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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

The celebrated novel of Du Maurier, who spent her childhood in Hampstead, is accompanied by an introduction from Helen Dunmore

Zoe Paskett is pampered like a queen at The Spread Eagle Hotel and Spa, trying out their new signature treatment

Zoe Paskett talks to Andrea Stewart about writing recipes inspired by Twitter

Zoe Paskett tries out an aerial circus hoop class - who hasn’t dreamed about flying? But who ever said flying was going to be easy? (Spoiler: it isn’t)

In an airy room in Hampstead Garden Suburb, six women are expressively reciting their vowels. We’re not at finishing school, we’re at the gym

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

“Aren’t you turning thirty any day now? I will die before I turn thirty in a cubicle.”

Camden resident Jamie Willcocks has created the London-centric card game and is looking for backing through Kickstarter

Zoe Paskett visits the Barbican’s new sci-fi exhibition, which extends throughout the building covering film, tv, literature, art and music

As Pride Month begins, Zoe Paskett visits a new free exhibition that marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality

Zoe Paskett talks to the Luminary Bakery founder Alice Boyle and Benjamina Ebuehi from Great British Bake Off about empowerment through baking

ZOE PASKETT talks to artist Louisa Albani who draws inspiration from Hampstead Heath’s historic houses and hospitals for her new exhibition

If you’ve got a small city garden, balcony or just a windowsill, Carolyn Dunster knows how to make the most out of every inch of space

Rita Kalnejais set her romance, This Beautiful Future, now showing at The Yard Theatre, on the backdrop of Collaboration Horizontale

The British Library’s new exhibition is the latest in a line celebrating the centenary of the Russian Revolution

Ivo Van Hove’s stage adaptation of Visconti’s film misses the mark and opts for effects that are avant-garde for the sake of it, leaving characters undeveloped

Zoe Paskett talks to Kentish Town based comedian Lou Sanders, who is capturing tour audiences with her surreal style

Simon Callow, Matt Berry, Simon Bird, Tom Rosenthal, Charlotte Ritchie and Lily Cole talk to Zoe Paskett about working on the 70s comedy classic at Trafalgar Studios

ZOE PASKETT visits a striking photography exhibition at the Zabludowicz Collection that pushes the boundaries of fact and fiction

As Compagnie XY returns with more acrobats than ever, ZOE PASKETT talks to the Roundhouse circus producer about a 22 person balancing act

George Brown started out busking in Camden. Now she’s launching her debut EP, following in the footsteps of her SoCal heroes, finds ZOE PASKETT

Do you love dancing to drum and bass but want to be simultaneously educated on the history and flora of Highgate Woods? There’s perhaps only one woman in the world who can give you all of that at once: Stacey Cohen of London Jungle Runners.

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