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A brilliantly acted Shane Meadows-esque story of two runaways misses brilliance but its blunt realism yields some eye-catching moments

The Holloway children's author translates the surreal and silly world of Lamonic Bibber into a stage musical

Peter Schaffer's 1970s homoerotic play about a boy who blinds horses gets a precise and exhilirating revival

A weekend of free parties, events, discussions and performances marks the youth arts charity's ongoing 40th birthday celebratons

A perfect summer evening saw a well acted performance of George Bernard Shaw's romantic satire of war and social status

Overegged but fun revival proves Rice and Lloyd Webber's biblical classic is indestructible

Historic double-bill is a study in contrasts as Young proves he's an evergreen rocker while Dylan is well past his prime

This ecclectic mix of Londoners of all ages perform in the belief that to sing together is to live better together

Fund-raising production sees a different celebrity every night solving a murder mystery while being fed their lines through an ear-piece

The Shaw Society's birthday tribute to the late playwright is an open air production of his romantic comedy Arms and The Man

Dr Lindsay Browning is the sleep expert helping And So To Bed Customers with their insomnia. At the launch of the latest branch in Finchley Road, she shared her wisdom about getting a good night's rest.

A rumbustious broad brush musical of Sue Townsend's pompous pubescent hero fizzes with energy but leaves you wanting more of her quirky original lines

Dominic Hill's vivid Dream in the natural wonderland of Regent's Park boldy imagines a world of class wars, misogyny and environmental issues

An immersive exhibition at the bottom of Kentish Town Swimming Pool shows photographs of Royal Ballet soloist Fernando Montano surrounded by a sea of rubbish

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North London artist Emma Loizides shows her oils depicting 'Americana' at Lauderdale House

Eighteen months after a fire destroyed its Animal Adventure area, ZSL's Fundraising Director James Wren looks ahead to the opening of a new attraction at the Regent's Park landmark, where children can play and get up close to wildlife

Between supporting The Who at Wembley and releasing a new album, the Highgate rock star talks about starting a food revolution with his best mate

Ahead of her July 9 talk at Keats Community Library the Kentish Town authors tells how her mother's difficult last years inspired her social comedy The Carer

Legendary singer song writer is joined by Lionel Richie Lianne La Havas and Joel Culpepper for a summer Saturday of memorable music

Sun, sand and water play - you don't have to drive to the coast to enjoy the beach this summer

East London advice and education charity Toynbee Hall and the North London hospice benefitted from the annual literary and music festival in Hampstead Garden Suburb

Artworks showing the history, restoration and extravagant past productions at the Muswell Hill landmark go on show at Mall Galleries

The youth arts and media charity will benefit from the profits of the Belsize Beer Garden in a secret space behind Hampstead Old Town Hall

Hammer Horror screenings, original 'scream queens' a fangstastic cabaret and the Golden Stake for vampire literature, are on the line up for those bats about bloodsuckers

The first British Vietnamese play, this affecting family drama is a warm and lucid take on the tensions between second generation immigrants and their parents

An imperfect but provocative lob at pushy tennis parents and what it takes to make a champion

Local musicians Hannah King and Owain Park have programmed nine affordable concerts over six days to bring quality classical music to their neighbourhood

As England's women reach the quarter finals of the championship there's a timely group show of football-based artworks in an Archway exhibition space.

The West Hampstead singer recently returned to the stage after a 30 year break with a string of bawdy blues gigs

Bart van Es is among a line up of talks at the Hampstead Garden Suburb festival's lit fest weekend

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