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Review: ‘Trumpageddon’ at King’s Head Theatre

November 10, 20160

For those Islingtonites imaging what a Trump presidency will look like going forward, Sofia Quaglia got a frightening – if fictional – insight on Tuesday night before the polls closed.
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Review: ‘Fire! Fire!’ at Museum of London

November 9, 20160

This year marks the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London and to commemorate the occasion, the Museum of London are hosting a dedicated exhibition, ‘Fire! Fire!’. Our reporter
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Review: Oil At Almeida Theatre

November 6, 20160

In the latest of her theatre reviews for St John Street News, Sofia Quaglia delivers her verdict on the Almeida’s complex but fascinating new production of ‘Oil’… It took Ella
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Local Haunts – Islington’s Top 5 Spookiest Venues

November 2, 20160

All Hallows’ Eve might be done and dusted, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still haunting treats to be found throughout the London Borough of Islington, as St John Street
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Footloose 2016 – How #SaveFabric’s Dance Protest Became “Bigger Than Anticipated”

October 27, 20160

In our latest feature, Nicolo Gervasi discusses with organiser Tim Griffith, attendees and more how a 24-hour dance protest in Islington helped further the campaign to #SaveFabric, as well as
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Review: The Book Club

October 20, 20160

Discover our verdict on King’s Head Theatre’s latest production, which showcases Amanda Muggleton’s versatility like never before… Drama veteran Amanda Muggleton feels she’s “closing the circle” as she brings her
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Death Imitates Art – Investigating Sutton House’s New Exhibition

October 19, 20160

Sutton House are currently hosting a unique exhibition dedicated to the often-taboo topic of death. Vera Mikusch travelled to Hackney to find out the inspiration behind ‘Life. Death. Whatever.’ and
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Review: ‘London in Video Games’ at the Museum of London

June 18, 20160

As the Museum of London moves from 150 London Wall to West Smithfield on June 16th, Tom Buxton delivers his verdict on one of the final displays to grace the
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Islington and the Refugee Crisis: The Power of Art

June 10, 20160

The biggest ever Refugee Week is taking place this month with more than 400 events due to take place across the UK. It has a particular resonance for Islington. During
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The Rise of the Artisan Craft-maker

June 9, 20160

From small shops to large communities, artisan skills are a huge part of Islington today. It is a place where a large community of artists can dare to take a chance on making
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