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Award winning film maker Sue Clayton introduces Calais Children at Swiss Cottage Community Centre on December 13 at 7pm

This is wholesome, traditional, uplifting, entertaining and highly recommended

The play’s message to children that imagination can help transcend any situation is heartening.

The best family entertainment across north and east London this Christmas

The couple’s sons Leeroy and Peter have reissued their memoirs into a new title, Nora & John

Bridget Galton toasts the blessing of a social enterprise micro-brewery in the crypt of a Primrose Hill church

Golders Green historian Helen Fry’s latest book details the top secret World War II facility where senior Nazis were interrogated by intelligence officers

Belsize Park actor Don Warrington talks about his latest role in David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross

Sean Lock, Naomie Harris and Lee Mack give their support to assist homeless people in finding their next meal

In her first season as Artistic Director of the Gate Theatre, Ellen McDougall puts women centre-stage by choosing a modern-day Greek tragedy with a female character experiencing a full-throttle domestic crisis.

When you’re born with the surname Mullov-Abbado the chances are you’ll turn out to be a musician

Marc Chagall’s scenes from Shakespeare’s The Tempest can be seen at A Farewell To Art: Chagall, Shakespeare and Prospero at the gallery in Boundary Road

Michael White previews an event at the “small but serious” Hampstead Arts Festival: Belcea Quartet

Camden Arts Centre’s galleries have been transformed into “architectural landscapes” featuring vivid-hued geometric shapes by Nathalie Du Pasquier.

Sushi Shop has just opened its latest branch in Hampstead and got the rice-ball rolling in Parisian style with stylish packaging by French interior designer Sarah Lavoine.

Tradition and modernity, memory and invention are explored in an exhibition of Japanese ceramics at Maud&Mabel in Hampstead.

It’s hard to imagine hardened prisoners taking up embroidery, but that’s exactly what Dartmouth Park author Tracy Chevalier asked them to do when she commissioned ‘The Sleep Quilt’

Crouch End community campaigner Sue Hessel has compiled a moving testament to wartime decency by publishing her uncle’s letters home to his beloved family

From bruising and stubble on Lee Harvey Oswald’s face, to the vivid red of the Russian flag flying over the Reichstag, or the turquoise of Bikini Atoll beneath a mushroom cloud, a new book transforms some of history’s most evocative images into colour

If you’ve ever wondered about the meaning behind those quirky bingo calls, then Muswell Hill illustrator Anita Mangan’s witty guide will enlighten you

Joseph Morpurgo’s Hammerhead is couched as the televised post-show discussion for an obscenely indulgent vanity project based on Frankenstein.

Two Nepalese artists who were sold to Indian circuses as slaves, tell the heartrending story of their lost childhoods at Jackson’s Lane in Highgate.

Sarah Wimperis was among 95 artists who created new animation Loving Vincent. Her pictures of the French landscape that inspired Van Gogh go on display in Primrose Hill

Actress and campaigner Natasha Langridge tells Bridget Galton why performing her monologue In Memory of Leaves on a barge at Camden Lock and Hackney Wick will focus minds on London’s social housing crisis

Tatiana De Rosney’s book charts the life of the celebrated author, who spent her childhood in Hampstead’s Cannon Hall

Bridget Galton talks to actor Ian McDiarmid about playing vilified MP Enoch Powell and whether there might be a Star Wars spin off for his evil emperor Darth Sidious

Twin Peaks superfan Lindsey Bowden has founded the UK’s only official festival and recreated surreal locations from the fictional town in Hornsey Town Hall

Heralding the final opera at the venerable and iconic Islington venue, the King’s Head, is a classic for the ages.

The four times Grammy winner will be joined by 180 young musicians and circus performers from around the globe at the Roundhouse

A new play exploring how young transgender people come out to their parents and partners premieres at the Lion and Unicorn next month

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One of London’s most popular animal welfare charities rolled out the red carpet for glamorous guests and their beloved pet dogs as their annual fundraiser returned.

An opportunity of a lifetime has arisen for media-savvy students at City of Westminster College and the College of North West London.

Education editor James Scott speaks to Sarah Creasey about life as headteacher of Parliament Hill School.

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