Olivier, National Theatre, London
Asylum seekers are being crammed into overcrowded and substandard accommodation by G4S and Serco, according to a watchdog.
Male grooming means more than a daily once-over with soap. Moisturisers and exfoliators are the key to looking and feeling good, writes Lee Holmes
If Haddin is about to retire, what better way to go than after the series of his life in which he has saved the Aussies time and time again?
The former home of Dick Whittington combines medieval grandeur with modern comforts, says Matthew Bell
We spend a good proportion of our time sitting on our sofa, so it's a piece worth investing in. Here's our pick of the best
Tim Richardson's book The New English Garden (Frances Lincoln, £40) is the best kind of book to have by your side over Christmas. It is a big, lush production, superbly put together and is printed on thick paper that captures images beautifully. Most of the photographs are by Andrew Lawson (nobody is better) and they are well used, in luscious double spreads of reflecting pools and stilt hedges, bamboo groves and bananas, eremurus ("compulsory" in Noughties planting, says Richardson) and stipa.
Whether you’re leaving for an overnight stay on business or going on a city break, hoteliers know what you want and the rooms are about to change. Simon Calder investigates
Make bedtime less of a battle with our pick of the best beds your little ones will be desperate to settle down in for lights out
UK homeowners have spent £413 on kitchen gadgets in the past year
Palm-sized cubes use flywheels and magnets to snap together with future applications including emergency repairs and configurable furniture
Holes in the roof, haunted fire alarms and over-friendly cockroaches; Louise Tompkins has lived to tell the tale
'Balance from Within' uses satellite gyroscopes (and magnets) to keep itself together.
Upon arriving in Edinburgh for the Fringe, my show aside, my main concern is my accommodation. For performers, finding suitable accommodation for the festival is often a mixture of trial and error, following tip-offs and plain dumb luck.
The Australian interior designer, dubbed the "house whisperer", invites readers into her Sydney home in her new book, Things I Love
Interiors brand Matruska has a new website that shows off the founder’s fashionable past.