Free, family friendly graffiti festival just behind Holloway Road station.
In which Archway becomes the centre of the art universe.
In a move almost certain to herald the start of a long, soggy summer in North London, Islington Council has revoked a ban on barbecues in public places.
Ferocious lust, ruthless ambition and violent murder is the order of the day in Mark Ravenhill’s production
OK, it’s not actually round but this Victorian building in N5 has been a thriving community centre for 40 years.
The country/folk singer re-emerges with his first studio work in a decade and a special show at the Union Chapel.
Banned cricket, unfaithful swans, Lebanese loops: it’s all happening around town today. Click through to catch up.
A novel about boredom involving an intensive study of the stretch of canal linking Hackney and Islington.
The excellent Lost Musicals seasons returns to Sadler’s Wells this summer with The Band Wagon, Coco and Mexican Hayride.
Last night, the preview evening of the 23rd annual London Art Fair opened the doors of the Islington Business Design Centre to several hundred well-heeled art lovers who were able to enjoy a vast selection of modern and contemporary, mostly British art.
Is this the inspiration behind the foul-mouthed priest, Father Jack Hackett, from Father Ted?