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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

The Wiener Library explores Nazi Germany’s suppression of ‘degenerate’ artists and stories of displaced Jews arriving before the war.

Face your fear and do it anyway on this treetop adventure course

A topical revival of unsung expressionist play inspired by the real life case of Ruth Snyder who killed her abusive husband

David Winskill struggles with a contemporary update of Moliere’s comedy in both English and 17th Century French

A tender and intimate revival of Brian Friel’s epic tale of love and language in rural 1830s Ireland

Ivo Marloh’s film didn’t live up to expectations.

Curiosity, it’ll get you every time.

Film review: McQueen

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Michael Joyce thinks the rags to riches story will only appeal to superfans.

New Order bassist Peter Hook on the spirit of the Hacienda nightclub

The festival features over 200 shows of live music, art, theatre, film and comedy performances across N8.

Haunting elements of World War I inspired Peter Pan blend with puppetry, aerial skills and a panto Captain Hook

LaMontagne’s seventh outing is a solidly satisfying meeting of love song, celestial folk-rock and psych.

Victoria Park was abuzz with music over the weekend. We take a look at Friday’s lineup.

Bridget Galton visits legendary St John’s Wood deli Panzers to see how it’s been spruced up

The sorry tale of an army Major convicted of cheating on a TV quiz show has been turned into a moment of cultural significance by playwright James Graham.

Terry Gilliam’s modern twist on the 17th classic is flawed but wonderfully wacky.

Cally man Dan Storey gave up art at 15 despite loving it. Now 42, he tells the Gazette about his first exhibition, which is running until June.

Ahead of their performance at The Dome in Tufnell Park on May 26, frontman Matt Baty discusses the band’s high-energy live shows and funding their forthcoming second album

Michael Church fires the starting gun on our coverage of the 2018 Proms at St Jude’s in Hampstead Garden Suburb featuring Nicholas Collon of the Aurora Orchestra

Mural artist and sculptor Louis Masai explains his mission to raise awareness of animals facing extinction

A timely but over ambitious look at the struggle to remain truthful in Communist Russia

Cossak riders from Kazakhstan help to mark the 250th anniversary of circus in Willesden this weekend

Hampstead Journalist Angela Levin gained rare access to the soon-to-be bridegroom for her new biography

Thousands of artworks go on display in a tent on the Lower Fairground

Dystopian slow-burn thriller fires a warning shot about Donald Trump’s vision of America

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