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Yesterday, 15:00

I often plan the radio show while sat in a coffee shop. In fact, in the past I have made a feature out of the things I #haveOverheardInARomfordCoffeeShop as Twitter makes me say it.

Yesterday, 12:00

A macabre tale of murder fronted by a barber who uses his snipping skills to deadly effect may not sound like your usual night at the theatre, but it’s music to the ears of a talented theatrical group looking to bring audiences something just a bit different.

Yesterday, 10:00

Local businesses face huge rises in their business rates from April.

Fri, 18:00

With World Book Day fast approaching, test your knowledge of some of the globe’s most beloved children’s books.

Fri, 17:13

Almost a quarter of girls and 35 per cent of boys in Redbridge are underdeveloped by the age of five, according to the latest government figures.

Fri, 17:00

A British rapper will run a series of school music workshops as a way of showing gratitude for the help he received from mentors.

Fri, 14:17

A full “gold standard” consultation on potential changes to parking in Wanstead will be launched next month, the council has revealed.

Fri, 11:49

A budget that will see Redbridge Council save £30.3million in “transformations” by 2022 was branded “fiscal incontinence” by the opposition last night.

Fri, 08:12

A man has been arrested after a “large fight” broke out, outside Redbridge Central Library last night.

Sport

Hammers striker MichaIl Antonio gets two yellow cards and will miss Chelsea clash

Yesterday, 18:39

Brisbane Road boss conceded the 1-0 defeat felt gut-wrenching, but the east Londoners are still only three points from safety

Sky Bet League Two: Leyton Orient 0 Cheltenham Town 1

Yesterday, 13:00

After beating Thurrock 27-19 last weekend, the New Wilderness out don’t play again until March 4

Yesterday, 13:00

UFC brawler met fellow Croat and Hammers boss Slaven Bilic

Yesterday, 12:00

Essex Senior League: Barkingside 5 (Laird 32, 80, Ademilyu 62, With 76, Heather 90) Clapton 2 (Knight 42, 57)

Yesterday, 11:00

Herons without a game until March 4 after beating London Three North East title rivals Harlow last weekend

Yesterday, 10:00

Tom Parkes set to miss pivotal clash against the Robins due to hip bruising

We look at the players who have graced West Ham and Watford and assess the best. Do you agree?

Entertainment

Yesterday, 12:00

A macabre tale of murder fronted by a barber who uses his snipping skills to deadly effect may not sound like your usual night at the theatre, but it’s music to the ears of a talented theatrical group looking to bring audiences something just a bit different.

Fri, 18:00

With World Book Day fast approaching, test your knowledge of some of the globe’s most beloved children’s books.

Fri, 17:00

A British rapper will run a series of school music workshops as a way of showing gratitude for the help he received from mentors.

Wed, 14:31

My nieces and I stood in total disbelief when my mum said she was not making Sunday dinner.

Tue, 10:00

As themes for a play go, the global implications of the growth of India’s surrogacy industry is pretty out there.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

It maybe small in stature but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in creative talent. Ellena Cruse spoke to Tight Modern staff about showcasing artists who have overcome barriers.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Gentrification is one of the biggest talking points across the capital, and this new play explores the role social media plays.

Friday, February 17, 2017

A self-professed Redbridge “old boy” who became a successful author, is excited to return to his home town for a special book signing this weekend.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

After her mother was diagnosed with cancer, Rachael Featherstone quit her job to spend time with her and started writing. She tells Ellena Cruse about her debut novel and the death of her mum.

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