Could this former stained-glass factory become a theatreland favourite, asks Amol Rajan.
How Italian do you like your Italian restaurant? Do you enjoy the full theatricals of gesticulating padrone, chequered napery and yard-long pepper grinder? Would you prefer the Milanese chic of L'Anima? How about the small-plates-of-something-from-Liguria connoisseurship of Bocca di Lupo?
Two men connected to the republican movement in Northern Ireland have been ruled responsible for the Omagh bombing after a landmark civil action.
Mystery deepens over work that disappeared from Poundland wall
Team GB's athletics captain Dai Greene has said that the pressure is now on after Britain's Olympics success at the weekend.
Infamous Isle of Man TT circuit poses extraordinary dangers but riders just keep coming
A magnitude-6.0 earthquake shook several small towns in northeast Italy Sunday, killing four people, knocking down a clock tower and other centuries-old buildings and causing millions in losses to the region known for making Parmesan cheese.
Experts fear they are fighting a losing battle as increasingly erratic conditions take their toll
A friend of mine was once apprehended by the police for forgery and counterfeiting. He was a boy at the time, which preserved him from a stretch at her Majesty's Pleasure; but he was sent down from an illustrious public school – where he had acquired great popularity by handing out what appeared to be £5 notes to delighted fellow pupils. These notes had been doing sterling work in the shops of the nearest village until the recipients took them to put into their bank account and were told that the fivers were cleverly constructed duds.
The masons of the Niger Delta city of Djenné are uniquely talented, says Jane Labous
The busy Canal du Midi isn't the only place to take a river cruise. Sarah Donnelly boards a solar-powered boat for a new tour of the Lot
The PM's reluctance to pay has police fearing the costs will be taken from their already stretched finances
Don't ignore a house because it's ugly on the outside. Ruth Bloomfield meets a couple who transformed theirs
For years, neighbours wondered what went on in the mysterious 'rich person's house'. Now they know
Sir Frank Lampl, a Holocaust survivor and Cold War prisoner, went on to become chairman of Bovis, turning it into one of the world's leading construction companies. Lampl epitomised man's desire to survive and succeed in the face of adversity and earned a worldwide reputation as one of the industry's leading figures.
Keiko Fujimori is among the frontrunners in Peru's presidential campaign, overcoming allegations of corruption and her father's tainted legacy. Simeon Tegel reports from Lima