Meet the four young stars of Spit & Polish

We get the lowdown on the new monthly spoken word night at Kentish Town’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre

15 Feb 2017

39

shares

Review: The Turn of the Screw, Lion & Unicorn Theatre

Suspense, mystery and malevolence: Clare Hand enjoys a well-told ghoulish tale

01 Feb 2017

39

shares

Smut Slam enters Kentish Town

There’ll be nothing saucier in the neighbourhood next week than this American import, promises founder Cameryn Moore

05 Jan 2017

39

shares

Review: Pulling Out, Camden People’s Theatre

A powerful and hilarious new play by Lucy Bell gives a voice to young dads, says Clare Hand

22 Sep 2016

39

shares

Why I’ve reopened the Lion & Unicorn theatre

Kentish Town’s superior fringe theatre is back up and running. Chris Mellor tells us what to expect

18 Feb 2016

39

shares

How 501 Things I Do In My Bedroom changed my life

Playwright and actor Nicola Wren on how her hit one-woman show is graduating from Camden to the Edinburgh Festival. And now a sitcom is on the cards

20 Jul 2015

39

shares

MUST DO: late April

From rampaging dinosaurs to free beer, five excellent things to consider over the next seven days

23 Apr 2015

39

shares

How I wrote Score, a musical comedy about mums facing child removal

Award-winning playwright Lucy Bell on the story behind her hit tale that kicks off at Camden People’s Theatre tonight

15 Apr 2015

39

shares

Ich Bin: Anna Frankl-Duval, actor

The born-and-bred north Londoner on the difficulties of her profession, coping with bereavement – and why she loves Knowhere Special

24 Mar 2015

39

shares

MUST DO: this weekend

NW5’s latest wine bar, a pop-up fashion store on Brecknock – and storytelling for adults

05 Mar 2015

39

shares