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A golden opportunity not to be missed
For 50 years, the City of London Festival (24 June to 27 July) has brought some of the world's best musicians and performers to the capital's most iconic locations. To celebrate the festival's Golden Jubilee, the organisers are staging their most...
Radio Reviews: 22 June
Being a night owl and living a 10-minute walk from my local theatre means that Ken Dodd's shows hold no fear for me. I can sit for four or five hours and enjoy one of the last surviving variety greats without worrying about missing my last train or bus...
Over the holidays, my longest period of exposure to the wireless is when I’m slaving away in the kitchen on 25 December to produce a groaning board of what Tony Hancock called ‘assorted belt strainer’. The choice of accompaniment is paramount. I’ll be...
‘No bacon sandwich will ever be as good as my granny’s...’
Sausage and mash with beans, my mum’s cheese scones warm from the oven, and my grandad’s homemade pickled onions: all these come to mind when I think about home comforts. And according to much-loved British chef James Martin, we could all do with more...
Treat yourself to a Posh night out
Following the recent success of Jerusalem and Clybourne Park, the Royal Court returns to the West End with three shrewdly perceptive and razor sharp new plays, Posh, Jumpy and Constellations. Now on, the Royal Court’s West End season has begun with...
Enjoy a 10% discount on fragrances
Fancy a new fragrance? Readers of The Lady are entitled to a special 10% discount at . This discout is available exclusively between 15/6/2012 and midnight on 28/6/2012. To claim your discount, simply enter code LADY2012 at...
Gallop away to the theatre
Peel Heritage brings the classic novel of Black Beauty to life this summer in a stylish and modern theatre adaptation. Staged at some of the most magnificent stately homes in Britain, including Althorp House in Northamptonshire; Lulworth Castle,...
The Daily: May 30
Empty gaps filled at the Tate Modern Lucian Freud’s Girl in a Striped Nightdress is one piece that is being showcased at the Tate Modern gallery. In an act of philanthropy, Mercedes and Ian Stoutzker gave the Tate Modern nine other works of art. The...
The Daily: May 29
Times really do change The Diamond Jubilee is fast approaching, and whilst many reminisce about the past and become nostalgic over the good times, a recent survey shows it was not all plain sailing. Data from the Office of National Statistics reveals...
Film Review: 18 May
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST 3D Given the phenomenal success of Avengers Assemble (reviewed by Barry Norman next week), executives at Disney could quite easily spend the next few years lolling around in fancy chairs, throwing money into the air rather than...
Lady Events
The Lady goes vintage... ...aboard the British Pullman to Goodwood on 15 September 2012 The usual price is £395, but subscribers to The Lady and The Lady Ambassadors will enjoy a 20% discount on this price, and all readers may take advantage of a 10%...
Radio Reviews: 11 May
Nowadays, particularly on the internet, if you dare to venture a criticism of something, some smart Alec will reply 'If you don't like it, don't listen/watch/shove it up your nose'. There's a lot to be said for this approach, not least in terms of...
Film Review: 4 May
AT CINEMAS NOW Turning a daft idea into gold Heart-warming, with a classy cast, this is good old-fashioned entertainment The critics have been rather sniffy about this one, much as they were with Love Actually, sucking their teeth reprovingly over the...
Book reviews: 4 May
OUT NOW WHEN I DIE Philip Gould (Little, Brown £14.99) When a top Labour strategist who lives and breathes for politics contracts cancer it is inevitable that the language of campaigning infects his thoughts and speech. 'Everything I thought about the...
The Print Room
Fed up of trooping up West to a theatre and sitting with your knees jammed into your chest, for an experience that – including pre-performance drinks and a jumbo box of Maltesers and "a bite" somewhere afterwards - works out as more expensive than a...
Book reviews: 6 April
OUT NOW ALYS, ALWAYS Harriet Lane (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, £12.99), 224pp It's not often that you pick up a first novel with an unpromising title and a somewhat gloomy cover by a female writer you've never really heard of and, six hours later, put it...
Power on a Plate
I am a firm believer that exercise works better than any drug. If I am grumpy, a run, a couple of sets of singles, a walk up a vertical cleeve on Exmoor, preferably during an extreme weather event, sort me out. I cheer up, and feel much better, both...

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We are looking to appoint a Dormitory Mistress/Master for 5 nights per week, weekday evenings and nights only, term time. (35 weeks). [...]


Housekeeper to Headmaster
We have an opportunity for an experienced live-out housekeeper. You will provide a cleaning and hospitality service for the Headmaster and his guests and help to ensure the household runs efficiently. [...]


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