This bloke is in pursuit of ‘manly-ness’

Comedian Sheraz Yousaf is bringing his unique show to the Betsy Trotwood

09 Feb 2017

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Love the London Overground? Then watch the film

The Swedenborg Film Festival returns this weekend with an afternoon exploring concept of topographies

23 Nov 2016

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MUST DO: Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest 2016

This month sees the event’s sixth outing in venues across east and central London

11 Nov 2016

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SLAM has just opened in King’s Cross

Affordable, grand new fringe venues just don’t crop up effortlessly in central London much these days. So what’s the story behind this?

10 Nov 2016

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MUST DO: Shakespeare in Ten Acts (…and Punk)

This is the summer show for even the most bardophobic newcomer

28 Jun 2016

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Everyman on the Corner: a new cinema in King’s Cross

The boutique moviehouse has just launched an intimate space just off Granary Square

15 Jun 2016

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MUST DO: HS2 hub, Railway Children auditions & more

A new play at The Pleasance, a chance to star at the King’s Cross Theatre and redevelopment plans for Euston, here’s what’s happening in the ‘hood

24 Feb 2016

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‘Absurd, funny and gratuitously graphic’: Kim Noble at Soho Theatre

The controversial performance artist’s show You’re Not Alone ends this Saturday. So grab a ticket if you can

04 Jan 2016

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Everyman Cinema is coming to King’s Cross

And they’re opening near the new Waitrose off Granary Square

30 Sep 2015

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Review: To Kill a Mockingbird, Barbican theatre

Emma Bull caught one of the last ever London performances of the wildly acclaimed play of Harper Lee’s classic novel

29 Jul 2015

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