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Arts & Leisure, Page 2

In the first of two parts, IGT speaks to the master tailors of Savile Row to learn the intricacies of the bespoke process, from detailed measurements and patterns, to the “magic” that turns it all into a truly special garment.

London’s grottiest little venues can prove fertile ground for discovering the best new talent – talent which has found its place in Hollywood soundtracks, and just might be headlining arenas before very long.

Tony Moore, founder of the legendary Kashmir Klub, has started a brand new monthly event, curating the best new musical talent in an intimate venue with great sound. Oh, and it’s free.

Ice skating is well-established in several temporary festive locations in London these days. But with the actual session on the ice over rather quickly, it’s worth picking somewhere with a little more to offer besides the rink. IGT’s got the guide.

Italy is most probably the home of opera, with venues like La Scala pricking up ears regularly. The reality can sometimes leave one disenchanted, if tickled, but the promise of one of the world’s finest voices made IGT return.

The first exhibition hung at the National Gallery on the artist in a decade, Caravaggio is the subject of a show opening this week. Drawing especially from other domestic collections around the UK, and Ireland, the Gallery seeks to demonstrate the work of the master and those he influenced across the compass of his eighteen short active years.

Milan is the perfect, unique yet truly Italian location for a quick city break. IGT gives you the guide to two days there, with the first right here.