Review: The Corruption of Dorian Gray, Lion & Unicorn Theatre

Oscar Wilde’s novella has inspired a racy night of adult theatre at Kentish Town’s pub playhouse

30 Jun 2014

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What is PechaKucha? And why is at the old Pizza Express building?

Tomorrow sees another arty one-off event at the no-longer-squatted 1920s former poly

19 Jun 2014

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Why I adapted Dorian Gray

A much-anticipated new adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic novel is about to open at Kentish Town’s Lion & Unicorn theatre. Writer Adam Dechanel explains why he’s so drawn to it

09 Jun 2014

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Howl 2.0 at Roundhouse: Why we chose to re-imagine the poem for 2014

The founder of spoken word collective Poejazzi tells us why he’s bringing back Allen Ginsberg’s poem to the famous Chalk Farm Road venue

29 May 2014

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Party with Suspenses at Kentish Town’s infamous squat

Tomorrow night (March 21), the guardians of the former Pizza Express building are putting an evening of performance, art, music and fashion to show how empty urban spaces can allow creativity to flourish

20 Mar 2014

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Funny or not? The Pin’s 10 most chucklesome things about K-Town

Before their forthcoming show at the Soho Theatre, allow this acclaimed comedy duo to muse on what makes them smile in the neighbourhood

05 Mar 2014

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Sochi 2014: Behind The Scenes In Putin’s Russia

‘If Russian gay people were denied a voice in their own country, we would give them a voice onstage here.’ Playwright Tess Berry-Hart on a play that everyone should watch

13 Feb 2014

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Ich Bin Kentishtowner: John Hoggarth, writer and director

‘My greatest life achievement? Getting married. Staying married. I like being married’

07 Jan 2014

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Take a walk through the lost cinemas of Kentish Town

Writer Nigel Smith and artist Sam Nightingale went in search of the former picturehouses that we pass, without thinking, on a daily basis…

26 Dec 2013

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Ich Bin Kentishtowner: Kyle Winfield, actor and musician

‘When I start to take life too seriously, I just let my inner monkey do a few cartwheels’

24 Dec 2013

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