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The Muswell Hill comic returns to stand-up to vent her rage at relentless positivity, toxic femininity and owning your angry inner self

The free speech campaigner and Virago Press founding director tells of her flight from Nazi Berlin and her exciting involvement in publishing feminist writers

Cold war tensions erupt as a chess game becomes a proxy battle between east and west ideology in Tom Morton-Smith's psychological thriller

A hugely enjoyable, lusty gender swap prdouction fails to shed fresh light on Shakespeare's problematic play of coersive control

Too much concept and too little clarity hamper an otherwise enjoyable production of Puccini's classic opera

In 1995 Women Against Rape and the English Collective of Prostitutes joined forces to bring England's first private prosecution for the assaults on two sex workers, now a play tells the story of their fight

Miriam Margolyes stands out as vicious wheelchair bound Nell in a dysfunctional violent relationship with her inadequate son

The veteran artist, who played in teenage bands with Bowie and designed his album covers, exhibits his mystical oils at Catto Gallery

Royal wedding cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, newsreader John Suchet, and clarinettist Julian Bliss are among the top names playing intimate concerts in Highgate churches

Tatjana and Tom founded monthly loose leaf tea subscription service Teapro after tasting a 'gobsmacking' green tea from Camden

This classic English affair of delicate sandwiches, well-risen scones and dainty cakes was a treat for the senses

Nearly £750,000 has been awarded to the two venues by Arts Council England to fund new seating and upgrade performance and foyer spaces

A fresh, hilarious and gender-blind modern take on Shakespeare's classic comedy of love and trust

The long-running art group hold their annual exhibition at the Highgate arts centre

Indian playwright Anupama Chandrasekhar examines sexual violence and her country's deep patriarchal roots through the prism of Ibsen's Ghosts

Ahead of the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth the Belsize Park performer plays his Eroica variations at the Liberal Jewish Synagogue next month

Drama about the Edwardian scandal of a diet regime that killed patients fails to explore either motivations or echoes with modern health crazes

Belsize Park film maker Maddie Kitchen has used her own experience to make an inspirational 15 minute documentary about the route to health

Comedy duo Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness set up their 80s video shop in Muswell Hill to spin some vintage tunes and screen vampire horror comedy The Lost Boys

Canadian playwright Jordan Tannahill imagines an alternative queer history that suggests why the Birth of Venus artist might have thrown his own work on the Bonfire of The Vanities

We hop into the chair to try a new brand of facial that treats a facial as a workout

After a shock cancer diagnosis the jazz singer has turned to cabaret and comedy to raise funds for a worthy cause

Tina Lazarus whose son Jacob was treated by medics after a horrific car crash is raising money for the lifesaving charity

Terra Terra Review

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

A Terra-ific all day Italian is a welcome sight on this neglected stretch of Finchley Road

Michael Frayn's meta-farce gets a finely honed frenetic revival that's a tonic of laughter in these trying times

Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner shine as the struggling parents of a severely disabled child in a lacerating black comedy that will make you laugh and cry

Welsh company Opera D'draig transposes Donizetti's comic opera to 1980s Barry Island to beautiful bawdy and hilarious effect

Semi-autobiographical tale of 50s South Africa is full of self loathing but showcases the talents of Lucien Msamati and Hammed Animashaun

Ten north London artists hold their annual exhibition in Camden Town this month

Muswell Hill actor Claire Skinner stars in a revival of the late Belsize Park playwright Peter Nichols' taboo busting drama about raising a severely disabled child

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