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Tight, polished disco-funk from the Australian upstarts shows adventurous promise.

New York Knicks shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. is excited about returning to London to play in front of the British crowd when they play against Washington Wizards in the NBA London 2019 match.

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

England’s Adam Gemili is ready to return as a solo star at the Commonwealth Games.

International breaks are rarely welcomed with open arms by fans who miss their Arsenal fix – but for football lovers this week is serving up some tasty ties with 14 players from the club set to be amongst the action. Find out more with Rosie Tudball’s comprehensive round-up.

Afua Hirsch talks about her new book Brit(ish) at Jewish Book Week at King’s Place on March 7

Ahead of his Jewish Book Week talk former foreign correspondent Martin Bell tells Bridget Galton why we are witnessing the death of news

Martina Paukova’s first exhibition at The Book Club in Shoreditch depicts Girls going about their daily business away from the gaze of the outside world

Arsenal have completed the signing of striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang Borussia Dortmund have confirmed. The Gabon forward joined for a fee believed to be £56 million on a three year deal. Read on for ten facts about the North Londoner’s star striker.

From February 1 to 11, the exhibition will showcase some of the world’s most interesting and revolutionary contemporary collagists, looking at redefining how the art form is expressed

As a resident close to the development, writes James Grierson, Islington, full address supplied, I can say that the regeneration of King’s Cross has been a fantastic thing (“King’s Cross is now ‘vital piece’ of London economy after regeneration, concludes study paid for by developers”, Gazette, December 12).

Arsenal beat Huddersfield Town 5-0 after a stunning burst of powerful football midway through the second half blew the Terriers away.

An experimental England drew 0-0 with World Champions Germany on Friday evening in front of 81,382 fans at Wembley.

With over 40 events across six days, London’s queer film and arts festival Fringe! returns to east London

Landry exposes flimsy, Hollywood-driven expectations with a blues-infused treatise on real life and love

Oliver Dawe talks about the drag/cabaret one man play, created with Peter Clements, Hackney Showroom’s first full length show produced in-house

Grimeborn is now as indespensible a part of the opera scene as its Sussex older sibling. Ellie O’DonnelL rounds up this year’s festival.

John Boyega stars in Jack Thorne’s version of Georg Büchner’s play about a young soldier driven to madness and murder, but a clichéd script does a disservice to issues surrounding veteran mental health

Andrew Garfield, Nathan Lane Russell Tovey star in Tony Kushner’s flawed state of the nation masterpiece, which proves a prescient play for our troubled times

Rita Kalnejais set her romance, This Beautiful Future, now showing at The Yard Theatre, on the backdrop of Collaboration Horizontale

The “forgotten Holocaust” against the Roma people is explored in a novel and a forthcoming exhibition

Martyn Jacques of the Tiger Lillies recalls honing their unique sound ahead of their show at the Roundhouse, finds Zoe Paskett

Based on Walter Tevis’ sci-fi story The Man Who Fell to Earth it’s either a moving meditation on loss and grief or a messily unsuccesful bid at corralling Bowie’s back catalogue into a satisfying night out

Peter Phillips has spent 40 years perfecting the Tallis Scholar’s distinctive rich polyphonic purr to run like a well oiled machine.

Bold works influenced by iconography and surrealism are to go on display at a Hoxton gallery.

At the end of two-and-a-quarter hours, the first name to appear in the credits is that of the cameraman.

The Gazette drops in for a chat with Nick Green, the man behind one of Clerkenwell’s most unusual restaurants, and finds out how artisan kebabs nearly ended his marriage

Tech companies have warned that leaving the EU could spell disaster for Silicon Roundabout.

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