Running out of room for all of your plants? Then why not craft a couple of macrame plant hangers. They're super cute and easy to make.
All heel and no sole: has lockdown put an end to the under-desk shoe?Many women wore trainers to commute, but changed into smart shoes once they got to work. After months of working from home, will the ‘under-desk shoe’ ever return?
'It stank of fags and booze and we loved it' – theatres that made us, from Glasgow to Soho. In the final part of our series, UK arts figures give the lowdown on the precious places that nurtured their careers ‘I’ve wrestled, climbed the walls and got a black eye there’
Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch online. From live-streams of new plays to classics from the archive, here are some of the top shows online now or coming soon – this page is updated daily
I dated my girlfriend for five years – but I never met herML and I had been together for five years, but we were never once in the same room – that’s what she insisted
The Liar’s Dictionary by Eley Williams review – big ideas in a minor key. Further adventures in love and language from the author of Attrib., as two lexicographers a century apart juggle meaning and made-up words
How the 'hub' became the most fashionable place to beThere are technology hubs, startup hubs, ‘creative coffee hubs’ and now plans for a ‘government hub’ in York
Outdoor theatre and cinema in Europe and the UK: readers' travel tips. Balmy evenings in southern Europe are favourites for open-air films, while the Cornish coast and city parks host UK theatre – with plenty of Bottom and Titania ...
Helen Mirren at 75: wild costumes, blazing performances – and a spell as a rock banshee. She has played cops, rockers, monarchs and murderers. As Helen Mirren turns 75, we celebrate her astonishing career – and remember her letter to the Guardian that led to questions in parliament
Government too late for UK culture sector in Covid-19 crisis, say MPsReport by DCMS committee slams response and ‘vague and slow-coming’ reopening plan * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage
The President and the British-born Maxwell ran in the same social circles in Palm Beach and New York.
Anna Camp didn't wear a mask in public "one time." She contracted COVID-19 and wants to warn people to take care. "I’m lucky. Because I didn’t die."
Escape with Madame Kalamazoo! National Theatre launches children's story serviceThe NT’s online platform offers personalised, interactive adventure tales for young children during the summer holidays