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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Fresh off Olivier Award wins for Summer and Smoke, director Rebecca Frecknall and actress Patsy Ferran reunite at the Almeida – bringing a similarly expressive approach to Chekhov as they did to Tennessee Williams.

The seven course Marylebone Menu is one of 50 events, workshops, tastings and special menus on offer from top restaurants and bars in the foodie enclave

The QI comic will officially unveil a trio of community days out, starting on June 23 with a dog show and art fair at Whitestone Pond

Alexis Michalik’s prison-set dark comedy boasts strong performances and explores human fallibility, but is tonally uneven and strains for credibility

Alexis Michalik’s prison-set dark comedy boasts strong performances and explores human fallibility, but is tonally uneven and strains for credibility

The Hampstead Garden Suburb music and literary festival opens its booking hotline this Friday with a line-up that includes Mozart, Gershwin and a tribute to Streisand

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

Caryl Churchill’s 80s feminist classic gets an epic revival that has contemporary resonance if it sometimes lacks clarity and intimacy

Crouch End film professor Ian Christie’s new exhibition and book tells how Robert W Paul jointly made Britain’s first motion picture and recreated the Boer War on Muswell Hill Golf course

Che Walker both directs and stars in Intra Muros at Park Theatre which asks what’s the point of theatre anyway?

We’ve heard of Joseph, his coat of many colours and numerous brothers, but what of Dina his sister whose troubling story has been turned into an opera?

Even Michelle Eshkeri’s Rabbi comes in for her delicious challah bread she tells Kerstin Rodgers

Contemporary impressionist Sherree Valentine Daines painted Dead Ringers comedian Jon Culshaw at the opening night party,

By day Jamie Finn serves up Giacobazzi’s delicious fare but by night her performs on the comedy circuit

Cillian Murphy gives a soul-touching performance as a grieving dad haunted by the avian embodiment of his loss.

Hompophobic brutality and post-colonial tension puts a gay relationship between an Egyptian and a British man under strain

A 100 invited guests were treated to a musical recital as details of the Hampstead Garden Suburb summer music and literary festival were announced

Jade Anouka gives a stand out performance in Ella Road’s chilling dystopian vision of a world where we are rated on the basis of a simple genetic blood test

School photos are a rite of passage: a snapshot in time of bad hairstyles, gappy teeth and that hideous experiment with the blue eyeliner that went on for far too long.

Tease, taste and tipple at Camden Market’s first all-male burlesque show

Islington music producer and therapist Jon Hall has been working with patients with acute mental ill health to make confidence boosting songs, raps and videos

Former Hackney GP displays keepsakes from the life of one woman and his photographic project of the same Hackney street crossing over 365 days in his interrogation of longitudinal memory and fleeting history

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

Four ‘dorky’ Mormon dads who became a YouTube sensation prepare to play the open air concerts on Hampstead Heath

The Village School and UCL Academy team up with pupils in New Delhi for an exhibition about the threat of polluted air in their cities

Crouch End playwright Ella Road has written a dystopian drama about a world where life chances and relationships are dominated by genetic tests

Miles Jupp gives a funny and very English account of the life of Mary Poppins actor David Tomnlinson

One of the final taboos could be broken if curators can raise £300,000 to open the world’s first bricks and mortar exhibition space around gynaecological anatomy

The Highgate arts centre hosts a poignant full mask mime performance about soldiers with post traumatic stress

The Muswell Hill author got so immersed in writing his Tokyo thriller that he got inked like his lead character

The League of Gentlement and Inside No9 stars went local once again on Sunday as they teamed up to raise money for their local independent moviehouse

Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton give sensational performances in a bold stylish production of Pinter’s unflinching examination of an extramarital affair - told in reverse chronology

Revamped theatre hosts a thrilling reimagined version of Shakespeare’s history with a compelling central performance by Tom Mothersdale

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

You’ll have a riotous Royal romp in a hilarous parody of Netflix series The Crown which manages to surpass the original

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