Rock & Pop
Basement Jaxx's Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe

As part of World Peace Day, the Camden New Journal are running an exclusive competition to win tickets for a Basement Jaxx video shoot at Camden Lock Market. Basement Jaxx will be showcasing their new track, Power To The People, written for World Peace Day, at the event.

Event Title eg: Life of PI
A grey-skied city under siege – though you’d never know it if you weren’t a player in the intelligence community – is the setting for this spy thriller taken from a John Le Carré novel and starring the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
When the miners’ strike of 1984 was at its bitterest, there were other battles that ran concurrently and shared similar themes. The miners were called The Enemy Within, and seen as an evil cancer on the face of society...
A group of eight high-flying acrobats bring their playful brand of circus skills to the Peacock Theatre this September. Hailing from Quebec, The 7 Fingers (Les 7 Droigts de la Main) company incorporate, dance, drama and and an undeniable sense of ...
Royal Childhood, an exhibition featuring well-loved toys, treasured family gifts and tiny outfits belonging to nine generations of royal children is at Buckingham Palace until September 28.
Artist David Gentleman is known for his images of urban scenes. From books on London and Rome to the friezes that grace the platforms at Charing Cross tube station, his works are intrinsically linked with the cityscape.
Kristin Hersh and her band Throwing Muses play Islington Assembly Hall on September 24-25, promoting Purgatory/ Paradise, the band’s first collection of new music in over 10 years.
While Hollywood moviemakers and their stars basked in the glorious sunlit glow of Los Angeles during the silent film heyday of the 1920s, those in Britain had to battle against smog.
Whether you like it or not, says award-winning architect Chris Roche, owning a house or flat may be a necessity and the only bit of financial security you will ever have. So investing in that property has to be...
During the riots that hit Hackney, and many other places in Britain, three years ago, Alecky Blythe grabbed her dictaphone and hit the streets of east London to interview bystanders.
This time of year is a famously quiet one in the theatre world. But don’t despair – there’s lots to look forward to this autumn.