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.
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.
Venues around Hackney and Islington are marking International Women's Day in style this year. Starting with a whiskey masterclass and moving on to a special quiz, live music and free massages at the weekend - here are five ways to make the most of your #IWD2019.
On March 26, Northern Ballet's latest creation - Victoria - arrives at Sadler's Wells. Directed and Choreographed by Cathy Marston, this latest creation focuses on the life of one of history's most intriguing women. We spoke to Cathy ahead of the show's five-day run in London.
Wild Food Café in Covent Garden has been a staple of London's vegan food scene for several years now. It's been serving up plant-based and raw-food dishes - as well as championing foraged ingredients - since well before the explosion in vegan-dining that's taken hold in the capital lately.
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.
When Alice Frick began telling jokes in comedy clubs across Austria and Germany, organisers paid little attention to her material. Instead, they suggested wearing a dress, high heels and "doing a little twirl after you've finished your set."