There are many pitfalls to dusting down old material and presenting it anew.
The “forgotten Holocaust” against the Roma people is explored in a novel and a forthcoming exhibition
Marvel’s latest sequel starts off sharper and funnier than the first, but loses its way in the second half
STEFANIA SARUBBA talks to the co-founder of a new arts festival in London Fields celebrating every aspect of human creativity
Bridget Galton talks to a photographer who stays in the moment to capture the capital with fresh eyes
The Armeian Genocide deserves a better film but The Promise is the one it’s got and it may be enough
The Islington band has released the video for Midnight Oil, a customised visual experience that generates different scenes depending how the viewer clicks.
Flashback Records is one of the top record shop companies in the UK. But like all indie stores, it had to endure some tough times before the vinyl revolution came along. Owner Mark Burgess tells the Gazette about his change in fortunes.
Damien Lewis and Sophie Okonedo both shine in Edward Albee’s story about a man who falls in love with a goat
The Golden Egg Love Fest runs at the Shacklewell Lane Mosque over the weekend of April 22 - 23, offering music, dance, spoken word, yoga, food and spirituality
The artist’s work explores the differences between tangible places and abstract spaces
This crowd-funded record puts BSP back in the frame – food for hearts, minds and feet
The punk-slash-folk group plays at The Garage in Highbury on April 8, collecting food and clothes for those in need
Simon Callow, Matt Berry, Simon Bird, Tom Rosenthal, Charlotte Ritchie and Lily Cole talk to Zoe Paskett about working on the 70s comedy classic at Trafalgar Studios
Cressida Carré offers an intriguing provocation with her all-female revival of Laura Wade’s portrait of entitled white male excess
The Scottish band are left searching for past passion and power in their first record since 1998
George Brown started out busking. Now she’s launching her debut EP, following in the footsteps of her SoCal heroes, finds ZOE PASKETT
Featuring top fiddlers from Steeleye Span, Fairport Convention and Show of Hands, the folk rock outfit that has been likened to a group of geography teachers takes to the Chapel stage
In a world though where it increasingly feels as though artifice and career-goals have taken precedence over authenticity, her stock offers increasing value
Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s extraordinary true story of how a satirical magazine was produced in the trenches of WW1
Set on the Suffolk coast where she grew up, Tallulah Brown’s new play has universal as well as local connotations
Luke Hallgarten grew up in Golders Green and attended Hampstead Garden Suburb primary and King Alfred’s before running away to join the circus
BRIDGET GALTON talks to director Cressida Carré about women taking on the male elite in her all female production of Posh, coming to the Pleasance Theatre
Set in the Second World War in a sleepy Devon village, the poignant comedy follows George and an eccentric cast as they take on Henry V.
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