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Blackadder actor Helen Atkinson Wood shows her watercolours at the Hampstead gallery and museum

Al Blyth makes an assured thought-provoking debut about privacy versus security and the perils of surveillance culture

A timely return for Mike Bartlett's incisive, stirring Brexit play which examines faultlines of class and town versus country through one woman's nostalgia for a garden

Groove Armada, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Reginald D Hunter and Irvine Welsh are among the vibrant eccentric performers at the one-day family friendly summer festival

Kentish Town journalist Jingan Young has penned a play about ethical compromise and bias, inspired by a reporter covering the pro-democracy protests in her native Hong Kong

Bookniks sees authors including Andy Stanton, Kate Pankhurst and Helen Peters take part in interactive talks and workshops on the theme of the Environment

Stu McLoughlin of Living Spit Theatre explains how their 'hysterical historical' show sees him play all six of the Tudor monarch's wives while strumming a guitar

Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter and Tennessee Williams' The Two Character Play are among the Hampstead Theatre archive to be revived

Carla Groppi's affectionate drawing of 50s' TV series Bill and Ben was selected from 1500 entries in open submission

The Highgate arts centre hosts an array of activites celebrating their rich history including a one man show about the Great Fire and plague with all the gory bits

A 'queer group show' including works by Soft Cell singer Marc Almond could be the last exhibition at Bloomsbury's not for profit Grade II listed arts centre

Frank Bright and Zigi Shipper both passed through the gates of the notorious death camp in 1944. The 90-year-olds were among the congregation at Belsize Square Synagogue to share their testimony and remember those who perished

The legendary composer and producer is joined by Camden Town collective Soul II Soul for a footstopming night at the Hampstead mansion with a date also announced for Reggae champion David Rodigan

As it celebrates 194 years of working for animals, the Zoological Society of London's fundraising director finds hope for the new decade in its many conservation projects around the world

Travelling exhibition asks vital questions of historical perspective by examining images and accounts of the Holocaust from the viewpoint of perpetrators and victims

Scores of canvases that have been left out in the tropical rainforest hang from every surface of the Hampstead gallery as part of a timely exhibition that higlights the connection between civilisation and a threatened ecological environment

The trade off between security and liberty is tested in Al Blyth's spy thriller about GCHQ intelligence officers running surveillance on an investigative journalist

Julie Tsung's intriguing set up playing on false memory and the supernatural is undermined by poor structure, inadequate design and a deflated ending

Highgate and Muswell Hill cafe-goers are invited to sign up for a 40 minute blind meeting with a stranger beneath a touring artwork of trees.

The Hampstead comic takes up a month-long residency in the West End with a set that is so consummate and laid back it feels ad libbed

The boys behind the 'goes wrong' hits have mostly pulled off a new trick mindmelding their slapstick with geniunely dazzling magic from Penn & Teller

More than six decades after the announcement of a new 'repertory for Hampstead' was made on the Ham&High front page, stars including Alison Steadman take part in a fundraising gala to raise money for the theatre's work with young people

Now in its fifth year of intimate Roundhouse gigs, the season prides itself on an ecclectic mix of premieres and one-offs

As he prepares to open his latest West End show The Prince of Egypt, the Wicked and Godspell composer and lyricist appears at the Finsbury Park Venue to raise funds for a production of RAGS The Musical

Most octogenarians have accepted the inevitable, but the Hampstead diet and exercise guru has celebrated her birthday milestone with a new book about ageing

A century after the father of psychoanalysis published his influential paper, the invalid couch where he spent final days is on show in his former Hampstead home

Joyful anarchy, circus skills and riotous humour combine to create a glorious night of misrule at the Chalk Farm arts venue

Aerial theatre company creates an acclaimed inter-generational circus show that explores complex human relationships with performers ranging from age 13-60

Charm invention and wit abound in this clever framing of Anna Sewell's equine tale and the fate of a pantomime horse called Hamish

The final instsalment of the Star Wars saga makes a perfect thrill ride for the new immersive 4DX experience at Cineworld Wembley Park

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