How to ‘Halloween’ in Islington

October 29, 20170

Halloween is upon us. As ghouls and ghosts come out to play, Islington looks towards a weekend full of spookery. But for those of us running a bit late with
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‘Claiming A New Place On Earth’ – Refugee Charity Breaking Barriers Holds Exhibition In Shoreditch

October 28, 20170

Tucked away down a quiet side street in Shoreditch, a unique display of art suddenly appears out of nowhere. Set up in an open room at the Protein Studios is
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Fear Not – Jeremy Corbyn’s Seat Is Safe

October 25, 20170

It was reported last week that the Independent Boundary Commission’s proposed boundary changes for UK constituencies would make Jeremy Corbyn’s seat vanish, as well as 49 others. The Government are
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First shop that caters exclusively to vegans and vegetarians opens in Exmouth Market

October 20, 20170

Exmouth Market embraces the vegetarian revolution, with Pret A Manger launching the first exclusively veggie shop in Exmouth Market. Miriam Gradel reports… Dozens of hungry Londoners stood in line in
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Review: The Lumen Prize Exhibition at Espacio Gallery

July 4, 20170

With many of the contestants’ work set to be showcased at the Threads exhibition starting today, Atina Dimitrova casts our minds back to April with a retrospective on the Espacio
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10 Green Spaces You Must Visit in Islington

April 14, 20170

With the season of spring well underway, Chiara Fiorollo rounds up a collection of local green spaces sure to offer Islingtonites a relaxing, enviromentally-friendly afternoon out… Last year, Islington was
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Insta-Initiative: Combining Social Media and Charity in Shoreditch

April 13, 20170

Atina Dimitrova reveals how a group of creative Londoners recently staged a ‘silent auction’ in Shoreditch, and why they’re planning to launch new art workshops in the weeks ahead. Generosity? 
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Tragic Irony: The London anti-racism march held in the week of the Westminster attacks

March 24, 20170

Just days before the area became the centre of a terrorist incident, Parliament Square played host to demonstrators rallying against rising UK sentiments of racism and Islamophobia. Lily Masoud reports.
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Editorial: A Brief Note on the Westminster Attacks

March 24, 20170

In the wake of the terrorist incident which left five dead and over 40 injured in Westminster this week, St John Street News editor Tom Buxton offers his perspective on these tragic
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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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