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Welcome: Founder and editor Jeannine Saba and executive editor John Foley welcome readers
Cloth Fair: The original site of the Fair, where number 41-42 survives as the oldest inhabited house in the City of London
Retail Therapy: The City Courant discovers the most sensational gifts in the area
The Bart of the Matter: Matthew Bell traces the history of the Fair, Church and Hospital
Spirit of the City: The City’s five Business Improvement Districts will host Fair Spectaculars.
Needles to say: Adam Dant on camels, eyes of needles and the Merchant Taylors Company
In Full Swing: John Nixon’s watercolour shows the rides on offer at the Fair
Fun: Collage artist Sarah Perkins celebrates All the Fun of the Fair
Enduring Worship: The Reverend Marcus Walker tells the 900-year story of Great St Bartholomew
The play’s the thing: John Foley urges a new production of Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair (1614) in the Barbican for 2024
Founding Fathers: Mick O’Hare reveals literary and Livery connections in Cloth Fair. Professor Charles Knight (OBE), chief executive of St Bartholomew’s Hospital, highlights commemorations from Barts 900 anniversary year.
The gloves are off: Al Farquhar reviews the astonishing variety of performances at the Fair, including bare-knuckle fights.
The beat goes on: Will Palin, CEO of Barts Heritage Trust, on the Fair’s imminent revival
Local knowledge: Examples of what’s on offer at the Fair from 32 August to 16 September
Food for Thought: This autumn the Cook and Butler offer fine dining in venues including two sumptuous rooms at Guildhall
Past and Present: A cast of City characters
A Courant Day: If we had our way, every day would be like this …
Our City of London Map: Created by Adam Dant
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