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Look on the bright side at London’s light show

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Showcasing artwork from the 1960s onwards, the illuminating and disorientating Hayward Gallery exhibition throws visitors’ perception of light and space.
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Mini guide to Edinburgh’s pubs

The Athens of the North has more howffs – or drinking dens – per inhabitant than almost anywhere else in the UK, making it a fantastic destination for a wee dram.
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Entire English town competes in Shrove football

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Played every year since at least 1667, England’s Royal Shrovetide Football Match pits residents against each other in a two-day, town-wide game.
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Mini guide to dining in Somerset

This corner of England’s western country is known for quiet villages and orchards – but it is also home to exciting gastronomic traditions and contemporary spins on old-fashioned food.
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Sky high at London’s Shard

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The tallest building in Western Europe opens its viewpoint to the public on 1 February, looking down on the toy-town tiny landmarks of St Paul's Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament.
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Voices of Henley-on-Thames, England

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Though the town is famed for its annual, world-renowned regatta, Henley-on-Thames is more than just a stop along the iconic river.


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