Following the success of their Haggerston and Seven Dials venues, Chick ‘n’ Sours bring a fresh new menu to their latest restaurant in Islington.
This Monday, a pop-up record and book store aiming to ‘explore the positive connection between mental health and the arts’ will open in Stoke Newington for a one week stay.
Some of Hackney and Islington’s most popular eateries have joined forces with DesignMyNight.com – a nightlife discovery website – to stage a weekender dedicated to brunch in all its glory.
Born and raised in Islington, the revered music journalist Barry Cain is also a real talent when it comes to fiction writing. His first novel – The Types of Wrath – is available now.
Competition, teamwork and female adolescence: Clare Barron talks to Marianka Swain about her play Dance Nation, soon to arrive at the Almeida Theatre
Casa Campo Viejo serves up a five-course feast with matching wine influenced by the Rioja region of Spain.
A Highbury author has written a thriller based in a near-future Islington where people have no right to privacy
The curtain could finally be raised on a forgotten 400-seat underground theatre beneath Islington Green – a decade after it was built.
“My health is my life and I treasure that to the fullest now,” says Akua Kezia, an Upper Holloway resident and author of The Transplant Girl.
On Wednesday August 22, the Islington branch of Waterstones will open its doors to Beatles fans for a special event hosted by a leading authority on the Fab Four.
You won’t be leaving your pizza crusts behind when it comes to Yard Sale’s latest guest chef collaboration.
The festival, arranged by Hoxton Mini Press, will see a range of celebrated photographers give talks at D&AD between August 17 and 19.
Hundreds of young fans were left disappointed as touts swept up tickets to see Hayley Kiyoko at Islington’s O2 Academy – to sell them for eight times the price.
Laura Wade’s entertaining relationship drama examines the appeal of a retreat from complexity to the more defined certainties of the 50s.
Puttering up the Norfolk Broads on a sunny bank holiday weekend can be like a waterlogged version of Oxford Street.
Weather was a mixed bag but a good time was had by all at this eclectic mix of village fete, rave and family friendly music festival
Barry Humphries plays himself as the witty erudite host of the decadent entertainment of 1930s Berlin
Reinvigorating classics and telling new stories: Grimeborn festival celebrates opera artists shaking up the genre
The Last Word festival returns for its fifth year with a lineup of poetry, spoken word and slam competitions.
Ahead of their performance at The Dome in Tufnell Park on May 26, frontman Matt Baty discusses the band’s high-energy live shows and funding their forthcoming second album
Peace struggle for depth, excitement and creative inspiration on third outing.
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A comical modern dress production has an environmental theme that perfectly marries the play’s ideas of natural utopias with the idyllic Regent’s Park setting
Bizet’s classic is reimagined on the dawn of the Cuban revolution - and it’s coming to Sadler’s Wells in August.
Bridget Galton gives a four star review.
Ahead of their performance at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in July, Robyn Darbyshire speaks to Company of Elders’ oldest dancer.
A topical revival of unsung expressionist play inspired by the real life case of Ruth Snyder who killed her abusive husband
Fostering older teenagers means giving them the skills for life as an adult. Here, a supportive lodgings carer with Islington Council and young adult who has left care share their stories
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