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Yesterday, 16:04

Good service makes or breaks a restaurant.

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

A hugely enjoyable, lusty gender swap prdouction fails to shed fresh light on Shakespeare's problematic play of coersive control

Miriam Margolyes stands out as vicious wheelchair bound Nell in a dysfunctional violent relationship with her inadequate son

A triumph of understated alt-folk arrangements and a warming musical kinship.

A fresh, hilarious and gender-blind modern take on Shakespeare's classic comedy of love and trust

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.

If you're taking your tween and her mates for a birthday celebration manicure - as befits the craze amongst generation Z - you'll be hard pressed to find any salon more on trend than London Grace.

"This isn't really Hawaii," the blurb on Mor and Vahine's surf camp website warns potential guests.

When he first settled in London, Taewoo Kim spent five years working in Japanese restaurants like Gilgamesh and Sake no Hana before launching his own venture celebrating his Korean heritage.

Camping holidays don't have to be hard work, as Emma Bartholomew finds at a family surf camp in the north of Portugal.

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.

One of north London's best kept secrets, Real Lies are back with new music and a tour. Frontman Kev Kharas tells the Gazette about losing a band member and the inspiration behind his dreamlike songs.

Music

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

A triumph of understated alt-folk arrangements and a warming musical kinship.

Friday, October 25, 2019

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

Saturday, October 19, 2019

One of north London's best kept secrets, Real Lies are back with new music and a tour. Frontman Kev Kharas tells the Gazette about losing a band member and the inspiration behind his dreamlike songs.

Thursday, October 17, 2019

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

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

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

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

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).

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

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.

Friday, October 4, 2019

Welsh company Opera D'draig transposes Donizetti's comic opera to 1980s Barry Island to beautiful bawdy and hilarious effect

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

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

Theatre

Yesterday, 11:25

A hugely enjoyable, lusty gender swap prdouction fails to shed fresh light on Shakespeare's problematic play of coersive control

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Miriam Margolyes stands out as vicious wheelchair bound Nell in a dysfunctional violent relationship with her inadequate son

Thursday, October 31, 2019

A fresh, hilarious and gender-blind modern take on Shakespeare's classic comedy of love and trust

Monday, October 28, 2019

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.

Thursday, October 24, 2019

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

Thursday, October 24, 2019

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

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Drama about the Edwardian scandal of a diet regime that killed patients fails to explore either motivations or echoes with modern health crazes

Friday, October 4, 2019

Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner shine as the struggling parents of a severely disabled child in a lacerating black comedy that will make you laugh and cry

Monday, September 30, 2019

A seven course tasting menu and a poignant drama of loss and migration offer food for thought

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