Old Street venue hosts a look back at the weird and wonderful work of the Camden Town artist who died last April
Scotland's finest whisky producers head south of the border for the festival's first London tastings at the Clapton venue
Salley Vickers and Frances Liardet are among four authors at the Age UK Camden event whose books reflect on the lives and loves of older characters
Hugely promising, confidently accomplished debut from talented songwriter and instrument hoarder.
Black humour and menace offer shades of Pinter in a serious play which dramatises the plight of one asylum seeker navigating the Home Office's hostile bureacracy
The Crouch End comic lays bare her dysfunctional childhood and relationship with her mum in her first ever stand up show
Bridget Galton and family enjoyed a warm October break in a beautiful villa on the Italian island which has great food and culture
Growing up the daughter of New Labour spin doctor Alistair Campbell was a childhood like few others but the irrepressible comic is mining it for all its crazy humour
Belsize Park comic David Mitchell makes an affable Bard with writer's block and a pressing need for a hit in Ben Elton's sublimely silly Jacobean romp
All Points East festival has announced The Kooks and The Wombats are both performing in Victoria Park on May 30.
Tom Stoppard's possibly final play about a Jewish family living through troubled times in early 20th Century Vienna has a cumulative power that leaves you awed and tearful
A debut record of striking lyrical clarity and musical poise.
Al Blyth makes an assured thought-provoking debut about privacy versus security and the perils of surveillance culture
A timely return for Mike Bartlett's incisive, stirring Brexit play which examines faultlines of class and town versus country through one woman's nostalgia for a garden
The faces of comedy greats including Richard Pryor and Victoria Wood have been spray painted on the side of an Islington pub.
Groove Armada, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Reginald D Hunter and Irvine Welsh are among the vibrant eccentric performers at the one-day family friendly summer festival
South London girls find the blues and shake them loose in this stirring, haunting return.
On Saturday, July 11 the band will perform alongside Charlie XCX, Clairo, Pale Waves, Phoebe Bridgers and Cavetown.
The legendary composer and producer is joined by Camden Town collective Soul II Soul for a footstopming night at the Hampstead mansion with a date also announced for Reggae champion David Rodigan
Landry pulls back from heartbreak to deliver his best record yet.
Susanne Beer, a highly-respected musician who taught over 60 young people to play the cello, passed away in December at the age of 52.
A timely play about privacy and AI raises interesting questions but is too short to realise its potential
Stu McLoughlin of Living Spit Theatre explains how their 'hysterical historical' show sees him play all six of the Tudor monarch's wives while strumming a guitar
As part of a five-day run of a new comedy production, a special "traffic light" performance (single, in a relationship or 'it's complicated') will be staged on Valentine's Day.
An adaptation of E.M Forster's novel, A Passage to India opens at Stoke Newington's Tower Theatre next week. Here, director Simona Hughes talks about her vision for the play
Did you know that there are around 24,000 coffee shops in the UK and more than 150 in Islington alone? And they're succeeding because demand is growing.
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