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Kerstin Rodgers shares two delicious gluten-free recipes after whiling away an afternoon at Highgate’s serene Waterlow Park.

Caroline David settles in for an evening of open-air theatre as director Maria Aberg oversees a quite brilliant adaption of the Little Shop of Horrors

The turn of the Millennium was one of those seismic moments in history, just like New Year’s Eve continues to be a heightened moment within our own lives.

David Conway, Hampstead Garden Opera’s new Chair, took the pulpit to announce that Facebook had taken down HGO’s posting “ .. for promoting sexual services” - it certainly was a strange start to a concert!

When first produced they were merely marketing tools designed to be thrown away when the next films were released. But today, original posters for iconic movies such as Star Wars and Get Carter fetch hundreds – or even thousands – of pounds.

Laura Wade’s entertaining relationship drama examines the appeal of a retreat from complexity to the more defined certainties of the 50s.

Puttering up the Norfolk Broads on a sunny bank holiday weekend can be like a waterlogged version of Oxford Street.

Weather was a mixed bag but a good time was had by all at this eclectic mix of village fete, rave and family friendly music festival

Highgate’s Victorian cemetery offers a sombre but inspiring backdrop to a song cycle about the end of World War I

Take fantastic trip on a musical adventure in the tunnels beneath Waterloo station

What is it about Hampstead women and water, wonders author Jessica Hepburn

A local pub, an art agency, and an art supply shop are joining forces to promote talented women painters.

Greg Wetherall heads to Hyde Park to watch Paul Simon on his ‘Farewell Tour’

Rum lovers – you may want to head down to your nearest Patty and Bun before the end of the month.

Alexandra Palace is to welcome a new music and arts festival this weekend headlined by psychedelic American rockers The Flaming Lips.

Cool down in the heatwave with a trip to ‘the beach’ but without a long car journey

A comical modern dress production has an environmental theme that perfectly marries the play’s ideas of natural utopias with the idyllic Regent’s Park setting

Greg Wetherall gives a five star review

Bridget Galton gives a four star review.

For seven consecutive Fridays in July and August, the KERB street-food market will run into the evening with DJ sets, flowing drinks and beautiful food as part of Camden Lates.

Get the full festival experience less than an hour from north London

Schools choirs from Rhodes Avenue and Coldfall primaries accompany the chorus in a rousing performance of Orff’s classic

Caroline David gives Genesis Inc a two-star review.

Meghan Markle’s cellist and siblings are still students but a real talent to be reckoned with

A meal out is never simply about food these days, with the trend for all things immersive spreading to the humble three course meal.

Caroline David feels the chill but not enough spookiness at ghostly chamber opera that hints at child abuse

Ahead of their latest concert Michael Church asks members on one of the UK’s oldest choirs why it is ‘a community like no other’

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