Brighton Rock is a new interpretation of Graham Greene’s classic 1930s novel, only this time it has been transplanted to the 1960s and the tale of
Hare Krishna in London tube at Piccadilly Station. By Sérgio Magalhães
Literature’s invisible figures were honoured in London on January 31 in an event to celebrate literary translation.
The British Centre for
Weaker than expected quarterly profits and a new charge for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill are overshadowing BP’s long-awaited return to a dividend
Conceptual artist Martin Creed is probably best known for his Turner prize-winning piece in 2001, The Lights Going On And Off, a work that pretty
It was supposed to be the final march to mark Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland, but not everyone agrees.
Thousands took part on Sunday, to
We won’t give in without a fight. That is the message from students at mass demonstrations held in the UK against higher tuition fees and cuts in
Britain will be further driven to the margins of the European Union and will risk facing counter reaction from the member states if it approves a
To make a bible, you need to burn 100 copies of Hitler’s Mein Kampf, mix the ashes with resin and cast the amalgamation in a mould. That is if you
Aviation safety is a worldwide concern. European researchers want to prevent further catastrophes with the help of textiles tested in explosive ways
The harshest December weather on record meant Britain’s economy shrank by 0.5 percent in the final three months of last year.
Shares have started trading of International Airlines Group – the new company combining British Airways and Iberia.
They were traded on stock
You are not likely to see Jerusalem if you are a holder of an Iranian passport, as an order on its last page prohibits any travel to the “occupied
Islamophobia has become socially acceptable in Britain, according to the co-chairman of the ruling Conservative Party.
Baroness Warsi, the first
An American preacher who threatened a mass public burning of the Koran has been banned from entering the UK.
Pastor Terry Jones provoked
One of Picasso’s most sensual works is to be auctioned by Sotheby’s after almost 80 years out of the public eye in Europe.
“La Lecture” or
The latest UK jobs figures suggest the labour market remains weak even though there was an unexpected fall in the number of people claiming jobless
Concerns over so-called binge-drinking in the UK have led the governing coalition to fix a minimum price for alcohol in England and Wales.
A surge in oil prices drove British consumer price inflation up far more than expected in December to an eight month high of 3.7 percent.
Artistic duo Gilbert and George have unveiled their latest and largest ever exhibition at the White Cube gallery in London.
Called the Urethra
BP’s shares rose on Monday on news of its Arctic exploration deal with Russia’s Rosneft.
A joint venture will develop three of Rosneft’s offshore
Britain’s central bank has kept its key interest rate at a record low 0.5 percent this month as expected.
That was despite UK consumer price
Britain’s Tesco missed Christmas sales forecasts and is blaming severe winter weather.
The 0.6 percent rise in underlying British sales from the
The UK’s goods trade deficit rose to a record high during November – a development that will raise further concerns about fourth-quarter economic
From the director of “Frida” and “Across the Universe” comes “The Tempest” which is out now.
Julie Taymor has recruited the talents of an A-list
The Royal Ballet is preparing to launch its first full-length work at Covent Garden since 1995.
‘Alice in Wonderland’ is a high-cost production –