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A live recording that captures the band's urgent, witty, utterly compelling punk-rock energy.

Back for a third year, the Old Vic's magical joyful and socially conscious version of Dickens' indestructible morality tale is worth the candle

Eerie magic and slapstick fun jostle, mostly successfully, in an inventive retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's wintry fairytale

Warm-hearted, eco-friendly take on the classic fairytale has an inventive set and a touching note of forgiveness

The superb acoustic of St Michael's Church saw a programme of Beethoven and Tchaicovsky performed by two of the festival founders with clarity and energy

ZSL's Fundraising Director explains how local charities and community groups working with low income families, the elderly and disabled can apply for 100,000 tickets

As Americans worldwide mark their national day and count their blessings, it's time to give thanks to the humble squash

"Always be alert, and don't accept orders you can't follow with an open heart" is the message from former spy Marthe Cohn to young people today in this lively part-animated documentary

A stand off between Stalin and Russian poet Anna Akhamatova is brought to compelling life in Olivia Olsen's humane exploration of creativity and courage

A bulging sub-plot and unrestrained touches of soapy melodrama undermine a vivid window on India's gender politics - inspired by Ibsen's Ghosts

The world's biggest Jewish film festival featuring 95 films from 24 countries starts a fortnight of screenings including many in north and east London

Steven Isserlis offers his expertise to other classical musicians over a three hour event as part of the Hampstead Arts Festival

This tiger cub peering into a ZSL camera trap is being helped by projects to preserve his future says the Zoo's fundraising director

Under the baton of conductor David Temple the chorus and a full orchestra did justice to Beethoven's Missa Solemnis

Gardening correspondent Ruth Pavey visits the Octogenarian painter in the beautiful garden that inspired so much of her work

Far more than a green polemic, this Frankenstein of a play is a glorious absurdist blend of stand-up, drama, dance/disco radio and mime.

Tom Wright's take on the post chemsex gay generation is hampered by unnatural dialogue and shallow characterisation

A dark, visceral and funny play about the vulnerability of young men carries hints of Withnail and Beckett

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Monday, December 10, 2018

Top Seven seasonal reads with Sanchita Basu de Sarkar from the Children's Bookshop in Muswell Hill

Award-winning actors cannot salvage a mis-firing script about sacrifice and marital infidelity

Robert Icke's rewrite of Ibsen's masterpiece proved too much for some in a cumbersome first half but delivered a riveting finish

Powerful story of Female Genital Mutilation puts audiences on a 90 minute rollercoaster of emotion

Adam Solomons speaks to those commemorating the German philosopher.

David Winskill struggles with a contemporary update of Moliere's comedy in both English and 17th Century French

Terry Gilliam's modern twist on the 17th classic is flawed but wonderfully wacky.

Michael Church fires the starting gun on our coverage of the 2018 Proms at St Jude's in Hampstead Garden Suburb featuring Nicholas Collon of the Aurora Orchestra

London Marathon is fast approaching and you've been training for months. But, as with any big event, it's just the beginning of your fitness journey. Islington personal trainer Nancy Best gives you some tips on staying motivated after the run

Despite some good committed acting I found it hard to engage with a piece that at times wanted to be a comedy, then a tragedy then changed its mind and veered off to be a pantomime

Charmian Brinson, a professor of German at Imperial College, reviews a history of the exiled German-speaking actors who found fame on the British stage after fleeing Nazi Europe

Unlike any folk band you've heard before, the 'Wheel take the genre into exciting new territories

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