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Review: ‘One Last Thing (For Now)’

March 22, 20170

Althea Theatre is presenting wartime stories inspired by love letters at the Old Red Lion Theatre this month in a new play by Lilac Yosiphon. Vera Mikusch delivers her verdict…
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Review: ‘Benighted’

December 19, 20160

Does the Old Red Lion Theatre Pub’s latest production match the high standard of its esteemed predecessors? Vera Mikusch delivers her final verdict on ‘Benighted’… Benighted is a whole lot
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Opinion: How Islington Students Can Balance Academic and Outdoor Pursuits

December 15, 20160

Academic study and sporting pursuits are both important to many Londoners, but how can we combine the two? Chiara Fiorollo investigates…   Despite all of today’s technological innovations, the increase
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Review: ‘The Worst Was This’

December 13, 20160

William Shakespeare’s works may have few rivals in the pantheon of classic English literature, but just where did he get his ideas? Sofia Quaglia went to the Hope Theatre to find
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Review: ‘Where Do Little Birds Go?’

November 26, 20160

Sofia Quaglia delivers her verdict on the Old Red Lion Theatre Pub’s latest show, which takes us back to the days of the infamous Kray twins… Camilla Whitehill’s hit production
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Opinion – President Trump From An Islingtonian’s Perspective

November 18, 20160

Donald Trump may have ‘only’ won leadership of America last week, but his time at the helm could, in a globalized world, affect Islingtonians just as much as it will
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Opinion – London Mayoral Election: Who’s The Safer Pair of Hands?

May 4, 20160

“On Thursday, are we really going to hand the world’s greatest city to a Labour party that thinks terrorists are its friends?” was the controversial headline of Conservative mayoral candidate
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Opinion – London Mayoral Election: How Will The TfL Policies Affect The Common Londoner?

May 4, 20160

There is only a day left to decide which candidate to vote for in the mayoral election as Boris Johnson steps down as London Mayor. The two front-runners, Labour’s Sadiq Khan and the
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Review: ‘What’s in a Name’ at Museum of London

May 2, 20160

Hot on the heels of recent celebratory events timed to coincide with the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death, Tom Buxton visits the Museum of London’s new Shakespeare-themed exhibit to
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The Outsiders’ View of Britain: Photographs of a Nation

April 29, 20160

Martin Parr, one of the most renowned documentary photographers of modern life, is not everyone’s cup of tea. When Henri Cartier-Bresson – the grandfather of street photography – attended an
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