Sue Elliott takes a glimpse inside the David Parr family home, not far from the historic centre of Cambridge. Step inside and more
than a century slips away.
Music: John Carrod reviews: The Epic by Kamasi Washington (above), Choose Your Weapon by Hiatus Kaiyote and Shine by Joni Mitchell. We preview the Cambridge Classical Concert Series 2015/16 and Mandy Moreton reviews the coming Cambridge Folk Festival
Books: Reviews by John Carrod: Frank Pick’s London: Design and the Modern City by Oliver Green, Norfolk Parish Treasures: North and West Norfolk by Peter Tolhurst and the A–Z of Printmaking by Elly Robinson
London Beat: Major Eric Ravilious show at The Dulwich Picture Gallery, Train Landscape: detail above. The Camden Gallery celebrates 50 years. London art festivals. Selfridges: Ernest Race BA2 Chairs and much more...
News from around our region: A major light show by American artist James Turrell at Houghton Hall, East Anglian Open Studios, Art in Clay at Hatfiled, Intereast arts’ show case, the Burnham Art Trail, Curwen Studio’s Open Weekend and much more...
Photo © Katharina Klug ceramics.
Rod Shone reflects on James Weaver’s artistic career, shown here at his studio window, and his diversion into café culture.
Photo © Rod Shone
A talent for DIY can transform a house into a national treasure, as
Sue Elliott found out after glimpsing inside a domestic time capsule