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The 'doyen of British cellists', Julian Lloyd Webber to perform with his wife for the first time

The British solo cellist will debut a world premiere performance of duets in the borough

PlayStation 4 review: Sony are back to their best with pure gaming gold

With the PS4 launching today across the UK, GetWestLondon has put Sony's latest offering through its paces and finds a superb system for gaming purists.

Not long left to view Urban Ambush artwork

200 young people spent the summer involved in various art workshops
200 young people proudly display the fruits of their summer labours

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The 'doyen of British cellists', Julian Lloyd Webber to perform with his wife for the first time

The British solo cellist will debut a world premiere performance of duets in the borough

PlayStation 4 review: Sony are back to their best with pure gaming gold

With the PS4 launching today across the UK, GetWestLondon has put Sony's latest offering through its paces and finds a superb system for gaming purists.

200 young people spent the summer involved in various art workshops

Not long left to view Urban Ambush artwork

200 young people proudly display the fruits of their summer labours

Liquid Geometry by the late Ealing artist Peter Heath

Work by Ealing artist who died in the summer to go on display

A display celebrating the work of Australian born abstract artist Peter Heath can be seen at the Pitzhanger Manor house

Some of the beads which will be on offer

Europe's biggest bead fair to take place at Uxbridge College

Colourful materials return to the College for 24th year as it expands due to popularity

Up and away: Ealing Common will see the circus in action

Preview: Moscow State Circus brings new show to Ealing Common

Flipping, juggling and catapulting to wow the crowds on the Common

Artwork by Thalie Stephan

Art is an act of faith for artist behind Acton exhibition

Kirsty MacKenzie meets Thalie Stephan, the artist behind a new exhibition in Acton this week

Street performers entertain shoppers in Hounslow

Circus acts, poetry and singing made for an unusual afternoon in Hounslow high street

Robin Vyrnwy-Pierce reviews a selection of thrillers.

Robin's Reviews: Scandinavian crime thrillers (and a good home grown one too)

WITH the mixed weather we are having this summer you don’t know if the weekend will be spent sunning yourself on a lounger in the garden or cooped up indoors with the rain hammering down outside.

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Carry On actress and Bond Girl to exhibit her artwork

A FORMER bond girl and Miss World is showcasing her work as a steel work artist in the village.

New releases Robin has reviewed this month.

Robin's Reviews: The book to define a decade

THE book selection this week provides material for a range of literary tastes, although the first two books do have a common link.

My Criminal World by Henry Sutton

Robin Reviews: A book club with a touch of naughtiness

FROM the range of new releases in the past few weeks it is not easy to pick out four.

Ladybird's new version of The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas.

Robin Reviews: Modern retelling of The Three Musketeers hits the right note

In his inaugural column for the Chronicle, book reviewer Robin Vyrnwy-Pierce recommends four new releases that should cater to different tastes.

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Taru Devani tells how to follow your dreams for cinema success

Taru Devani is still reeling from working with some of the biggest names in British cinema and thanks her lucky stars.

Pupils dotty about art

YOUNG artists are casting aside their usual timetable this week and picking up their paintbrushes instead.

Artists exhibit work on theme of 'Regeneration'

ARTISTS are showing off their creations at an exhibition that brings a contemporary edge to Willesden and reflects the changes occurring at the gallery space and the borough as a whole.

Painting and installation exhibition unveiled in Willesden

A NEW exhibition was unveiled at a community space in Willesden Green.

Painter with a trees passion

THE trees in Pinner’s Memorial Park – and an 18th century watercolourist – are the inspiration for professional artist David Harker’s latest project.

Pride and Prejudice like never before

RUISLIP Operatic Society hooked some big fish with the world premiere of Pride and Prejudice: The Musical, and its impressively CV-ed American writers.

Planning for new arts projects

A COMMUNITY arts group has celebrated a year of successful projects for young people, and now hopes to welcome new members.

Videos & Photos

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Photo-gallery - 50 years and counting: were you there at Notting Hill Carnival?

Artist Emma Norman all set for Harrow Arts Centre exhibition

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