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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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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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Vinyl Heaven is a Place on Earth

March 15, 20170

The weekend of March 11-12 saw the debut of a new record fair at Hackney Flea Market, one brimming with the works of beloved classic artists in vinyl form. Our
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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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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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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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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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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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Battle Rap – From Shoreditch’s Streets to the Ministry of Sound

December 23, 20150

“I’d say perseverance and faith played a big role,” said Freddie ‘Cruger’ Scott-Miller when talking about the success of Don’t Flop, the battle rap league he co-founded with Rowan ‘Eurgh’ Faife.In
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