In this issue of Saga Magazine : Dame Judi Dench, the cover star of September’s Saga Magazine, is an inspiration. At 82, she has a new film out this month – Victoria & Abdul – about Queen Victoria’s frowned-upon friendship with a handsome young Indian clerk. She talks to us about the joy of finding love again in later life and her determination to keep working despite her failing eyesight.
Unlikely pals – including a camp drag queen and a suit-wearing businessman – also feature in our exploration of friendship. An exploration of why the world is the way it is, and how it might be, is at the heart of this year’s Folkestone Triennial. Meet artist Lubaina Himid, at 62 the oldest Turner Prize nominee, whose intriguing work is on show as part of the Kent seaside town’s extraordinary outdoor exhibition.
We examine what Brexit might mean for the 1.2m Brits who have settled abroad in the EU, and for those whose dream is to follow in their footsteps.
All that, plus our regular pages of invaluable money advice from Paul Lewis and Annie Shaw, health problems diagnosed by Dr Mark Porter, relationship dilemmas resolved by Jo Brand, gardening know-how, expert travel advice and a last laugh with Bill Bailey.
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