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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.
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.
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.
Harrow London Borough Council
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.
Enjoy a light-themed photography exhibition at West Harrow gallery
NEON signs, fireworks and illuminated buildings feature in images captured by an Ecuadorian photographer to be displayed at an independent contemporary art gallery.
Harrow Arts Centre
Contemporary art gets new home at Harrow Arts Centre
CONTEMPORARY art finally has a home in Harrow – a public gallery that aims to enhance the borough’s cultural reputation.
Outrageous art exhibition arrives
Called Outrageous by its creators, Okra Textiles, it is on display now at the Cow Byre Gallery, Ruislip.
Fond memories of a pioneering art school
CREATIVE classmates who attended Harrow School of Art during the Swinging Sixties met to relive their studies at the weekend.
Originals of Pinner artist on display
The Attic at Lines of Pinner is exhibiting works by the artist who was a founder member of what is now the Pinner Sketch Club and was president and secretary for different periods.
The Harefield Academy
Harefield Academy art put on 'best ever' art show
HAREFIELD Academy students celebrated their best art display yet.
Homage to art swansong
WHEN a handful of art lovers met in 1983 to try and bring both local and international works to the borough, the Brent Artists’ Resource was born.
Harrow girls keep their promises to stay together in new memoir
Two girls who were born in a city which was still reeling from a world war were inseparable as children.
Time for a bit of Milton
RECOGNISABLE as the comic with unruly hair and a penchant for Hawaiian shirts, Milton Jones has created a niche for himself in the world of comedy with his deadpan quick wit and surreal one-liners.
ART students showed work off to the public at the opening night of their latest exhibition.
Harrow College’s end of year Creative Arts show private viewing was attended by teachers, students, parents and the Mayor of Harrow, Nizam Ismail, on Monday last week.
Students show they have plenty of art
HOURS of painstaking painting and creative concentration were celebrated at two school art exhibitions.
Artists open homes and workshops
GET up close to the work of Harrow’s talented artists as they extend an invite into their homes and workshops.
Host of events on offer for Artsweek
IT’S a hard life being a stand-up comedian for children. So hard that funnyman Mark Jones is training new recruits to help him through his show at Barra Hall Park in Hayes.
Ex-students from doomed pottery course exhibit to mark 50th anniversary
ARTISTS are exhibiting to celebrate five decades of a world-renowned pottery course that shuts this summer after campaigners fought unsuccessfully for a reprieve.
Pupils show off creative skills at school art exhibition
CREATIVE schoolchildren have been proudly showing off their artwork to friends, parents and teachers alike.
Lidl Hayes: Find out when the brand new store opens and other useful information
It has been branded the "Lidl of the Future"
London's Christmas By The River market is returning this winter
Get in the festive spirit with mulled wine, craft beers and handmade gifts
Ice skating in London: A rooftop ice rink bar is opening this winter!
After skating, you can head to the indulgent fondue station - which has both melted cheese and chocolate
What's On News
We attempted Thorpe Park's Fright Nights 2017 horror mazes - you should read this before you go
Sceptics beware, Thorpe Park has managed to leave our reporters shaking in their boots
Coppa Club's igloos return to the River Thames this Christmas
Enjoy a festive cocktail in a super snuggly igloo
New reality show from the makers of Love Island wants singletons for ultimate battle
New reality show is casting singles to live under the searing sun of the African savannah in the ultimate battle of the sexes
Things To Do
The 10 most haunted places in west London to try ghost-hunting this Halloween
Are you brave enough?
Things To Do
See which gorgeous west London parks have been shortlisted for the UK's Best Park
Voting is now open for UK's Best Park, as voted by the public
Disney on Ice 2018 UK tour: How to buy tickets for Worlds of Enchantment show
Audiences will get to see characters from Frozen, Toy Story and The Little Mermaid on the upcoming Disney on Ice tour
Food and Drink
Historic pub that blamed Brexit for sudden closure welcomes back customers
The Princess Victoria, popular with locals and foodies such as chef Nigella Lawson and writer Anthony Bourdain, reopened on Friday (October 20)
Uxbridge stabbing: Teenager stabbed on his front doorstep driven to hospital by his own mother
Deividas's injuries are not believed to be life-threatening
Owner of filthy Southall restaurant slapped with huge fine after cooked food left next to used mop bucket
Take a look inside the Southall-based restaurant, which currently has a hygiene rating of one
Central Line incident: Person dies after being hit by train near West Acton station
The late night collision happened on the stretch of track between North Acton and West Acton
QPR manager Ian Holloway responds angrily to suggestions he is under pressure after draw against Bolton Wanderers
The Hoops made it seven games without a win in the league, leading to reports in The Sun that he was to be sacked if his team failed to win against the Trotters.
London knife crime: 13 stabbings in west London in first 18 days of October, with three people dead
See a timeline of the incidents reported so far in October 2017
These three Sunderland players caused Brentford problems, admits Bees star
Brentford stopper picked out three men who shone for Sunderland
Uxbridge stabbing: Your reactions after teenager stabbed on his own doorstep
Deividas started walking again, two days after being stabbed in the chest outside his front door
West London News
Hammersmith Bridge closure: Historic bridge shut for emergency repairs during half-term and how your commute could be affected
How to avoid traffic as historic bridge is closed for week-long repairs
What is the T-Charge, how do you pay it, and who does it apply to?
Some cars will be charged an extra £10 a day
Brentford ace reveals half-time aim after terrible Sunderland start
Bees stopper Dan Bentley felt his side could have won despite an uphill battle