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Martyn Jacques of the Tiger Lillies recalls honing their unique sound ahead of their show at the Roundhouse, finds Zoe Paskett

David Spicer’s new dark comedy has sex, slapstick and silly behaviour performed by an outstanding cast with a collective CV spanning Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Doctor Who and Phone Shop

Blue Lab Beats are playing at the Jazz Cafe in Camden as part of Ronnie Scott’s week long pop-up residency

Name a political heavyweight from the UK and the chances are Matt Forde has interviewed them on his Political Party. He talks to Zoe Paskett ahead of his latest show.

The Old Dairy reopens with a new menu that leaves ZOE PASKETT craving just about all of the dishes they have on offer

The salon:collective is presenting The Tempest using cue-script preparation, which means there is no group rehearsal prior to the performances. To top that off, the actors don’t find out who plays who until an hour before the show.

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

Zoe Paskett visits Panzo, Exmouth Market’s new pizza place that uses a special twice cooked rice dough

Spy movie set between Moroccan city of Casablanca and Highgate gets a carpeting for its fake set and script

Expert Parkour traceur speaks about the benefits of an all year round activity that trains the mind as much as the body

Dave Arkin of Arancini Brothers and chef Mark Hix talk to Zoe Paskett about specialising their food and the difficulties in the restaurant industry

‘Of course the problem is all year. Homelessness is for life, not just for Christmas.’

A quarter of century since its roots in Camden Jazz Week, the Jazz Festival returns to north west London

Artists Scottee and Lasana Shabazz talk to Zoe Paskett about what it means to be LGBT in 2016

Organic banana smoothies, apple and blueberry muffins and buckwheat pancakes – sounds delicious. But keep your paws off, this isn’t for you. This is what’s on the menu for your dog.

The Breathing House, Bharti Kher’s new installation at the Freud Museum, is a dialogue with the house and an exploration of family life, finds Zoe Paskett

Zoe Paskett talks to Jack Cooke, author of The Tree Climber’s Guide, about the benefits of free climbing and why it’s ok to get a few bumps and bruises

Korova in Tufnell Park serves delicious Mediterranean style food throughout the day using locally sourced, seasonal produce.

Laurel Herman has dressed countless women since starting her business 45 years ago. She talks to Zoe Paskett about how to look your best

As Mike Smith embarks on a truly unique 24 hour challenge, it’s Shakespeare that scares him the most

If it’s good enough for Justin Bieber, it’s good enough for Zoe Paskett, who finds a Parenie treatement and honey and salt body scrub invigorating

Violinist and songwriter Sophie Solomon talks ahead of the launch of her new album, Stop The Parade, inspired by Soviet stories

Lady Valerie Solti went from being one of the BBC’s first television presenters to a patron for multiple arts causes. Zoe Paskett finds out how her husband’s love for music shaped her path in life

London Gay Symphony Orchestra violist Darryl Davies talks to Zoe about appearing in on the Great Orchestra Challenge presented by Katie Derham

Jay Rayner talks to Zoe Paskett about his new book and one man show, The Ten (Food) Commandments

Latest installment of JK Rowling’s franchise wows audiences with outstanding performances and special effects

Sky Academy Arts Scholarship winner Yinka Ayinde speaks to Zoe Paskett about bringing Kenan & Kel back to cater to overlooked audiences

Zoe Paskett speaks to the Turner Prize winning artist about his new Freudian exhibition

Nahko Bear found his mother on the internet, forgave his father’s murderer and became a musician with a message

‘Adventures of Tracey Tracey’ at Camden Comedy Club is a one-woman tragi-comedy combining clowning and physical comedy.

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