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Film review: Toy Story 4

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Woody and Buzz's fourth outing offers much of the same laughs as the previous films, but it's done with heart and dignity.

Downbeat, synth-aided rock is fruitful ground for a fistful of first-person reflections and regrets.

Clark might once again bite off more than the average listener can chew, but bear with it.

Will third time mean the big time for the worrying pop-poet?

A contradictory concoction of electronica, club-lounge, disco-funk, lullaby-gospel and languid cool that works incredibly well.

North London songsmith heads for new ground on his eleventh studio album

A slinky, slick and lascivious set from Oklahoma's Broncho that's part art-rock, part psych-pop.

Pigeonhole-phobic Joseph Mount and friends sprinkle some sonic extras on their breakthrough record.

Seismic life events trigger new sonic adventures for this troubadour duo, with some exciting, propulsive results.

Haven't we seen this so-so dystopian thriller before?

An 87th minute winner from Ralston Gabriel gave ten-man Haringey Borough a 1-0 win over Margate in the Bostik Premier Divison.

The singer-songwriter from Hertford is hotly tipped as one of the most exciting acts to look out for in 2019. Ahead of his debut album release in April, Ten Tonnes will play a handful of live shows including a date at Scala in February.

Songworks Community Choir's winter concert was held at St Mary with St George, Hornsey Parish Church last Wednesday, December 12. Jo Trew was one of those in attendance…

A high energy return to form for Susie McKenna's legendary annual outing of gliz, hilarity and joy

Does anyone need another Neil Young live album? Well, yes as it happens…

WGC's central force bows out with a moving, cerebral set of alt-country fitting of his legacy.

Travel: 48 hours in Dublin

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Tips on where to stay and what to eat in Dublin courtesy of our travel writer, Sophie Ritchie.

David Winskill thoroughly enjoys "a special play which deserves full houses" courtesy of Jesse Briton.

We spoke with Wiggins ahead of his UK tour, which starts in Manchester on Monday.

On Friday, I logged on to Twitter and typed three letters into the search box that have had an important bearing on my life: OCD.

It's a people's revolution. For the very first time, a community cast takes the Olivier stage: around 200 non-professionals, led by a few actors, representing national diversity. And that's no anaemic buzzword here, but real inclusion - assorted ages, sizes, ethnicities, experiences, performers in wheelchairs, in drag, all combining in the art of storytelling. It's end-of-term play meets Danny Boyle's London Olympics Opening Ceremony.

There's no such thing as a dead cert in theatreland. No matter how bulletproof the material might seem (through reputation or otherwise), there is always the potential for it to flounder on the banks of poor execution, woeful miscasting and meandering direction.

Sophie Ritchie takes in the swashbuckling elegance and history of one of Tokyo's most desirable hotels

If you've walked past the Camden People's Theatre recently, you might have noticed the striking art exhibition proudly on display.

Kerstin Rodgers shares two delicious gluten-free recipes after whiling away an afternoon at Highgate's serene Waterlow Park.

Caroline David settles in for an evening of open-air theatre as director Maria Aberg oversees a quite brilliant adaption of the Little Shop of Horrors

David Conway, Hampstead Garden Opera's new Chair, took the pulpit to announce that Facebook had taken down HGO's posting " .. for promoting sexual services" - it certainly was a strange start to a concert!

The property price gap between London and other cities around the UK is predicted to narrow in the next two years according to figures published by Hometrack

For seven consecutive Fridays in July and August, the KERB street-food market will run into the evening with DJ sets, flowing drinks and beautiful food as part of Camden Lates.

To mark Foster Care Fortnight (May 14 to May 27), we spoke to resident Jane* about the immense rewards of foster caring with Haringey Council

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