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One year after a cardiac arrest left him fighting for his life, Glenn Hoddle is planning a run of events where he'll speak about his glittering football career in front of a live audience. The last of these shows, on January 21, takes place at Alexandra Palace.

A highlights package from an incredible year for the electronica legends.

Fresh pasta and creative flavour combinations from different Italian districts are on offer at Officina 00, which opened on Old Street back in September.

When the titular Vassa, matriarch of the squabbling family in Mike Bartlett's adaptation of Maxim Gorky's Vassa Zheleznova, screams 'Enough!' during a blazing exchange in Act Three, it is a declaration shared by the audience.

Kelly and Co keep it under 50 for their middle-of-the-road cruise down the Americana highway.

When Robert Chesley's provocative play, Jerker, premiered at a Los Angeles theatre in 1986, it had a seismic impact almost straight away.

A production that tickles the senses and stokes the fire of curiosity with a well-paced, well-structured story.

On Saturday, October 5, St Luke's Church in Holloway hosted its Speakeasy comedy and music evening, marking the tenth anniversary of the event.

Take shelter with these two and rediscover the joy of the album.

A yoga centre just off Holloway Road is hosting an evening of jazz music to celebrate the legacy of composers with additional needs this Friday (October 18).

Singer-songwriter John Smith starts an autumnal tour of the UK with a show at Islington Assembly Hall this weekend. Joined by special guests Cara Dillon and Ben Ottewell, this is the first chance for fans to see Smith's new single - Burden of the Road - played live.

Next week at The Bill Murray, there's one listing that stands out especially. Amongst the roast battles, the improv nights and the work in progress gigs, Thursday night's entertainment is all about Hearing Loss: The Musical.

Superb news if you work near Old Street, or if you just like good food and artisanal coffee in general.

A new bar promising a 'Social Darts Experience' is set to open in a 150-capacity venue on Upper Street from November 22.

Set in a block of flats with thin walls and prying neighbours, Caroline Corcoran's new book tells the story of Lexie and Harriet - two women in their thirties leading very different lives in spite of their close proximity.

This standalone take on comic books' most compelling character is daring, thrilling, unexpected, ghastly and probably the last thing the world needs right now. Well, it's another bloody origins tale, isn't it?

A different comedy scene every 27 seconds. That's what we're to expect at the Hen & Chickens Theatre next Sunday, as 101 Sketches in 50 Minutes makes its London bow.

Sophomore record from the genre-straddling rap artist holds a mirror up to himself to reassure fans they're not alone.

Your sofa is obviously a strong choice. But you hardly get the same buzz out of watching the action from Japan whilst sat in your front room, in your PJs, eating Weetabix. No, that won't do at all. Instead, we've put together a list of six of the best bars and restaurants showing the World Cup in Hackney and Islington for you to *try*... (sorry).

Three years on from Summer 08, Joseph Mount strives for truly timeless tunes.

Atom Gallery on Green Lanes have announced an exhibition of pizza box artwork which will raise money for Hackney Foodbank.

Brenda Kapowitz is living any parent's absolute worst nightmare. A single mother to Matthew and Jason, she's doing her best to maintain a career and hold her fragile family life together in the face of intense media scrutiny and a colossal feeling of guilt. Matthew is, after all, under house-arrest on suspicion of committing a heinous act.

After a landmark appearance at Edinburgh Fringe, one of this country's leading comedy talents returns to the stage next week as his tour of The Infinite Show stops off in London.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a TV superstar (Fleabag, Killing Eve), a Star Wars standout, and the feminist saviour of James Bond. But never mind all that; theatre needs her back.

Dan Malakin recently dug out the first short story he wrote back in January 2005. He doesn't think too highly of it - "eye-wateringly bad" - were his exact comments, in fact. But the act of creating this story has changed his life all the same.

Singer, actress, presenter and author Mica Paris talks to Marianka Swain about the 30th anniversary production of Fame, coming to London's Peacock Theatre.

If you are sensitive to a profane tongue, you might want to skip past the expletive-licious charms of Skin in the Game. Or at least cover your ears a bit.

Robert Icke's Almeida swansong is a typically bold and epic updating - this time, of Arthur Schnitzler's 1912 Professor Bernhardi.

Most of us regard Kings Place as the home of two concert halls. What's not often realised is that it's also a temple of words, and that the London Podcast Festival - which it annually hosts - is the beating heart of this new spoken-word art form.

Holloway Road is a special place for Claudio Vescovo and Gianluca D'Angelo. It was here, at number 157 precisely, that they opened their first Zia Lucia pizzeria in 2016, and three years later they are about to unveil Berto: a fresh pasta restaurant next door.

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