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Jessica Swale’s new play is something of a disappointment. It feels somewhat underdeveloped, both in terms of plot and characterisation – structurally more like a pilot for Sunday-evening TV rather than a vital piece of theatre – despite some enjoyable...
The Daily: February 17
BAFTA, a golden year for British film There is no denying that it has been an incredible twelve months of film-making. However last night at the Royal Opera House it was the British film, Gravity, which swept the board and took home no less than six of...
Cultural Celebrations of Christmas around the world
When we think of Christmas, we tend to imagine mulled wine and mince pies, children hanging up stockings ready for Santa and, of course, roast turkey. But while we know so much about the traditions we follow in the UK, how similar is our Christmas to...
The Lady’s inhouse 1940s enthusiast, Melonie Clarke Many believed that the outbreak of the Second World War would stifle the fashion industry and women’s ability to show their identity and creativity through their clothing. But as the new Imperial War...
The Daily: October 28
Lynda Bellingham may be back on our TV Screens Following the death of Lynda Bellingham after she lost her battle with colon cancer last weekend, an online petition with over 150,000 signatures has made its wishes clear. The aim of the petition, which...
The Daily: October 24
Christmas is on its Way Today is the day that nearly half of all Britons will begin the challenge of Christmas shopping; the 24th October is apparently the best day to begin to undertake the mammoth task, 2 months before the big day itself. On average...
'CHILDBIRTH? I’ll be having as many drugs as possible!’
It is, I soon realised on speaking to her, almost impossible not to warm to Miss George. Just like her on-screen character Trixie, she is bubbly, beautiful and comfortingly down to earth. 'Sometimes I feel as though Trixie is just a more extreme...
Opus Anglicanum: Masterpieces of English medieval embroidery
This uplifting exhibition offers a rare opportunity to view artefacts – mostly exquisite ceremonial clothing – so beautifully executed and illustrated, so delicate, that in many cases they have not been seen in this country since being exported as...
Fashion secrets of Downton
From embellished gowns to billowy blouses, it’s no secret that the ladies of Downton Abbey have always been impeccably dressed. The 1920s were a decade where fashion began to flourish with modernity. Women abandoned restrictive clothing and opted for...
The Lady Christmas Gift Guide: Stocking Fillers
Scratching your head on how to fill those Christmas stockings this festive season? The Lady is here to help.width="130" height="171" />bottle and polar bearshaped cosy set, £10::Click on image for details" >Brussels sprouts, £9.95::Click on image for...
How to Create Classic 1940s Look
Vintage hair styling requires several things; patience, nimble fingers and a few select styling products. In my line of work as a freelance vintage hair stylist, make-up artist and owner of Sarah's Doo-Wop Dos, I regularly create many different looks...
How to Create a 1940s Updo: Tuesday
Vintage hair styling requires several things; patience, nimble fingers and a few select styling products. In my line of work as a freelance vintage hair stylist, make-up artist and owner of Sarah's Doo-Wop Dos, I regularly create many different looks...
Emma Bridgewater's Christmas
Emma Bridgwater What makes Christmas magical for you? Somewhere in the busy excitement of the build up to Christmas, I always try to make sure that there is a still point, to catch my breath and gather the family together and remember the simple sweet...
The Daily: October 14
The Beginnings of Language in the Stone Age It is possible that the creation of hand axes helped a region of the brain associated with speech evolve. The technique, known as knapping, was used in the Stone Age to craft tools similar to modern day hand...
Have a jolly easy Christmas
For many of us Christmas is defined, above all, by food. Carols and stockings and Messiahs in mangers all have their place, but when it comes down to it, the festive period is measured in meals. It tastes of citrus fruit and spice, smoked salmon and...
Born in 1890, Egon Schiele arrived at the age of 16 to study at Vienna’s celebrated Academy of Fine Arts. Even from this supposedly tender age, he was a live wire, a loose cannon, a disruptive sprite and a mischievous spirit. Once seen, his visceral...
In Chaucer’s groundbreaking book, written in the 14th century, a motley assembly of characters comes together for a pilgrimage to the shrine of St Thomas à Becket, each of them telling a story to pass the time. The Wife of Bath, aka Alyson, bursts into...
Passed by Censor
Poor Mrs. Grigg was worried, worried and angry at the same time. She knew now that she had never been intended to read the letter; but the postman had brought it and, since Mrs. Grigg considered communications thus delivered to be common property, she...
Book reviews: 27 July
OUT NOW HERO ON A BICYCLE by Shirley Hughes (Walker Books, £9.99) Shirley Hughes, familiar to most parents or, indeed, grandparents, of small children, as the creator of Alfie and his chaotic family, has now written her first novel. Hero On A Bicycle,...

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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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We are looking for a full time, live-out housekeeper/nanny. We are a relaxed young couple living in a large country house, and will have one newborn baby. [...]


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Our elderly mother needs a live in carer/companion on a part time basis. Must be warm hearted, calm & compassionate, with a good sense of humour. [...]


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