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 David Bailey

As legendary photographer David Bailey’s exhibition opens in Soho, he tells Dan Carrier that his images are no ‘romantic lament’

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Top London jazz venue Ronnie Scott’s is taking up a five-night “pop-up” residency at the new-look Jazz Cafe in Camden Town from Sunday December 18 through to Thursday December 22, writes Sebastian Taylor.
Veteran director Oliver Stone has turned Edward Snowden’s story into a fairly watchable feature film, carefully laying out his motivation and attempting to personalise Snowden’s story.
Cheers! Heidi Cullip of the North London Wine School, believes 'Brits have a nervous relationship with wine,' writes Tom Moggach.
Francis Beckett admires Richard Garner’s plain-speaking guide to the education system.
Christmas decoration workshop at the Geffrye Museum. Just one the many suggestions in our comprehensive guide.
Chas & Dave are set to bring their Christmas show to the O2 Forum in Kentish Town on December 10, writes fellow Spurs fan, Dan Carrier.
On The Edge of Seventeen offers both laughs and a cleverly crafted story that feels heartfelt. Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld) is the central character, a teenager who is gently feeling her way through adolescence.
Camden History Review’s 40th edition sheds light on ‘Hen mania’. Gerald Isaaman didn’t need egging on.
Children’s story teller, poet, playwright, historian, satirist, biographer – she even wrote that delightful hymn Morning Has Broken, writes Gerald Isaaman.
Lazarus is inspired by the book and film The Man Who Fell to Earth, in which David Bowie took the lead role of Thomas Newton. Read Sipora Levy's review.