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Jean Bernard Fernandez-Versini road tests his new cocktail

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Jean Bernard Fernandez-Versini road tests his new cocktail

The Jackal’s man in Cannes warms up to the weekend with a very drinkable new cocktail

Hot Scot, Craig McGinlay

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Hot Scot, Craig McGinlay

Craig McGinlay was supposed to be an international rugby player. But instead, this week he’s starring in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Time for a round table with the man himself

Freedom in the City, The Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square

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Freedom in the City, The Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square

The Four Seasons’ latest hotel is yet another indicator that London’s commercial heartland is becoming a fashionable hub

24 hours in Cambridge

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24 hours in Cambridge

In search of an idyllic weekend getaway that’s close to home? Look no further

Maison Assouline welcomes Vins Extraordinaires

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Maison Assouline welcomes Vins Extraordinaires

Is there anything more civilised than a good book and a glass of red? If there is, we’ve yet to find it

Bank Holiday recommendations, The Jackal

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Five things to brighten your bank holiday

You’ve had two lazy days, now it’s time to get out and about. Here are five things to keep you busy this bank holiday Monday.

Pink Floyd, Their Mortal Remains

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Pink Floyd, Their Mortal Remains

The V&A has announced the release of a new book. It may be about one of the most hard hitting rock bands in history, but it’s a surprisingly civilised read

The Peroni Ambra Party

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The Peroni Ambra Party

Peroni has brought a new beer to London and it’s yours to try for two nights only this weekend

Head to The Ned

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Head to The Ned

London’s latest super-hotel opened this week. It promises luxury on an epic scale, but is it set to live up to the hype?

Mark Rylance receives a knighthood

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Mark Rylance receives a knighthood

As Sir Mark Rylance is honoured for his services to drama, we reflect on the achievements of an individual who is every bit the Jackal

The American Dream and The Japanese House

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The American Dream and The Japanese House

The Jackal’s Editor-at-Large critiques two of London’s most curious current exhibitions

Marcus Wareing discusses the death of fine dining

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Marcus Wareing discusses the death of fine dining

Marcus Wareing has cooked in sitting rooms all over the world. But as he tells The Jackal, these days even a two-Michelin-star TV chef can’t say ‘no’ to a customer

From Selfie to Self-Expression

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From Selfie to Self-Expression

The digital age is changing art – or at least, that’s what the Saatchi Gallery’s latest exhibition invites us to wonder

Sharon Horgan on Britain’s most brutal sitcom

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Sharon Horgan on Britain’s most brutal sitcom

Sharon Horgan, it seems, has a thing for dysfunctional relationships, as is testified by her latest creation

The Silo Hotel, Cape Town

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The Silo Hotel, Cape Town

Meet one of the most significant architectural transformations of 2017

Luke Evans and Save The Children

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Luke Evans and Save The Children

He may be one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars, but The Jackal’s launch issue cover star is also the ambassador for a charity that has changed the lives of countless children for good

Banksy’s Walled Off Hotel, Bethlehem

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Banksy’s Walled Off Hotel, Bethlehem

Political statement, social satire or cultural misappropriation? Banksy’s latest ‘installation’ is nothing if not divisive

Telephone Boxes, Covent Garden, The Jackal

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The man who saved Britain’s red telephone boxes

The imminent demise of the Routemaster will leave Londoners with little street heritage to call their own, save for one last upstanding citizen: the red telephone box. Meet Reg Lewis, the man who singlehandedly saved it from corporate whitewash