Does anyone need another Neil Young live album? Well, yes as it happens…
Set in 1988, Dandelion tells the story of two LGBTQ people and their struggle to adapt to an uncertain new world. It opens at King’s Head Theatre this weekend.
The folks at Brewhouse & Kitchen have every reason to raise a beer in celebration after the company achieved two high-profile successes in the same week.
A new cocktail bar offering great drinks alongside modern Irish hospitality opened last week on the site of the former London Cocktail Club.
An art exhibition featuring work by children aged four to 16 is currently underway at the Islington Arts Factory on Parkhurst Road.
The Ham&High columnist reminds us of our deep rooted connection to trees as he writs about Poplar’s missing poplars
CBeebies twins Dr Chris and Dr Xand rally gross out humour, self experimentation and interactive fun to teach children about the human body
Research from the MS Society has shown that 60 per cent of people who live with multiple sclerosis feel lonely – that’s 12 times the national average.
Customers rave about these family-friendly luxury cottages in the gorgeous Devon countryside complete with indoor and outdoor pools, tennis court and play area
Iconic 80s album artwork for Eurythmics, Bryan Ferry and Tina Turner goes on show at a Clerkenwell Gallery
A housing association based in Islington has curated an art show allowing their creative residents to exhibit work alongside a clutch of professional artists.
A riotous, innuendo-laden reworking of the classic fairytale will have you laughing out loud.
While the big guy in red makes his list and checks it twice, check out a selection of the finest festive events coming your way.
Warm, accessible and poppy alt-folk set gets some worthwhile extras thrown in.
Two years after Thai Square in Islington was forced to close due to severe flooding, the restaurant has once again established itself as an elegant, comfortable spot for dinner and drinks on Upper Street.
The former Maccabees frontman Orlando Weeks comes to Union Chapel in December for two intimate concerts which tell the story of his debut novel: The Gritterman.
WGC’s central force bows out with a moving, cerebral set of alt-country fitting of his legacy.
Last year saw the successful return of classical music concerts to Kenwood House after a break of five years.
Union Chapel will host a programme of film screenings, carol singalongs and a Christmas market between December 3 and 9 as they bid to raise funds for their historic Sunday School Hall.
Wireless Festival promoters say reducing bass levels at the event and finishing half-an-hour earlier would put it out of business and is appealing Haringey Council’s restrictions.
St Mary’s Church will stage two Music for Peace events across Remembrance Weekend as they mark 100 years since the guns fell silent.
Vulnerable young people are given a voice to tell their own gutwrenching story of the terrifying exploitation of children to sell drugs.
Versailles and Merlin star Alex Vlahos takes on the double role of Mr Darling and Captain Hook in an updated version of JM Barrie’s original play
David Winskill thoroughly enjoys “a special play which deserves full houses” courtesy of Jesse Briton.
A playful comedy which gives ageing a good kick up the arse is on all this week at the Pleasance Theatre.
Award-winning actors cannot salvage a mis-firing script about sacrifice and marital infidelity
Creepy child witches and a sinister janitor give Polly Findlay’s modern-dress Macbeth an unsettling edge
Fostering older teenagers means giving them the skills for life as an adult. Here, a supportive lodgings carer with Islington Council and young adult who has left care share their stories
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