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Photography enthusiasts, amateur snappers and anyone with an eye for artistic prints will be delighted to view Harrow Camera Club's exhibition in the next few weeks, writes ROSIE CHRISTOPHER
Harrow Arts Centre
Something for everyone
Harrow Arts Centre has announced its new season up to Christmas.
Very unnoble behaviour
Stand-up comedian Ross Noble visits the Beck Theatre next month to warm up ahead of his 2010 Nonsensory Overload tour.
Exhibition of new energy
ART fans have just one week to catch an exhibition of up-and-coming young artists at a multi-disciplinary West Harrow gallery.
Living in a railway carriage after dad fought in France
Life in a gardener's cottage is vividly recalled in Joan Blackburn's newly published memoirs.
Sculptor Shivashtie turns heads at Stables exhibit
A SCULPTOR who recently celebrated her first solo exhibition in Dollis Hill will demonstrate her creative talent at two further shows in the capital later this month.
Get stuck into art that's fun
ART that is as enjoyable to look at as it is to think about is the topic of a new exhibition.
Everything made with their own fair hands
TABLEWEAR, sculpture and garden decorations made by local potters are on display at
Architect's houses that looked more like castles
IAN PROCTOR investigates a new exhibition about architect Ernest Trobridge, showing at Brent Museum
Journey of landscapes
IAN PROCTOR speaks to artist Ruma Nowaz about Transitions, her solo exhibition at The Stables Gallery
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Fairtrade Fashion Rocks!
Looking into why we should all invest in some Fairtrade fashion.
Give art this Christmas - without breaking the bank
BRENT will be breaking down the barriers to the art world by launching its third very own Brent Affordable Art Show - just in time for the Christmas season.
A study of human society - as seen from a rail carriage
AN INTRIGUING and nostalgic new exhibition explores how travelling by bus, train and Tube from the capital's outlying boroughs into the heart of the city has changed - and in some aspects stayed the same - since the early 20th Century.
Artists tackle life's big questions in exhibition
TWO group exhibitions are to open at a local art gallery - one exploring what things really matter to people and the second examining life's twists and turns, both good and bad.
Young Ealing artists exhibit at the Portrait Gallery
EALING artists from the South Acton estate are among a group of young people exhibiting their work at the National Portrait Gallery.
Holding up a mirror to issue of Arab identity
A new display at the National Portrait Gallery mixes and matches images of Arabic speakers and their possessions to try to address a reluctance among people of Arab descent to be portrayed visually.
Secret self-taught artist reveals an unusual skill
A SELF-TAUGHT artist who has kept his talent under wraps for years is exhibiting his work at Uxbridge Library - and getting some good reviews.
Mysterious girl from across the Atlantic
MEET Maggie, the rosy-cheeked product of a real-life transatlantic love story.
New author Tony fine tunes love for writing
A MUSICAL composer turned author is hoping to have readers gripped with his hilarious new thriller documenting a 'crazy' 12 hours in the life of a gangster.
'As inspiring as it is impressive'
TALENTED pupils from Hounslow have made it into the final of a national art competition that seeks to discover how young people define themselves today.
Richard Long exhibition, Tate Britain
BEST leave the car behind if you're heading to the new Richard Long exhibition at Tate Britain.
MINIMALIST? Abstract impressionist? Or just bits of old cupboards thrown together and painted black?
Responding to the world around them
Artists continue to create work regardless of the recession crunching its way through our lives.
Arts at midnight
EVER wondered what it is like to be someone 'full of life'?
London's Christmas By The River market is returning this winter
Get in the festive spirit with mulled wine, craft beers and handmade gifts
Lidl Hayes: Find out when the brand new store opens and other useful information
It has been branded the "Lidl of the Future"
Coppa Club's igloos return to the River Thames this Christmas
Enjoy a festive cocktail in a super snuggly igloo
Food and Drink
Quirky doughnut store to celebrate launch by giving out hundreds of FREE doughnuts
We want to eat them all!
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
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)
GIANT personalised Kinder eggs are HERE and right on the high street
You can only currently find the personalised eggs in London
Christmas grotto to showcase Frozen, Elf and Love Actually in festive films programme
The audience will enter through a magical wardrobe and arrive in a winter wonderland lined with fir trees, dusted with snow and featuring mulled wine on tap
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
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.
I was an angry Mr Smith! Brentford boss not happy with players despite point against Sunderland
What was Dean Smith's reaction to Brentford's thrilling draw against Sunderland?
Boris Johnson visits refurbished Uxbridge pub and pulls himself a pint
Punch invested £229,000 into the pub, creating 15 new jobs
Grenfell Tower fire
Grenfell Tower fire: Council reacts to 'Met pressure to block sensitive Grenfell reports'
Kensington and Chelsea Council said it is an "open and transparent organisation" which would continue answering Freedom of Information requests
Drugs found in west London home after police discover cocaine, ecstasy and £1m stolen painting at dealer's house
Police searched the family home of Harry Fisher after finding the Sir Stanley Spencer painting, three kilos of cocaine and 15,000 pills at his Kingston flat
Queens Park Rangers FC
Former QPR man Adel Taarabt admits it 'hurt' to return to Loftus Road after spell with AC Milan
The 28-year-old spent half of 2014 on loan at the Italian giants, playing Champions League football before returning to Loftus Road at the end of the season
Brentford 3-3 Sunderland: Rate the players and management as the Bees mount second half comeback
Have your say and rate the Brentford players and management after their 3-3 draw with Sunderland on Saturday
Carbon monoxide poisoning: A third of renters in London have no carbon monoxide alarm despite 50 deaths from poisoning every year
And four in five private renters don't know getting an alarm is their responsibility