David Spicer’s new dark comedy has sex, slapstick and silly behaviour performed by an outstanding cast with a collective CV spanning Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Doctor Who and Phone Shop
A man with multiple personalities abducts three teenage girls and subjects them to a gruesome fate – they are going to be acted at beyond endurance
Holloway snapper Josh Redman’s clients include international businesses – but Islington is still his inspiration, he tells the Gazette.
Mastermind behind 69 Colebrooke Row and Bar Termini will unveil his new venture in Kingsland Road in February
Joel Fry, actor known for Plebs, WIA and You, Me and the Apocalypse, talks to Bridget Galton about Raising Martha on at the Park Theatre
The core of the Parkhotel regime is the seven day programme, with three medical assessments, daily treatments, a diet plan, use of swimming pool, sauna and panoramic gym
The Estorick Collection reopens following a five month refurbishment with new exhibition of rarely displayed artwords
The new exhibition at Transition Gallery brings together 5 artists to explore the idea of The Dark Wood
ZOE PASKETT talks to the creators of a new series, My America, exploring conversations in the back of an Uber in the run up to the US election
The 29th London Art Fair runs until January 22 with art spanning the early 20th century to present day
Rufus Sewell, Tim Key and Paul Ritter exude charisma in Yazmina Reza’s Laurence Olivier Award winning comedy
EMMA BARTHOLOMEW gives the thumbs up to the revamped cocktail list at Tapas Revolution in Shoreditch
The festival stages shows at Sadler’s Wells, Shoreditch Town Hall, the Barbican and Jackson’s Lane
Poised. finger-picked tranquillity and humbling talent from a lesser-known star of instrumental guitarmanship.
Richmix is playing host to this year’s “live music culture clash”.
Stephen Moore rounds up his favourite albums from 2016, including Radiohead, Michael Kiwanuka, Glass Animals and Bat for Lashes
Enter by January 19 for a chance to win one of 100 tickets to James Bay’s final show before he goes back to writing, while raising money for a good cause
Dark Vader from Star Wars themed band Galactic Empire tells ZOE PASKETT about the power of the Empire in arguably the most bizarre interview ever
It’s one of the UK’s iconic toilet venues for up-and-coming rock bands.
2 Become 1 ridicules the idea that all women fit into templates – posh, tomboyish, fierce, innocent – while also being a touching narrative on the importance of female friendships
Her December concerts unveil the “Christmas songs rejected by the Victorians for being too happy”
Blue Lab Beats are playing at the Jazz Cafe in Camden as part of Ronnie Scott’s week long pop-up residency
Although these 90 minutes are littered with many funny moments, this is not a belly laugh production: instead we become immersed in the narrative that effortlessly builds tension
This charming musical version is populated by jaunty puppets and there’s much fun as the Captain takes up residence in the fridge and gulps down the goldfish.
‘Love’ is a play of snatched moments,set inside a hostel, the last resort for a cluster of poor people, running out of options.
Sir Matthew Bourne’s “long held ambition” to adapt it for the stage was brave indeed. It has proved to be an inspired and brilliant decision, for the production is beyond wonderful.
CS Lewis’ 1942 novel the Screwtape Letters has enjoyed a cult following with occasional revivals ever since.
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