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A supper club offering "the chance to enjoy a slice of social dining: Spanish style" is stopping off at Culpeper Community Garden this Sunday, and tickets are only £5.

Film review: Toy Story 4

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Woody and Buzz's fourth outing offers much of the same laughs as the previous films, but it's done with heart and dignity.

At first, you don't actually notice. Here is a portrait of a young man: he's 18, maybe 19-years-old. It's a simple yet striking photo, where the subject - dressed in a black t-shirt with cropped, dark hair - stares back at a lens through brown eyes. There is a tinge of sadness to it, nothing more than that, but then you see his left arm.

Staff at Union Chapel have begun trawling through an array of archive material dating back to the building's 19th century origins, also featuring plenty of signed posters, scribbled notes and ticket stubs from concerts which took place in the years since 1992.

Sheku Kanneh-Mason comes to Prior Weston Primary School this Friday (June 14) as he seeks to inspire the next generation of classical musicians.

This weekend's Elixir Extracts Festival is a celebration of lifelong creativity taking place at Sadler's Wells: the theatre on Rosebery Avenue devoted to dance in all its forms.

Next month, Head Held High will run a free comedy programme for young people in Islington.

The sixth Stroud Green Festival is a celebration of women and women composers which gets underway on Friday (June 7) and runs until June 23.

Glaswegian gal goes solo on hook-laden third record, trying out new sounds along the way.

The years between 2012 and 2015 brought an unprecedented amount of success for Alex Kratena.

A cocktail bar promising 'chemistry and theatre' is opening on City Road in time for the weekend.

A vivid and gripping tour of modern life from the brightest new star of Britain's grime scene.

Becoming an author is a great achievement at any time of life. Having a book published at the age of 12, though? That's a truly special effort.

A dessert-bar serving three courses of sweet, sweet pudding has popped up in Angel for the summer.

Little Viet Kitchen - the snug Vietnamese eatery found on Chapel Market - has been named as the Best Restaurant in England when it comes to Oriental cuisine. We spoke to head chef and co-owner Thuy Diem Pham about winning this prize at last week's Golden Chopsticks Awards.

When Emily Mae Winters sat down to write songs for her second album, it would have been easy for her to follow a similar formula to that of her first: Siren Serenade.

Downbeat, synth-aided rock is fruitful ground for a fistful of first-person reflections and regrets.

Bristol artist Thomas Dowdeswell's first solo exhibition in London is now underway at Cass Art Islington. Here, he talks to us about his inspiration for the show, which is called The Age of People Who Live With Their Heads in Boxes.

Two bank-holidays and a big range of interesting events; there's lots to look forward to in May. Here's a run-down of six of the best things to do in Hackney and Islington.

Italian restaurant and Smithfield Market hotspot Enoteca Rabezzana introduced a new-and-improved menu a couple of months back. Here's what we made of it.

Clark might once again bite off more than the average listener can chew, but bear with it.

Dance music icon Judge Jules is adding an extra dimension to his shows with a new concept arriving at Scala on Friday, April 12.

A two-month photography show about "local people who are doing extraordinary things" gets underway at Islington Museum this Friday (April 5).

Last month, the Young Actors Theatre Islington hosted the first production of The No History of the Near Not Now, a play written by the multi award-winning Stephen Hornby. The 60-minute performance celebrated Islington's extensive history for furthering LGBTQ+ causes.

The poet and artist Ruth Sutoyé has co-produced an exhibition of film and photography about black women who choose to shave their heads. She speaks with the Gazette ahead of the launch of Bald Black Girl(s) in Clerkenwell next month.

Will third time mean the big time for the worrying pop-poet?

Small Change, Big Difference are offering a free meal at Vinyl Café; whipped up from ingredients that would otherwise be chucked away.

A contradictory concoction of electronica, club-lounge, disco-funk, lullaby-gospel and languid cool that works incredibly well.

London sure knows how to celebrate St. Patrick's Day - we're mad for it. Let's get craicing (awful, I know) with six of the best events celebrating the Emerald Isle in Hackney and Islington.

North London songsmith heads for new ground on his eleventh studio album

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