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What's on > Theatre

Admissions

Alex Kingston and Andrew Woodall are perfectly cast in Joshua Harmon's satirical comedy skewering of the hypocrisies of the liberal left.

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25th Mar 2019
Laurence Green
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Home & Lifestyle > Gardening

Spring gardening

Organic gardening growing advice for March and April - and how to manage your planting and pets.

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25th Mar 2019
Gareth Hargreaves
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Home & Lifestyle > Beauty

Spring skin care

The seasons change and so do the needs of our skin. Here are a few tips to help you transition fron winter to spring.

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25th Mar 2019
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Finance

Finding your IFISA sweet spot

Finding your IFISA sweet spot can help you get a balanced rate of return for moderate risk. Here's how an Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA) can help you bypass stodgy, under-performing ISAs and get the returns you expect for a risk you’re willing to take.

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22nd Mar 2019
James Hester
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Finance > News & Views

How will Brexit affect my retirement pension?

Brexit is imminent and many thousands of Britons still do not know how their pensions will fare when the UK exits the EU.

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20th Mar 2019
Peter McGahan
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What's on > Theatre

Waitress

"A truly tasty treat, bringing an uplifting celebration of love and laughter to the West End stage." Laurence Green reviews Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre.

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20th Mar 2019
Laurence Green
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Home & Lifestyle

What does home mean to you?

By supporting St Mungo’s with a gift in your Will, you can help people experiencing homelessness in the future and give them the skills and confidence to build a new beginning for themselves.

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20th Mar 2019
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Health

hVIVO is helping protect the over 60s from common viral infections

A new clinical study is looking at how healthy people aged 60-75 years old respond to respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infections - and you can help.

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18th Mar 2019
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Travel > World Wide

Egypt’s Red Sea Riviera

Michael Edwards relaxes at The Cascades Golf Resort, Spa & Thalasso on Somabay

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18th Mar 2019
Michael Edwards
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Finance > News & Views

How will Brexit affect my monthly bills

As the interminable Brexit wrangles continue we take a look at how leaving the Eu will affect your monthly bills.

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14th Mar 2019
Peter McGahan
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Travel > World Wide

Mauritius in 10 tastes

The flavours of Mauritius tell the story of this Indian Ocean nation from colonial days through to independence. Michael Edwards tastes his way around the island.

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13th Mar 2019
Michael Edwards
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Home & Lifestyle > Beauty

Spring beauty

Stick your winter coats back in the cupboard and turn your attention to a spring skincare clean and bringing back your natural glow.

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13th Mar 2019
Eloise Craven-Todd
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What's on > Theatre

Berberian Sound Studios

Cult 2012 film Berberian Sound Studios, playing at the Donmar Warehouse, is an example of how what works on celluloid can fall flat in the theatre.

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12th Mar 2019
Laurence Green
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What's on > Theatre

Only Fools and Horses

An affectionate, if lightweight, homage to the classic BBC sitcom with delightful performances from Tom Bennett (Del Boy) and Paul Whitehouse (Grandad). Laurence Green reviews.

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11th Mar 2019
Laurence Green
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Finance > Property

Why rent instead of buy?

Renting may not suit everyone, but it’s growing in popularity and more retired people could step off off the property ladder and join ‘Generation Rent’, writes Gillian Girling.

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7th Mar 2019
Gillian Girling
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Health > Help beat cancer sooner: Leaving a gift in your Will

Jean: The impact of gifts in Wills

How research helped Jean Bayliss beat her cancer and pledge her support for Cancer Research UK.

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4th Mar 2019
Cancer Research UK
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Health > Help beat cancer sooner: Leaving a gift in your Will

What Cancer Research UK does

Pledge to Cancer Research UK and you can help continue life-saving research.

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4th Mar 2019
Cancer Research UK
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Health > Help beat cancer sooner: Leaving a gift in your Will

How gifts in Wills make a difference

Gifts in Wills provide the essential support needed to conduct research and make a positive impact for people living with cancer.

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4th Mar 2019
Cancer Research UK
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Health > Help beat cancer sooner: Leaving a gift in your Will

Edd: How pledges make breakthroughs possible

Dr Edd James, a Cancer Research UK scientist, researches how the immune system can be harnessed to fight cancer.

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4th Mar 2019
Cancer Research UK
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Health > Help beat cancer sooner: Leaving a gift in your Will

How to leave a gift in your Will

Make your pledge to leave a gift in your Will and help beat cancer sooner for future generations

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4th Mar 2019
Cancer Research UK
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Health > Help beat cancer sooner: Leaving a gift in your Will

Making things simpler with Cancer Research UK's free Will writing service

Leaving a gift to a charity in your Will is a great way to leave a positive legacy behind, here’s our easy guide to ensure the causes dearest to you continue to benefit after you've gone.

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4th Mar 2019
Cancer Research UK
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Health > Help beat cancer sooner: Leaving a gift in your Will

Antiques and heirlooms and the fight against cancer

Pledge to leave your antiques to Cancer Research UK in your Will and you could save lives for generations to come

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4th Mar 2019
Cancer Research UK
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Health > Help beat cancer sooner: Leaving a gift in your Will

Jo: A personal reason to pledge

Jo Williamson has been a Cancer Research UK supporter for more than 20 years and has pledged a gift in his Will to help the charity continue its crucial work.

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4th Mar 2019
Cancer Research UK
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Health > Help beat cancer sooner: Leaving a gift in your Will

Then and now – the difference that cancer research makes

Following a century of progress, you can fund the future of Cancer Research UK

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4th Mar 2019
Cancer Research UK
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Finance > News & Views

Brexit B-Day house price risks

Brexit: It’s like trying to use a kitchen roll for a boat sail in a multiple angle storm.

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4th Mar 2019
Peter McGahan
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Travel > World Wide

A walking safari

If you’re planning a safari don’t forget to include some time exploring by foot. Michael Edwards says there is much to be learnt from slow travel.

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4th Mar 2019
Michael Edwards
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What's on > Theatre

Tartuffe

This fresh, funny and thoughtful production shows that Tartuffe has lost none of its sparkle, writes Laurence Green.

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4th Mar 2019
Laurence Green
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Home & Lifestyle > Food & Drink

Pancake day palate pleasers

Three delicious alternatives that will ensure pancake day doesn't blow a hole in your healthy eating plans.

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1st Mar 2019
50connect editorial
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Home & Lifestyle > Fashion

Redefining how older women are viewed

Gabriela Rickli-Gerster, a 63 year old model, left the audience at the Vivienne Westwood show in London speechless after walking down the runway twice.

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27th Feb 2019
50connect editorial
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Home & Lifestyle > Gardening

Making & using organic compost

Alan and Joan Gould garden two acres at Woodrising in North Lincolnshire. Here they explain the how to create the perfect organic compost.

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26th Feb 2019
50connect editorial


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