LIFESTYLE

It’s a no from me

It’s a no from me

Robert Tanitch reviews I Can’t Sing! at London Palladium, W1 A satire at the expense of Simon Cowell and The X Factor might be good enough for an extended revue sketch; but, on the evidence of this sh ...
An unorthodox, not quite thrilling, drama

An unorthodox, not quite thrilling, drama

The low-budget British independent film, The Fold makes the most of the wild coastline of Cornwall and the fields of daffodils harvested by Bulgarian workers who live in gypsy camps on the outskirts o ...
Confessions of a trainspotter

Confessions of a trainspotter

The National Railway Museum is delving into the mind of today’s trainspotter, with a fresh exploration of the much misunderstood hobby. Visitors to ‘Trainspotting’ will be able to experience the stron ...