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16:44, 17 JAN 2014
Film Review: 12 Years a Slave is cinema at its most severe
Steve McQueen’s harrowing portrayal of slavery in America’s Deep South is a fiercely frank, aesthetically astounding piece of work, writes Tim Cooke .
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, at Hackney Picturehouse
The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug may well be the darkest chapter in the Lord of the Rings saga, writes reviewer Tim Cooke
Raising a laugh is elementary for Joe Pasquale
JOE Pasquale has been in showbusiness for more than 25 years, but he remains a box office draw.
Transformed for the Bard
DIRECTOR Charlie Ward is returning for a second year at the helm of a historic Harrow tradition.
Raise money for Hammersmith cancer charity on amazing capital night walk
Walkers have a unique opportunity to explore some of London’s most incredible buildings while raising money for people affected by cancer.
Author brings to life a new Sherlock Holmes adventure
SHERLOCK Holmes is back and this time it's not Robert Downey Jr cavorting across our screens or Benedict Cumberbatch's modern take of the famous detective.
Sherlock star launches night hike for Hammersmith cancer care centre
Super sleuth Benedict Cumberpatch will be on the trail of some intriguing architecture later this month when he launches a night hike through the city in support of a Hammersmith cancer caring centre.
Police hunt missing burglary suspect
POLICE in Hammersmith & Fulham are hunting a man in connection with a burglary in the borough.
Youth football: Whistlers keep fighting
ACTON Ealing Whistlers U18s fought back three times to earn a 3-3 draw against Kensington Dragons, in a match during which Ethain Dury suffered a suspected broken arm.
Youth Football: Stacey fires four
ACTON Ealing Whistlers U11s won 13-2 in their County Cup game against Ruislip Town B with Louis Stacey notching four of the goals.