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Celebrating women and activism on International Women's Day
The Zimmers are the world's oldest rock band, with a combined age of around 3000. Since they formed in 2007, they have toured all over the world attracting a fan base of more than 50 million people. They have appeared...
Fans pose with Asa Butterfield, star of Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, which premiered in Angel’s Vue Cinema this weekend. The public premiere, part of London Film Day, was shown simultaneously in 15 cinemas across the capital, where...
Mighty Boosh star Noel Fielding tonight showed off his new blonde hair style at a gig at the Union Chapel. The 36-year old comedian was watching Fleetwood Mac founder and guitarist Peter Green perform at the Islington venue. Fielding, who has...
A star-studded gala performance at the Almeida Theatre has raised £100,000. The one-off performance of Shakespeare's Women featured some of the country's finest actors including Sinead Cusack, Juliet Stevenson, Sanjeev Bhaskar and Meera Syal. Celebrities attending included Elle Macpherson, Patrick Stewart...
Cheryl Cole was spotted at Sadler’s Wells this weekend enjoying a performance by kung-fu monks. The Girls Aloud star was reportedly at the performance by 17 monks from the Shaolin Temple in China on the lookout for dancers for her...
LAUREL and Hardy. The Two Ronnies. Morecambe and Wise. Double acts are a tried and tested recipe. And, in I'll always think of you that way at the Pleasance Theatre, female duo Mackenzie and McGuire prove it's still a...

Review: Micmacs

Micmacs, film, directed Jean-Pierre Jeunet.A bomb-disposal expert is blown up in the western Sahara. His widow goes mad with grief, abandoning her son to an orphanage from which he escapes in a laundry basket - only to be shot...
OPERA fans made the trip to Islington last week for the opening night of The English Touring Opera's performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream at Sadler's Wells.The Islington theatre stepped in to provide a temporary home for the opera...
“What do we do now, now that we are happy?” Estragon’s demand of his fellow tramp, Vladimir, is especially pertinent to Sean Mathias’ production of Waiting for Godot.