Film & Theatre

MUST DO: Lady Windermere’s Fan, the Poor School

Don't miss the Oscar Wilde classic at the final curtain call of the legendary ...

Review: What the Moon Saw, The Place

You'll have to hurry as it's only on this week, but the 2Faced Dance ...

The curious history of the Almeida Theatre

The influential Islington theatre is featured in a new book by Michael Coveney. Photography ...

The big new Everyman in King’s Cross is now open

North London's largest new cinema in years flung its doors open last night - ...

Review: Miss Hope Springs, Wilton’s Music Hall

The sequin-clad cabaret sensation and ‘recovering showgirl’ was in her element, says Stephen Emms

MUST DO: Everyman on the Corner

Plus don't miss the latest exhibitions at the Wellcome Collection and House of Illustration

This bloke is in pursuit of ‘manly-ness’

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

Love the London Overground? Then watch the film

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

MUST DO: Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest 2016

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

SLAM has just opened in King’s Cross

Affordable, grand new fringe venues just don’t crop up effortlessly in central London much ...