Christmas is all about spending time with family and friends.
Of course, if you don’t really like them, you could quite happily pass the whole festive season playing this highly-addictive yuletide game.
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Low key and understated are two adjectives redundant in the vocabulary of The Mighty Boosh.
Arriving on stage at The O2 on Wednesday, December 17, Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt, as their Boosh alter egos Vince Noir and Howard Moon, are 'electronic castaways', The Future Sailors.
Whether you are having to come in to work over the festive period or you just need to get out of the house and away from Christmas television re-runs you are likely to encounter some yuletide travel problems.
Here's The Wharf's rundown on what's running and not running for the Christmas and New Year period.
Oz Clarke was bringing some festive spirit to Canary Wharf when he made his annual pilgrimage to Waitrose to give discerning wine enthusiasts the benefit of his vast knowledge.
The reigning world wine tasting champion – he won when the competition was last held in 1985 - gave his Christmas tipple tips to The Wharf.
With the party season getting into full swing there is always the dilemma of where to head for some festive fun without being hit too heavily in the wallet.
One option could be to head over the river to Water Margin, at The O2, for some Christmas fare with a difference, and at a bargain price.
Nigel Seeley - The Wizard of Odds - is putting his cash on Sam Allardyce being appointed as the new Blackburn manager.
Last week's Sports Personality of the Year ceremony produced another shock result when Chris Hoy landed odds of 8/1 to be crowned the top man, beating our 3/1 headline selection Lewis Hamilton.
By Andrew Williams
Food is the centrepiece of most Christmases. From roast turkey, to turkey curry, to turkey sandwiches to turkey supreme, the gift that keeps on giving usually lasts well after the last cracker has been pulled.
A bout of non-smoking reduces Dan Bourke's existence to a collection of numbers
This year I bought 32 books and I read 26, 16 of which were from that 32.
This gives me a hit rate of 16 (50 per cent). Which isn’t great, but it’s an improvement on last year’s score of 23 (37.5 per cent).
I read somewhere that 50 per cent of office workers have to drink in order to enjoy themselves at their Christmas party.
You have to wonder if the other 50 per cent are on heroin as I can’t imagine facing a work do anything other than off my face.