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There are many pitfalls to dusting down old material and presenting it anew.

The “forgotten Holocaust” against the Roma people is explored in a novel and a forthcoming exhibition

Marvel’s latest sequel starts off sharper and funnier than the first, but loses its way in the second half

Once a struggling artist, Grace’s positive neon works echo her life philosophies as part of exhibition in Fitzrovia

Baroque music and food combine for a feastival in Hampstead

Bridget Galton talks to a photographer who stays in the moment to capture the capital with fresh eyes

The Armeian Genocide deserves a better film but The Promise is the one it’s got and it may be enough

Bridget Galton talks to Rob Carter, the comic behind a spoof literary salon which lampoons the pretentious intellectualism of author Q&As

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

Bridget Galton and family follow an interactive trail around London Zoo in search of the real animals in Rod Campbell’s classic story book

The artist’s work explores the differences between tangible places and abstract spaces

Culture & the Third Reich is a collection of lectures, film, discussion and live music this weekend at UCL

This crowd-funded record puts BSP back in the frame – food for hearts, minds and feet

A married conductor and pianist collaborate on a recording of rare concertos that champion little known women composers

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

From canine companions to cosy country homes, here’s the books you should have on your coffee table in April

Cressida Carré offers an intriguing provocation with her all-female revival of Laura Wade’s portrait of entitled white male excess

Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s extraordinary true story of how a satirical magazine was produced in the trenches of WW1

Two exhibitions in NW3 showcase work by sculptors Eduardo Paolozzi and Philip Jackson

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

Luke Hallgarten grew up in Golders Green and attended Hampstead Garden Suburb primary and King Alfred’s before running away to join the circus

The Scottish band are left searching for past passion and power in their first record since 1998

BRIDGET GALTON talks to journalist turned crime writer Tony Parsons about rock stars, gin and writing George Michael’s biography

The film’s approach would surely meet with the institution’s approval: nothing is too structured, nothing is forced, no judgment is made and the characters are allowed to express themselves largely free of the imposition of narrative

This month I’ve created two eggy recipes: an Easter Egg Chocolate ‘Pinata’ Cake and a Spring Frittata

BRIDGET GALTON discovers how Marc Quinn’s contemporary sculptures create a dialogue with Sir John Soane Museum’s classical antiquities

Laura Marling captivated the crowd with her typical lyrical mastery and soaring vocals

Lourdes Faberes plays Tamburlaine while five actors (one man and four women, all of British-Asian descent) tackle multiple roles in a stylish venture with a minimal set

With no props, a minimal backdrop of neon strips and some sparely used house music interspersing the stories, the focus in Luke Davies’ swift production is Cash’s talent as a master wordsmith

From choral evensong in Hampstead, to satirical cabaret and pilgrimages, versatile performer Guy has his finger in many pies

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

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