Damien Hirst’s kebab, Van Morrison, Ibsen’s lies, and bonfire night are our choices for London this weekend.
Tracey Emin’s four-poster bed, Van Gogh’s second-hand boots, Crosby, Stills & Nash and a portrait of Prince Charles are our choices for London this weekend.
After the exotic character names “Amneris” and “Amonasro” listed in the program for Verdi’s opera “Aida,” it’s odd to see a character called “Amelia Edwards.”
Bob Dylan’s doodles, Bryan Ferry and “The Sound of Music” are our choices for London this week.
Lady Gaga is going for the biggest arena she can find on her return to London. Not content with the O2’s 20,000 seats, she’s got the 55,000 at Twickenham Stadium.
Eric Clapton is settling in for a two-week annual residency.
Marlon Brando’s upper arms bulge effortlessly in a classic shot from 1950.
Dracula, Frida Kahlo and Lady Gaga are our (non-related) choices for London this weekend.
CPC Group Ltd., the developer owned by Christian Candy, won local-government approval to convert an office building in London’s Knightsbridge neighborhood into a home that’s 16 times the size of a typical U.K. residence.
Mark Rylance has changed gender.