The original star of smash-hit West End show War Horse will soon be taking up residency at the V&A Museum, as a special exhibit about puppetry.
Lady Dinah's much anticipated cat cafe opens in Bethnal Green this weekend, with scores of excited visitors flocking to enjoy an excellent cup of tea and the company of the establishment's charismatic moggies.
Italian fashion has long been considered the benchmark for how people should look, with the Milan scene providing inspiration for creatives all around the world.
Now, a new exhibition aims to examine our obsession with big-name brands such as Gucci, Missoni, Prada, Valentino, Versace and Dolce and Gabbana, with a collection of outfits that would impress everyone from Twiggy to Kate Moss.
The life of the much-loved children's author Jacqueline Wilson, who has entertained British and international youngsters with a body of work that stretches back several decades, will be examined by a new exhibition at the V&A Museum of Childhood this April.
Few decades stick in the memory as prominently as the sixties. The presence of people as iconic as Twiggy, Michael Caine and Elizabeth Taylor has long since cemented this period in the forefront of the mind.