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Berkoff’s shivering history

Steven Berkoff may have missed out on his Barmitzvah, but his new play shows he’s a Jew through and through, writes Gerald Isaaman

STEVEN Berkoff, the iconoclastic actor, playwright and director, never went to his father’s Shiva, the traditional seven-day period of mourning by... > more

Compelling look at horrors of war
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A victory for the Divine songwriter

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X marks the spot
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Coleman's Competition

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‘Brutal nature has developed in area’ says priest

THE Archbishop of Canterbury heard a cry for help on Monday morning as priests warned that Anti-Social Behaviour Orders and CCTV has failed to improve Camden Town.. > more

Radical agenda as Cons and Lib Dems agree pact - LIBERAL Democrat and Conservative councillors last night (Wednesday) unveiled a radical... > more

Youngsters reveal knife and gang culture is rife - TEENAGERS have revealed that knife culture is endemic among them. > more

Under-threat Hampstead Police Station stays open - RESIDENTS in Hamsptead celebrated this week at the news their under-threat police station will not... > more

A-list versus B-list in battle of the celebrity-haunt pub - FILM star Helena Bonham Carter is fighting to stop a pub close to her Belsize Park home – which is... > more

Cops in hunt for top estate agent - DETECTIVES are searching for a high-flying Hampstead estate agent accused of swindling a mentally-ill client out of cash... > more

Torquil’s dream realised at last - BUILDERS and stage crew at the Roundhouse are putting the final touches to the former railway shed this week as they look... > more

Concert cut ‘could spell the end of Kenwood’ - AXING two concerts from Kenwood will mean the end of the season forever – and the introduction of charges... > more

Charity project in high rent row - A FLAGSHIP community centre opened by Prince Charles six years ago after receiving millions of pounds of lottery cash... > more

Sister’s fear over hospital admission - THE sister of a care worker who died in hospital after being sectioned under the Mental Health Act has said her sibling... > more

Festival ‘the best so far’ - THE most popular Hampstead and Highgate Festival yet has brought bumper box office takings, according to organisers. > more

Artist in Iran talks - AN artist from Kentish Town on a peace trip to Iran had a two-hour meeting with the country’s vice-president on Thursday. > more

Landmark court bid to halt luxury Heath home - THE Heath and Hampstead Society is awaiting leave from the High Court to seek judicial review to halt the... > more

School’s year wait for police officer - THE secondary school shocked by a fight outside its gates involving 40 youths has been advertising for a police officer for... > more

Son finds parents dead - THE son of a West Hampstead GP found his father dead 13 days after discovering the body of his mother at home, an inquest has heard. > more

Blair ‘to keep eye’ on language unit - PRIME Minister Tony Blair told Parliament yesterday (Wednesday) he is keeping a close eye on the Royal Free... > more

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