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Two budding buskers from Camden have made it to the next stage of Gigs competition

Former Camden Borough Commander John Sutherland talks about his Met career and first book Blue: A Memoir

Three members of the same family talk about their revamped version of Hamlet coming to the Park Theatre

Islington Chaps Choir will be performing with Joe Stilgoe at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre on August 22

The gradual deterioration of world order over the last 18 months has taken its toll on many of us, but not Stanley Johnson.

Watch one of the Bard’s best-loved plays in the beautiful setting of Lauderdale House

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

‘Hibiki’ receives its UK premiere at the Proms next week and has a lead role for the Muswell Hill-based Finchley Children’s Music Group

A forest retreat in Belgium has all you need to recharge your batteries, from a morning bootcamp run by the lake to a lazy afternoon in the spa

The Lake District has just been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. Bridget Galton visited a spa hotel to try out its walking tours of the scenery that inspired Beatrix Potter and Wordsworth.

Deftly executed and sweetly sung, Sails is morose Manchester indie the way it should be.

Primrose Hill burlesque star Kitty Bang Bang tells BRIDGET GALTON why she’s never bored of Vaudeville

The Hampstead and Highgate Literary Festival runs in September with a host of book talks, music, walks and workshops.

As a future where human needs are met by robots looms ever closer, one artist collective wants to show us what it will feel like to live in a science fiction world finds Bridget Galton

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

Arguably today’s greatest health problems are food-related and current scientific research points to an unhealthy gut as the source.

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

Hampstead’s Sweetpea Slight talks about her memoir recalling two eventful decades working for West End theatre impresario Thelma Holt.

A heavy-going covers album that takes its songs deeper into the darkness.

While the cats are away in Edinburgh, the rest can play around north London at Camden’s alternative fringe

The ex MEP and staunch Remainer talks to the Channel4 news presenter at Cecil Sharp House in Primrose Hill tonight with all proceeds going towards the ongoing funding of Primrose Hill Community Library

A warm but disturbing story of a dysfunctional family over half a century of social and legal change – a homage to the passing of the 1967 Sexual Offenses Act.

Highgate author Maeve Haran tells Ellie O’Donnell how researching her latest novel taught her about lemon growing and making her own citrus cocktails.

His sister, Leonie Orton says: “Over the years, young men I’ve never met have come up to say they were closeted until they read Joe’s diary, that’s part of his legacy.”

After a dry season and recent downpours organisers of a gardening show feared the worst for this year’s exhibits.

To celebrate the second anniversary of opening in Chalcot Road, the gallery is shifting its usual focus away from Cornish artworks with a call out to north London artists

FIVE STARS for Dunkirk, which stars Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy, Harry Styles, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Fionn Whitehead, Jack Lowden and Aneurin Barnard

Yorkshire-born actor, writer and comedian Matt Green 38, lives in West Hampstead. Famed for his observational personal story-telling he performs at the Camden Comedy Club on August 8-10 as part of the Camden Fringe

Hampstead-raised Brothers Ben and Ed Robson once ran The Horseshoe in Heath Street before opening their own schnitzel and prosecco restaurant in Fitzrovia

Bridget Galton talks to Gospel Oak actor and playwright Milly Thomas about creating parts for women that don’t divide them into ‘shrews and whores’

A buzzing, broad and exciting ‘debut’ from a multi-talented, blues-inspired musician for our times

Londoners needn’t invest in wellies or a tent, they can enjoy some of the best live music in outdoor settings often just a tube ride from home. Bridget Galton rounds up the festivals around north London

As her debut novel is filmed for a big budget Netflix series, and she publishes her second about British ex-pats, Lottie Moggach tells Bridget Galton about the joys of never straying too far from home

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