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Gerard Touren – ‘Tokyo – Ordinary People in Tokyo Streets’ review

Paris-based photographer, Gerard Touren, was handed his first camera at the age of 12 by his father who taught him how to take photographs...

Review: Praise for Madame Butterfly in the pub

It’s not often the best seat in an opera house is right at the back. The King’s Head Theatre isn’t your average opera house....

New fish restaurant opens on Upper Street

Does Supper Street really need another restaurant? Our reporter Isolde Walters went to investigate the new fish restaurant making a splash...

An international student’s guide to the best pubs in Islington

After a thorough analysis of the typical Londoner, I have discovered that they all gather in places of worship called a ‘pub’ where they...

The 5 best pizza places in Islington

The Italian’s have given the world so many wonderful things: Prosecco, Pasta, heck even Pavarotti. But most importantly, our Euro chums have given us the...

Review: The Great Gatsby Ballet at Sadler’s Wells

No other period of recent history quite captures the romantic imagination like the Jazz Age of the 20s. The name itself hangs heavy with...

Dining at the Dolls House’s private members’ club

The latest offering to Islington’s Upper Street is the Dolls House, a stylish restaurant and inconspicuous private members’ club, which is now the permanent...

Review: The Secret Garden at the King’s Head, Upper Street

Kitty Teague reviews a musical version of the children's classic.

REVIEW: Someone to Blame at the King’s Head theatre

Someone to Blame at the King’s Head dramatises the case of Sam Hallam, who has been in prison for seven years on the count...

Vegetarian Karma Sutra

“Vegetarian food is orgasmic,” shouts a poster in the bright green shop.