bollywood.