Features
South End Road. Old picture postcards capture Hampstead’s past
Hello from Hampstead! Discovering A History Through Postcards. As an exhibition of postcards opens at Burgh House, Gerald Isaaman looks back at NW3’s links to the Penny Black stamp creator Sir Rowland Hill.
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The British Museum’s Reading Room has been hidden from view for almost a decade. But what does the future hold? Dan Carrier tries to get answers.
It’s that time again... Get ready with our special guide full of ideas for a summer of fun...
The Peel Centre Art Club investigate sparring socialist politics and urban myths surrounding Bevin Court as part of a restoration and heritage project...
Rachel Kavanaugh’s masterful revival ridicules the simple heads within a clan of boorish brothers unable to find happiness unless they refine their ways...
Five-piece Outfit, who play Electrowerks on September 21, generally hail from the Wirral but used to live together in Liverpool, before decamping en masse to London.
Short operas about telephone calls, opera house dressing rooms and ghost stories feature in the continuing Tête a Tête festival over the next few days.
Beyond the Reach is an occasionally brilliant thriller starring Michael Douglas as Madec, a company-owning megalomaniac with a penchant for high-powered rifles.
Dan Carrier reviews the movie: Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.. Stunning set-piece action scenes, a suitably ridiculous plot and strong performances from a cast (including Tom Cruise) who take it all very seriously
This growing, grassroots popularity is uplifting proof that you don’t need piles of cash, a prime location or a pushy public relations firm to fill your tables...
Operas about human cloning, bees in Dalston, a prodigy mathemati­cian and Dartmoor are among the Tête a Tête festival’s second weekend of performances in King’s Cross locations.