Malvina Cheek’s death marks the end of an era in Hampstead. Dan Carrier talked to her daughter about NW3’s artistic heritage.
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Don't miss the remarkable, generous and versatile actor Miriam Margolyes when she appears at Burgh House next Thursday (June 30th) and talks to Piers Plowright about her life and work.
One of the founding principles of the Royal Academy of Arts was to “mount an annual exhibition open to all artists of distinguished merit” to finance the training of young artists in the Royal Academy Schools.
Human rights lawyer Philippe Sands’ new book blends a history of genocide with family history. Gerald Isaaman reports.
Richard III has one of the most complex openings of all of Shakespeare’s histories, but Fiennes has the knack for explaining the story as he acts...
Standon Calling, just 45 minutes up the A10 from north London in a picturesque valley in Hertfordshire, has become a critically acclaimed must-do for every serious music lover, writes Dan Carrier.
A globetrotting Londoner has just opened one of the capital’s first “izakayas” on Shaftsbury Avenue – his take on a cosy Japanese tavern...
This film, which imagines what happened when Elvis met Richard Nixon in the Oval Office, writes Dan Carrier.
The third 10-day Stroud Green Festival is getting under way with exciting, high-class events mostly at Holy Trinity Church, Granville Road, N4.
This collection of adult fairy tales is a stylish jumble of super-charged yarns that revel in originality and provide a surprise in every scene, writes Dan Carrier.
This annual exhibition covers the high walls of the former Holloway church with a range of works. And in its ninth year it is bigger than ever, with 180 pieces from 90 artists...