Mr Twit's Odious Ale will be unveiled as part of theatrical dining experience, Dinner with the Twits.
The most iconic music festival of all time kicked off on 15 August 1969 and made history.
Get inspired by Team GB's heroic efforts in Rio and dive into one of the relaxing outdoor pools on your doorstep.
'Open' brewery launches brand new 800-litre brewing tank to kick-start craft beer trading in London.
The multi-venue performing arts centre has been recognised as one of the most distinctive buildings of the 20th century.
Three-day celebration of the spirit, power and culture of tribes that have been practised for generations.
New temporary supermarket wine bar is an interesting idea but suffers from a somewhat flawed execution.
App lets you buy guilt-free dinner for few pounds using food that would have been thrown away.
From tubes of jam and cream to Pimms jelly, you can do so much better than a dry scone this week.
While many of us are on holiday, the Royals have official engagements through the summer.
Now in its 38th year, teams from the UK and other countries enjoy four day festival at Ashton Court Estate.
Our verdict: Cheery small plates, a slightly expensive bill and a curiously empty fish tank.
Annual arts festival is a sea of weird and wonderful performances so we have picked the best for you.
If you're stuck in the endless online queue, there are (a few) ways you can still get to enjoy the play.
Poke a hole in your bun to make cream ooze out...
Royal couple enjoyed a pint of ale and did a spot of shopping at the annual horticultural event in Norfolk.
M Victoria Street is offering the complimentary drink every Friday in August 2016.
From the New Forest to Gloucester, the Royal family will be found across the country this week.
It's hot, you're in Covent Garden, so go: you don't need a reservation for the Palomar's Berber-style eatery.
Why play alone when you can head to one of the many Pokemon Go events going on in London.