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The Little Lobster Bar packs a big punch

Upgrade your lunchtime at The Little Lobster Bar, the new champagne and seafood bar from Bedales of Borough and BOB’s Lobster

"There’s a whole lot more of me that I don’t even know about.” Max Harwood is ready to get the world talking

It started as a documentary. Then it became a West End musical. Now it’s a major movie. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a modern phenomenon. We meet its star Max Harwood, a name soon to be everywhere

"You need to try and understand people." Iman Amrani is giving journalists a good name

Iman Amrani is best known for her award-winning video series on modern masculinity, but her life is no less fascinating than her work. We sit down for a conversation about conversations

L.A.X: "I would love to work on a song with Drake"

The multitalented Nigerian musician L.A.X tells us about his dream collaborations, his sporting prowess and his favourite Nike Air Force Ones

Legare is a Tower Bridge treat

Tower Bridge Italian Legare encapsulates the very best of the London restaurant scene: fantastic food served in an unpretentious yet classy setting

Visiting Belfast? Three hotels for your consideration

Want to escape the Big Smoke? Belfast is an unexplored gem of a city a mere two hours from London. Check into one of these delightful hotels

Hate him or love him, Conor McGregor changed the face of modern boxing

Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor took place four years ago this month. The fight established McGregor as a global superstar but boxing is still feeling the hangover

Lunch at Lyle's is a delightful deal

One of London's finest restaurants, Lyle's is offering a three-course lunch menu for a ridiculous £30. It's one of the best deals going in the capital

Junsei serves up all of the chicken – literally

Marylebone restaurant Junsei specialises in the art of Yakitori – grilled chicken skewers that utilise every bit of the bird. Take a seat at the counter and feast on some fowl

Jack Rowan: "Growing up, my ultimate hero was Rey Mysterio"

Jack Rowan is an actor going places. He tells us about his multiple new roles, his childhood hero Rey Mysterio and his beloved old rucksack – as well as the contents of his shopping list. Frozen chips. Strong

Transform your body and mind with White Collar Fight Club

Want to better your physical and mental health in front of a cheering crowd? White Collar Fight Club is staging shows in September and October. We spoke to former participant Stephen Lynch about a unique experience

Andina brings the fiesta to Spitalfields

Peruvian restaurant Andina has relocated from Shoreditch to Spitalfields. With a new menu and underground bar, the experience is bigger and better than ever

Tom Davis: "You can tell my mood from what glasses I'm wearing"

Tom Davis went from working on a building site to becoming a comedy star thanks to Murder In Successville and King Gary. Next up? Stand up! Or maybe a flying car...

"I can’t do one thing forever..." | The many faces of KSI

Musician. Boxer. Entrepreneur. YouTuber. KSI is doing life like nobody has ever done before him. Meet a 21st-century phenomenon

Nicky Hornby's Fever Pitch shows the more things seem to change, the more they stay the same

For the inaugural Square Mile Book Club, we revisit Nick Hornby's 1992 classic Fever Pitch – the greatest football book ever written. It depicts a different world. It could have been published yesterday. The more things seem to change, the more they stay the same...

The Estate is reinventing the festival experience

Want to do music festivals a little differently? Enter The Estate Festival, a new boutique venture that combines an eco-friendly ethos with VIP service.

Blade Soho makes haircuts fun

Part hairdresser, part members' club, Blade is pure Soho – inventive, social, and a little bit out of the ordinary.

Why the Southgate Ballad is the greatest football song of all time (a line-by-line analysis)

It's been sung in pubs and squares across the country, but the Southgate ballad is more than a catchy tune – it's one of the great football songs, every word fraught with meaning. We break it down line-by-line...

Josh Denzel: "David Haye hit me with a punch from hell!"

Josh Denzel is updating the nation with dispatches from the England squad. We managed to catch up with the presenter to discuss his idol Reggie Yates, red-carpet encounters with Will Smith – and the time he was punched by David Haye

“I never thought I'd play for England." How John Stones went from Championship to champion

At the age of 27, John Stones has established himself as one of the finest defenders in world football, with a trophy cabinet to match his talent. He takes Max Williams through his rise to the very top