Cheryl Baker in The Wizard of Oz at the Shaw Theatre

December is almost upon us, which means it’s time to pick out your seasonal theatre treats. Bucks Fizz's very own Cheryl Baker stars  in The Wizard of Oz at the Shaw Theatre, just one of the dozens of shows lined-up for the Christmas season. From Under 5's to adult, and everything in between, there's something for everyone!

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For Primrose Hill illustrator David Holmes, this December six small images he painted will head to all four corners of the globe, as he has been commissioned by Royal Mail to produce their annual Christmas stamps.
Music lovers need gift inspiration and we thought we could share some of the suggestions that have come to us, highlight the upcoming events and throw in some of the stranger suggestions that have arrived in our inbox.
Young Islington conductor Fergus Macleod is making his debut at English National Opera in charge of its latest revival of Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Mikado in Jonathan Miller’s brilliant 1986 staging.
Dan Carrier reviews Bridge of Spies. 'This geo-political thriller based on a true story is a splendid thing to look at, cloaked in period colours and has a Cold War noir style that grips throughout.'
Folk musicians are putting on Sweet Liberties at Cecil Sharp House, Primrose Hill, this Saturday evening. It’s a musical journey exploring the pursuit of democracy since Magna Carta.
The Gipsy Queen is a local pub, tucked out of the way – and with a terrific chef working his socks off to help build its success...
With the rapid disappearance of adventure playgrounds, childhood itself is being risk-assessed out of existence, argues Maisie Rowe.
The first full-length play from novelist Jason Hewitt, Claustrophobia is an ambitious play about what transpires when two strangers find themselves trapped in an elevator...
Black Mass is based on a true Boston gangster story that was revealed by brave reporters at the Boston Globe. Stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Johnny Depp.
She may be best known for her stripes, but as a new exhibition at the Courtauld proves, there’s much more to Bridget Riley, says John Evans.