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Chinglish at the Park Theatre and Tamburlaine at the Arcola are two current productions giving the stage to some of the capital’s best East Asian acting talent

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

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW tries out Fish and Pips’ hassle-free ready meals whilst skiing with her family, at a luxury chalet in Meribel Village

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

French artist works piano and electronica into intriguing sculptures for third LP

Despite sounding like the next Tarzan spin-off, this based-on-a-true-story tale is a striking success, starring Robert Patinson and Charlie Hunnam

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.

Lee Mack’s Maitre Jacques smacks the audience between the eyes with cute, wry asides that break the fourth wall, but the relentlessness of the quips from all participants is an exhausting experience

Emerson was “particularly pleased” with her third novel 1987’s Fire Child, a bestseller which unfurls through diary entries between a dangerous young firestarter and a girl who can seduce men with her smile

I sat looking at the menu thinking: “No one will beat the Wagamama’s katsu curry, why are we even bothering?” I’m pleased to report that I was an idiot

Former Eastender Michelle Collins stars as warm-hearted Gina, a nurse in her late forties with an addiction to painkillers who, following her husband’s stroke, now cares for him full-time

A film about missing explorer Colonel Percy Fawcett is set to spotlight the Amazon, finds Bridget Galton

As she prepares to play a cocksure teen, BRIDGET GALTON talks to an actor whose career was launched in a tough role at Hampstead Theatre

Edward Albee’s 1962 marital warfare masterpiece has been magnificently revived by James Macdonald, exchanging blousy melodrama for taut, psychologically plausible theatre

Atomic anticipation greeted the return of bad boy of ballet and dance virtuoso Sergei Polunin to the Sadler’s Wells stage last night.

Debut novelist Jennie Ensor writes on the trials of getting her 7/7 inspired psychological thriller finally published

Emma Bartholomew finds plenty to keep all ages entertained in Alpe d’Huez, with horse riding, mountain biking, bob sleigh and ice skating.

A show telling the stories behind eight traditional folk songs gets its premiere at Cecil Sharp House this month

Prudence Ivey takes a turn around the menu at a Marylebone eaterie whose name is inspired by its revolving roster of visiting chefs

Run by Avie Yiangou, the wine shop and bar opened two months ago on the site of Brooksby Wine as a logical extension of his existing wine import business

Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire are loveable in Stoppard’s indulgent play but David Haig is a stupendous presence

The California band continue to feather their pigeonhole with rusting ennui, lullaby-soft vocals and pretty, power-pop ditties – and if it ain’t broke...

Bridget Galton and colleagues ordered in a spread of delights from growing Pan-Asian outfit Tootoomoo

The exhibition, which shows the talented woman behind the often lurid headlines, debuted in 2013 and after touring worldwide returns to the Albert Street museum this month due to public demand

The live action remake of this Disney classic is old fashioned, traditional and adds little to the original

A short, searing but seductive set from British folk’s brightest star

Kerstin Rodgersvisits one of the original Cheddar making families to learn about curd

Panicking that she might have to start rationing vegetables, Zoe Paskett meets Shane Harrison, a New Zealand born restaurateur and expert in foraging for food

An exhibition at the Wiener Library uses drawings, letters and photographs to follow a family’s story of persecution and survival during the Holocaust. Zoe Paskett visits the library and talks to Jasia Reichardt about the Themersons and life post war

ZOE PASKETT visits a movement studio which takes a holistic and positive approach rather than shouting at you

The first third of the new King Kong film is fun and humorous but it loses its way when they reach the island

It is bold to produce four hours of Shakespeare, but Hamlet is a story that can’t be rushed. That said, four hours is a long time – the guy next to me couldn’t hack it; he was gone in the first interval

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW and her family find the picture-perfect Arc 1950 has a wealth of activity going on during the summer, meaning you’ll never be stuck for things to do

Comedian Eleanor Conway has flaws and won’t apologise for it. She talks with ZOE PASKETT about addiction, tinder and her first stand up show

This grief-infused Shakespearean comedy often tends towards the melancholy, but Simon Godwin’s madcap, gender-bending, cheerfully queer version rediscovers the mirth.

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