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Thu, 15:46

The Holloway children's author translates the surreal and silly world of Lamonic Bibber into a stage musical

Peter Schaffer's 1970s homoerotic play about a boy who blinds horses gets a precise and exhilirating revival

When National Geographic Traveller say their food festival will offer "a chance to take your taste buds on a world tour," they really mean it.

Ricky Wilson and his wholesome collective of jolly moshpit makers are back for a seventh LP

Overegged but fun revival proves Rice and Lloyd Webber's biblical classic is indestructible

Historic double-bill is a study in contrasts as Young proves he's an evergreen rocker while Dylan is well past his prime

"Everything made in-house with ingredients sourced from Italy" - eight words everyone longs to hear. And Latteria, a welcome new addition to Essex Road, is tricolore through and through.

This ecclectic mix of Londoners of all ages perform in the belief that to sing together is to live better together

Whether you're a French national or an out-and-out Francophile, Bastille Day is the perfect excuse to celebrate all things Gallic.

Terra Rossa, which translates to 'red soil', focuses on the beautiful flavours from a lesser-known corner of southern Italy.

You'll remember Kojo Anim's audition on Britain's Got Talent earlier this year: the standing ovation seemed to go on for about as long as his comedy routine itself.

Islington author Suzanne Seddon's first book, A Fool's Circle, combines themes of domestic violence with a thriller narrative.

This weekend, four young female comedians will combine their talents at the Playmill Festival of New Writing. Girls With Jokes will take in everything from motherhood to mental health, mortgages to millenial prospects at King's Head Theatre on July 13 and 14.

Melbourne-raised singer-songwriter pens sophomore record of intelligent, fresh and vibrant alt-pop.

Over 100 emerging artists from 23 different countries are in town for The Other Art Fair, which runs in King's Cross between Thursday and Sunday.

Music

Wed, 14:11

When National Geographic Traveller say their food festival will offer "a chance to take your taste buds on a world tour," they really mean it.

Wed, 13:46

Ricky Wilson and his wholesome collective of jolly moshpit makers are back for a seventh LP

Mon, 14:35

Historic double-bill is a study in contrasts as Young proves he's an evergreen rocker while Dylan is well past his prime

Friday, July 12, 2019

This ecclectic mix of Londoners of all ages perform in the belief that to sing together is to live better together

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Melbourne-raised singer-songwriter pens sophomore record of intelligent, fresh and vibrant alt-pop.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

The Boss' first studio album in five years is a masterclass in understated Americana.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

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.

Monday, June 10, 2019

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

Monday, June 10, 2019

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.

Theatre

Thu, 15:46

The Holloway children's author translates the surreal and silly world of Lamonic Bibber into a stage musical

Thu, 14:52

Peter Schaffer's 1970s homoerotic play about a boy who blinds horses gets a precise and exhilirating revival

Mon, 17:00

Overegged but fun revival proves Rice and Lloyd Webber's biblical classic is indestructible

Monday, July 8, 2019

This weekend, four young female comedians will combine their talents at the Playmill Festival of New Writing. Girls With Jokes will take in everything from motherhood to mental health, mortgages to millenial prospects at King's Head Theatre on July 13 and 14.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Playwright David Hendon's latest work is about Oliver Sipple: a Vietnam veteran who found his personal life picked apart in the national press after an instinctive heroic act.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

The first British Vietnamese play, this affecting family drama is a warm and lucid take on the tensions between second generation immigrants and their parents

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Flawed but incendiary study of an immigrant family in 60s New York peaks too soon but is effective when its conflicts come together

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Far more than a green polemic, this Frankenstein of a play is a glorious absurdist blend of stand-up, drama, dance/disco radio and mime.

Monday, June 10, 2019

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.

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