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"Going out with an orchestra would have bankrupted us," Bob Stanley says of Saint Etienne's 1994 heyday.

At first glance, there's nothing out of the ordinary about Helen Thomas, the protagonist of Alexandra Sheppard's debut book: Oh My Gods.

According to Forbes, results of a recent Gallup poll show 'soccer' will soon be America's third favourite spectator sport.

Anne Washburn's latest play stages a nightmarish dinner party with Donald Trump, his entourage, and entrances by James Comey and George Bush

Lively, loud, and full of American sporting spirit would be how you could describe the atmosphere at The Blues Kitchen on Super Bowl Sunday.

One of America's biggest sporting events is coming to The Blues Kitchen in Shoreditch for the first-time ever this weekend.

Jeff Green believes Washington Wizards can kickstart their season and reach the play-offs following their stunning last gasp 101-100 NBA London Game 2019 victory over Eastern Conference rivals New York Knicks at The O2, North Greenwich last Thursday.

City, University of London welcomed the Washington Wizards and New York Knicks to CitySport to prepare for their NBA London Global Game at the O2 Arena.

A joyful, magical and breathtaking spectacle which harks back to the golden age of Edwardian circus shows but minus the seedy freak shows and animal exploitation

Alistair Coleman, author of the hit book Angry People in Local Newspapers, has been speaking with Layth Yousif about the cult publication about to reach the bestsellers lists...

Iconic 80s album artwork for Eurythmics, Bryan Ferry and Tina Turner goes on show at a Clerkenwell Gallery

Sainsbury's has already angered the Highbury community with plans for a second Blackstock Road branch - now the chain wants to open ANOTHER store half a mile away.

Read our irreverent World Cup blog which will be featuring every day during the tournament. Today we have sports journalist Layth Yousif reviewing the first day of the eagerly-awaited tournament...

A tender and intimate revival of Brian Friel's epic tale of love and language in rural 1830s Ireland

Betting has been suspended on Mike Arteta becoming the next Arsenal manager after substantial sums have been placed on the Spaniard.

Dystopian slow-burn thriller fires a warning shot about Donald Trump's vision of America

Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif reports from a remarkable day at the Emirates.

Five star review for English National Ballet's showcase of American dance

London Lions captain Joe Ikhinmwin is honoured to be representing England at the Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast this month.

Anthony Joshua has set his sights on a heavyweight showdown with American Deontay Wilder after claiming a unanimous points victory over Joseph Parker in Cardiff.

Sharon D Clarke's formidable Caroline inhabits a basement laundry that she compares to hell or being underwater. Trudging between washer and dryer, she wonders how she wound up so tired and downtrodden at 39

Walking into her family's new home in Upper Holloway in winter 2015 was the best moment of Leila's life.

London-born running back Jay Ajayi was draped in a Union Flag as he described winning Super Bowl LII with the Philadelphia Eagles as the "greatest feeling in the world".

Bridget Galton enjoys a comedy about heartless money hungry private equity fund managers featuring a sharp performance by Hayley Atwell

Ron Granger is a third generation Chapel Market trader, and has been there himself for 40 years. He tells the Gazette how they can fight the 'big boys'.

Emma Bartholomew chats to the founders of The Vurger Co about how they came up with the idea to launch a vegan burger comapany

Richard Jones delivers a hypnotic production. It's very much an ensemble effort as a cast of nine actors present storylines in the show's trade-mark heightened style

Cornwall theatre company Kneehigh returns to Shoreditch Town Hall with their production of The Tin Drum. Director Mike Shepherd fills us in

At Hackney Showroom, $elfie$ by Malik Nashad Sharp, aka marikiscrycrycry, talks about issues of nationalism, gun violence and the black, queer aesthetic

Scott Chickelday full of praise for youngsters and dreaming of seeing them play in the Premier League after helping them develop at Canonbury Primary School

With the uncertainty surrounding the ownership of the club ahead of the Arsenal AGM at the end of this month Gooner fanzine editor Kevin Whitcher shares his views.

The Arsenal Q&A is back - this week we have the very excellent Kurtis Powers - New York City's biggest Gooner. Read on for more, including a memorable day beating Spurs...

With the Premier League season nearly upon us today sees the return of our popular series Friday Fanzone where we quiz loyal Gooners about their views on all things Arsenal. Read on for Pierre Hertin from the Sweden Arsenal supporters club and their banner, an Arsenal trophy prompting his first taste of alcohol - and the best answer we've had so far to 'what's your biggest scrape as a fan'...

In 1970, the King's Head became London's first theatre pub since Shakespeare's time - putting Upper Street on the map long before all the fancy restaurants came along. As plans are revealed for the theatre to move, the Gazette looks back at its history so far.

Conor McPherson's script and direction expertly place Dylan's music within the plot, an exploration of the racism, poverty and hopelessness of 1930s America

A new season of work from the National Youth Theatre (NYT) running throughout August comes to Hackney Wick's Yard Theatre.

Cally woman Rhia Docherty is on a mission to 'Rhia-djust' people's perceptions of female wrestling. A champion herself, she speaks to the Gazette.

Stoke Newington author and journalist Jonathan Freedland talks to Zoe Paskett about his new book, To Kill the President under nom de plume Sam Bourne

It's taken two years for Nikolai Foster's production of Annie to transfer from Leicester's Curve to the West End. It's a pity it wasn't sooner.

Steve Pretty may refute the hipster label but he admits that "running a postmodern brass band is quite a hipsterish activity"

Journalist, author and one third of Saint Etienne Bob Stanley talks about researching his forthcoming book and releasing a new album inspired by Brexit

This is Jackie before the O, and right after the FK; America's premier first lady in mourning, at a loss, cast adrift, trying to hastily erect a myth around her late husband

ZOE PASKETT talks to the creators of a new series, My America, exploring conversations in the back of an Uber in the run up to the US election

BRIDGET GALTON talks to actor Ben Turner about the emotional hit of The Kite Runner

Behind the front door of an Islington townhouse, the sounds of a different age ring out. The Gazette hears how Jukebox London is bringing the past to life.

Comedian Harry Shearer and singer Judith Owen talk to Zoe Paskett about meeting through Spinal Tap, embracing a sing-a-long, Donald Trump and making Christmas great again

Clint Eastwood finds something unique in the true story of the pilot who landed a plane on the Hudson river

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