southbank

I once took a second date to an album launch in a members club in Mayfair, only to find he could not be trusted around the surprise royal guest, finally being ejected by security for trying to 'touch' Prince Harry.
Once upon a time in a not too distant past, listening to music wasn't just a case of clicking on a 'download' button or streaming
The oldest surviving film based on the works of Charles Dickens has been discovered after lying unnoticed in an archive for
Death is a subject worthy of thought and discussion. At London's Southbank this month, a new festival - at which I'll be speaking - is designed to inspire just that, with lectures, exhibitions, music, installations and workshops.