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Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton give sensational performances in a bold stylish production of Pinter’s unflinching examination of an extramarital affair - told in reverse chronology

Revamped theatre hosts a thrilling reimagined version of Shakespeare’s history with a compelling central performance by Tom Mothersdale

You’ll have a riotous Royal romp in a hilarous parody of Netflix series The Crown which manages to surpass the original

Improv comedy seems to be having a moment and performer Philippa Peacock explains whey she and audiences are addicted to this raw seat of your pants entertainment

The self confessed ‘chancer’ tells how he blagged his way onto a Bob Dylan tour and had a career photographing rock stars

Plot 29 is an allotment at Branch Hill, Hampstead, but is also the name of a part memir part gardening diary by the editor of The Observer food magazine

ZSL Fundraising Director James Wren explains why they are restoring a Grade II * listed aviary to house a troupe of colobus monkeys

As the issue of antisemitism continues to loom large in public life, there’s no better time to tackle one of its oldest tropes, says Jewish Museum director Abigail Morris.

It was fifty years ago today that John Lennon and Yoko One spent their honeymoon in the presidential suite of the Amsterdam Hilton. Director Rocky Rodriquez Jr is recreating their Bed In for peace half a century on

The Crouch End director has made a very British road movie with an uncanny twist

Fellowship House in Hampstead Garden Suburb hosts a photography exhibition of head and neck portraits which are unvarnished and untouched

Belsize Park raised singing star draws on her background in opera and cabaret background to deliver a tour de force performance celebrating the legacy of history’s top selling female artist

The third play in Florian Zeller’s family trilogy is a sometimes heartwrenching drama about adolescent mental health but quite doesn’t tap into the same primal fears as the previous two

Headlong theatre company’s reimagined versio of Shakespeare’s history play will try to excavate the vulnerability of the king beneath the council car park

Two local authors hold an important conversation about sexual abuse at Owl Bookshop

Whether your sobbing child comes home from school with tales of friendship woes, or your toddler sinks his teeth into your best friend’s darling daughter Tanith Carey​’s latest books help parents to navigate the pitfalls of childrearing

Dramatised concert about the life and music of a Medieval Abbess who defied the strictures of her time, kicks off its tour in Hampstead on Wednesday.

The Sherlock and Mr Selfridge star talks family breakdown and parental worries as she takes on her latest role as a devastated mother in Florian Zeller’s The Son at Kiln Theatre

As his Radio 3 concerts are broadcast, Austrian composer Thomas Larcher about the similarities between rock climbing and playing the piano​

Martin Sherman’s funny and profound take on the rapidly changing attitudes to homosexuality is blessed with a deeply moving central performance by Jonathan Hyde

Anne Washburn’s three hour probe into how theatre and the rest of the world should respond to Donald Trump is bold but unwieldy

Gloriously silly reworking of Moliere’s Tartuffe stutters with an inconsistent tone but comes good at the end to lampoon Britain’s crumbling social structures

Gillian Anderson and Lily James give stellar performances in Ivo Van Hove’s reworking of the Bette Davis classic about a scheming understudy

During World War II Sally Noach saved around 600 people by giving them false papers.

Now his daughter Lady Irene Hatter has gone in search of the truth about the father wouldn’t talk about his wartime activities

Wildlife Column

Thursday, February 14, 2019

ZSL Fundraising Director James Wren asks us to look at the wildlife around us

Suffolk based soprano talks about following in the footsteps of Mozart and singing in Hampstead with the world famous tenor

Ruth Pavey talks to the artist digging deep for inspiration

Kentish Town author’s latest book timed to come out during Children of Alcoholics Week is based on personal experience of a boozy dad who mocked her dyslexia

The leftie comic’s empassioned look at the National Health service may not be laugh a minute but is compelling and thought-provoking

Elgar’s sombre and intense meditation on the journey of a soul from death to the afterlife is given a beautiful and sinister rendition

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