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It’s 45 years since Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s religious rock musical debuted on Broadway, but this anniversary revival is shockingly modern.

Racist abuse, sexual misconduct and drug and alcohol offences – these are some of the reasons why nearly 4,000 Camden, Haringey and Barnet pupils were excluded from schools last year.

School’s out for summer – great for children, but for parents, it can be a challenge to find enough activities to keep youngsters entertained over the six-week break.

Wondering why you keep seeing people standing stock still on the pavement and dementedly swiping at their phones? They’re almost certainly playing the new smart phone phenomenon Pokémon Go. Here’s how to get started.

All Camden special needs pupils leaving secondary school – except one – this year are among more than 10,000 across the country being “failed” by councils, it has been claimed.

Youngsters Ivy Nicholls and Charlotte Shaw, nine, didn’t shy away from asking Hollywood star Lily James tough questions as they quizzed her at Brecknock Primary School for their school newsletter.

Primary school leavers were given a fairytale send-off by Cinderella star Lily James and former Doctor Who Matt Smith today.

After decades working with violent men, therapist Adam Jukes is burnt out

The resident theatre company at the Duke of Hamilton ‘raises the bar’ and money for Parkinson’s UK

Camden ranks among the top education providers in the country but below some academy trusts, a report has revealed.

From Broadcasting House to Parliament Square, they marched. Thousands of striking teachers waved colourful banners and sang loudly: “no ifs, no buts, no education cuts”.

A national teachers’ strike will close many local schools tomorrow as staff walk out over funding cuts, pay and workloads.

A list of the schools in Barnet and Haringey that have confirmed if they will be affected by the strike.

Tomorrow’s national teachers’ strike will force many of Camden’s schools to close or offer a reduced timetable to selective years.

Peter Phillips has spent 40 years perfecting the Tallis Scholar’s distinctive rich polyphonic purr to run like a well oiled machine.

Imogen Blake travelled to a blissful five-star Staffordshire spa retreat, where she discovered that chocolate can actually be good for you...

Rap and Shakespeare: not the most natural of pairings, perhaps.

During the summer of 1890, a 13-year-old boy stabbed his mother to death in the bed where they both slept at a terraced house in East London.

There are a few hidden gems in Paddington, but other than that, the area doesn’t offer much in the way of choice for hungry diners.

Bestselling Crouch End author Robert Muchamore, 43, has just released the 17th and last novel in his acclaimed CHERUB spy series for young adults. The former Acland Burghley School pupil, who is also about to finish his Rock War series, reflects on getting his books banned from Highgate School, causing controversy, gender segregated books and what’s next.

A popular Marylebone brasserie is hoping to woo night owls with the launch of its downstairs cellar bar and cocktail menu.

Imogen Blake spoke to Chris Dickens, the latest in a line of Hollywood elite to give up their time for a local film club.

“The past is a foreign country,” said author LP Hartley – and so too is this musical in comparison to its beautiful source material.

An East Finchley choir will give a rare performance of a suite from a mass composed for the 1971 opening of the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington.

Valerie Browne speaks to Jessica Hepburn, a writer who has founded the UK’s first fertility arts festival after her own gruelling struggle to conceive.

Hampstead Heath will play host once again to the Affordable Art Fair, which promises to cater for first-time buyers right through to seasoned art collectors.

Nicola Lando co-founded Sous Chef in 2012 with husband Nick as an “Aladdin’s cave of professional and world cooking ingredients”.

There are quite a few weepy films coming out this week but none will have the poignancy of this Japanese animation.

A new play about Greek political turmoil should feel thoroughly topical, but Alexi Kaye Campbell both illuminates and regrettably sidesteps the current European crisis by setting his in the mid 20th century.

Glen Matlock was not a Pistol for long, but even after 40 years, the label has stuck. He talks to Imogen Blake about performing solo at the Camden Rocks festival, his relationship with John Lydon, and the possibility of a historic reunion...

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