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Formed to fight off a ludicrous idea to dig a tunnel under the Heath, the Highgate Society has just published a book celebrating five decades of campaigning, writes Dan Carrier.

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A new exhibition in Upper Street is to respond to the recent closure of nearby superclub Fabric and the steady decrease in live music venues across London, writes Amy Smith.
On the eve of the Labour leadership election, journalist and Camden councillor Douglas Beattie finds a new book about the Honourable Member for Islington North makes a decent fist of analysing the Corbyn phenomenon.
This remake of the classic 1960 Western (and featuring Denzil Washington) was not wholly necessary, as the original hasn’t dated. But here it is, creating a decent homage to a film that included Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen. Read Dan Carrier's review.
Norwegian singer Moddi has given himself quite a task. Not content with taking on one controversial song that has attracted censorship, he has collected and recorded banned and suppressed songs from all over the world.
Dario Coates – best known for playing Alex Neeson in Coronation Street – gives a captivating performance. For 50 minutes he bares all in a soliloquy where you are invited into the alienating world of a punk-obsessed, northern teen. Read Lucy Mansfield's review.
With Cold Feet back on the TV, it doesn’t feel quite so wrong to have another instalment of the life and times of Helen Fielding’s 1990s smash-hit adaptation of her newspaper column, writes Dan Carrier.
Sonya Yoncheva in the title role of Norma, to be screened live from the ROH in cinemas on Monday September 26.
You can’t help but be charmed by this documentary that has seen Apollo 13 director Ron Howard trawl through tons of archive material to bring us the Fab Four at a period in their lives when they smashed it globally.
The styles of the two pizzerias could not be more different. Voodoo Ray’s celebrates the new wave “slice culture” of New York, while Franco Manca oozes the timeless traditions of Naples, writes Tom Moggach.
So, what does it mean for the sadly no more Barfly? Is indie no more? We spoke to The Columbo Group’s head of music, Andy Peyton, to find out what is in store for the venue.