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Friday, December 8, 2017

Award winning film maker Sue Clayton introduces Calais Children at Swiss Cottage Community Centre on December 13 at 7pm

This is wholesome, traditional, uplifting, entertaining and highly recommended

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

‘Between light and shadow, science and superstition, fear and knowledge is a dimension of imagination. An area we call the Twilight Zone.’

Oh hi Mark. This film is exceptionally entertaining and frequently hilarious

The play’s message to children that imagination can help transcend any situation is heartening.

Hampstead actor James Corrigan plays Mark Antony in Julius Caesar as part of the RSC’s Rome Season at the Barbican

Clean Bandit cellist Grace Chatto has been lined up to bring added sparkle to Crouch End by turning on the Christmas lights at this year’s Christmas market.

A romantic film starring ‘Billy Elliot’ actor Jamie Bell and ‘American Beauty’ actress Annette Bening was shot 
in locations across Haringey and Camden, it has been revealed.

Live music concerts are to return to Kenwood House next year.

The best family entertainment across north and east London this Christmas

The couple’s sons Leeroy and Peter have reissued their memoirs into a new title, Nora & John

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

Bridget Galton toasts the blessing of a social enterprise micro-brewery in the crypt of a Primrose Hill church

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.

Third outing for Noel and friends is surprising in a good way – even (whisper it) fun.

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

Whilst this is not a play loaded with a huge depth, it successfully captures a Machiavellian culture and as a piece of thumpingly entertaining satire, offers a sound, sound deal

The memorial service has been held for Paddington creator Michael Bond who died in June and lived in Maida Vale, not far from the train station whose name he gave to his famous creation

Golders Green historian Helen Fry’s latest book details the top secret World War II facility where senior Nazis were interrogated by intelligence officers

Kerstin Rodgers selects her favourite cook books to inspire your Christmas shopping

Belsize Park actor Don Warrington talks about his latest role in David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross

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

Sean Lock, Naomie Harris and Lee Mack give their support to assist homeless people in finding their next meal

In her first season as Artistic Director of the Gate Theatre, Ellen McDougall puts women centre-stage by choosing a modern-day Greek tragedy with a female character experiencing a full-throttle domestic crisis.

When you’re born with the surname Mullov-Abbado the chances are you’ll turn out to be a musician

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

Marc Chagall’s scenes from Shakespeare’s The Tempest can be seen at A Farewell To Art: Chagall, Shakespeare and Prospero at the gallery in Boundary Road

Michael White previews an event at the “small but serious” Hampstead Arts Festival: Belcea Quartet

The sequel stars Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Brendan Gleeson, Hugh Grant, Julie Walters and Ben Whishaw

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

Camden Arts Centre’s galleries have been transformed into “architectural landscapes” featuring vivid-hued geometric shapes by Nathalie Du Pasquier.

Sushi Shop has just opened its latest branch in Hampstead and got the rice-ball rolling in Parisian style with stylish packaging by French interior designer Sarah Lavoine.

Tradition and modernity, memory and invention are explored in an exhibition of Japanese ceramics at Maud&Mabel in Hampstead.

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