Editorial Features - Page 4

Why did a scared lion make the news this week and what is London's newest adults-only attraction? Find out with our weekly travel quiz.

How can birdwatching solve a mysterious murder and what is Shakespeare to Africa? Find out by reading these terrific tomes.

Our correspondent, Beccy Allen, explains why she just ran through a refugee camp in the Saharan Desert.

Ever seen a city burn to the ground? Karl Webster relives Valencia going up in flames around him as part of the fiery Las Fallas festival.

From breathtaking landscapes to curious wildlife, we pick our favourite 10 photos submitted by our Instagram followers this month.

From the subterranean theatres of Waterloo to the sticky dancefloors of Camden, we round up the best live music venues and performing arts spaces in London.

A decade after being destroyed by the Taliban, Pakistan’s only ski resort is attempting a miraculous recovery. Christoph Schrahe straps on a set of very old skis and investigates the story of Malam Jabba.

Over 40% of London’s live music venues have closed in the last 10 years and gig prices have rocketed. Pit parties could offer an affordable alternative. Daniel Fahey seeks out the solution.

Gavin Haines catches up with Tim Arnold, who speaks about the challenges facing Soho, the beating heart of London.

London’s feted pubs, live music venues and independent shops are being replaced with bland flats and boring chains, turning a once-vibrant city into a monotonous metropolis. At least that’s what the critics think, but do they have a point? Gavin Haines reports.

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