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The final section of the Market Estate is being demolished later this month. 64 artists from around the world came together to celebrate its final days.
Islington's historic Screen on the Green cinema, due to be auctioned on March 9, has been sold to an unknown buyer in a surprise advance sale. The £1.4m cinema, built in 1913, was due to be sold at the...
Tucked away behind Caledonian Road station, a derelict building this weekend played host to an artistic experiment usually reserved for the warehouse galleries of Berlin. The Market Estate Project, a collaborative project between Southern Housing Group and Tall Tales,...
Sadler's Wells flamenco festival has developed a reputation for showcasing some of Spain's most gifted flamenco artists. While there was no shortage of big names with the opening act of Sadler's Flamenco festival from Nuevo Ballet Español, in...
Arron Merat says in his column that gospel could be about to take off in the borough. Have a listen to this gospel tune and let us know what you think. Dorothy Love-Coates - I'm Just Holding On http://www.youtube.com/v/7emqvkt0T-Y&hl=en_GB&fs=1& And the gospel...
Step behind the gold velvet curtain of the vintage shop at 46 Essex Road, and into Islington's latest pop-up gallery. The exhibition is artistic duo Sardine and Tobleroni's homage to the punk-rock movement. "The artists are interested in bad taste",...
Are you a Dickens reader or a Dahl? More of a Hemingway than a Hornby? What does your bookcase say about you? Local photographer Kathryn Faulkner answers these questions – and more – at Bibliology, her most recent...