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24 artists have been selected in a competition to illustrate a new edition of The Selected Adventures and Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

On February 2-3 . the annual festival returns, showcasing the best in dance this year

Lumiere London festival of lights returns to King’s Cross this weekend with installations from 10 different artists

The first time author has penned a strange and surreal tale of sexual assault

131 exhibitors are participating in this year’s modern and contemporary art festival

East Finchley singer and songwriter Kara Marni talks to Zoe Paskett following the success of her first ever headline show

What the Dickens is this? Michael Joyce finds this a disappointing Christmas flick

Zoe spends a stylish weekend in Paris, visiting the newly opened Yves Saint Laurent museum

North London Chorus continues its 40th anniversary season with Zurich’s Contrapunto Chor, who are currently celebrating their own 30th birthday.

The actor was a student at Wac Arts, where tutors launched a memorial fund in his name earlier this year

Essential viewing at the Smithfield Meat Market, this play tells a harrowing tale of life after care

The Retreat stars Samuel Anderson, Adam Deacon and Jasmine Akram and runs until December 2

The Australian writer and former Primrose Hill local’s first novel is already marked out for a movie and is delighting audiences worldwide

A new Folio Society collection gives a unique insight into the life of George Orwell, and shows his devotion to north west London: Hampstead to Regent’s Park, Marylebone to St John’s Wood

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Aladdin is at Sadler’s Wells October 31 – November 2. The triple bill of Arcadia, Le Baiser de la fée and ‘Still Life’ at the Penguin Café is November 3 – 4

Hair’s themes are as potent now as they ever were: gender equality, lgbtqia rights, race equality and the threat of being dragged into a war nobody wants a part in. The first words you hear come from the mouth of Donald Trump. So yes, it is definitely still relevant.

Producer Katy Lipson tells Zoe Paskett about the 50th anniversary production of Hair: The Musical and its legacy, and following in Sonia Friedman’s footsteps

The British Library is looking back through the archives with a new exhibition tracing the evolution of sound technology and the influence it has had on our lives

Andaz manages to retain an independent feel and avoids falling into the uniform aesthetic that many chains have

Shake-scene Shakespeare’s cue script The Merchant of Venice is almost as much of a surprise for the cast as for the audience - and it’s a thrill

Mute Elephant Music presents eight bands in one day, many of whom haven’t played in London for over a decade

Darren Chetty is on a panel at Archway With Words with writers Kieran Yates and Wei Ming Kam

Climate change, grime and black masculinity, mobile phones, young adult fiction, short stories and more

A Hampstead-centric single owner collection is about to go on sale with Sotherby’s

The annual Be Epic! London International Film Festival (BELIFF) comes to the Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley on September 8-10

Theroux will speak at the Hampstead and Highgate Literary Festival about his new work The Secret Books, which tells the story of Nicolas Notovitch. Or one version of the story...

Bank holiday is here. If you don’t feel like going away for the weekend or elbowing your way through the flamboyant chaos of Notting Hill Carnival, there are many other options for a staycation in the city.

The Camden Town dancer is taking over the role from Miranda Hart in September

Muswell Hill’s Edgar-Jones is in The Reluctant Fundamentalist, based on Mohsin Hamid’s Man Booker Prize shortlisted novel

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

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Less is More, a group exhibition at the Daniel Raphael Gallery will feature emerging artists from England, Italy, France and the Czech Republic, from January 24 to February 16.

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