North London's Cultural Guide



Why the Roundhouse is unique

A new book by Michael Coveney, with photography by Peter Dazeley, tells the story of 46 of the capital’s theatres


The truth about single Muvvahood

A new part stand-up, part TED talk and part verbatim play looks to unravel society’s perceptions of lone parents


MUST DO: And Now What at the Roundhouse

‘And Now What?’ uses creativity to document the times we live in now


Workshops to empower women at Jacksons Lane

The iconic creative hub in N6 hopes to work wonders with a new grant


Gender anarchists take to the stage – for three weeks!

This month Camden People’s Theatre will be ruffling the tail feathers of “heteronormative” society…


What you need to know about Camden Fringe 2017

We meet co-founder Zena Barrie – unveil five of this year’s highlights


What exactly is the Torriano Meeting House?

Come to a room imbued with myriad poetic voices, living and dead, giving it a unique atmosphere


Who does the Mayor of Kentish Town think he is?

We meet actor and comedian Steve Furst ahead of his five-night run at Covent Garden’s Tristan Bates Theatre


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


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

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

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