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- 1 Drunk and off-duty Met officer sentenced after assaulting man
- 2 Willesden Green residents oppose mosque's housing block application
- 3 Former Brent school boy Tom Dean beats Covid to win Gold at the Tokyo Olympics
- 4 Tokyo Olympics: Brondesbury Park pupils wish swimmer Tom Dean luck
- 5 View from the chamber - 'The recycling centre is just inside the new ULEZ boundary'
- 6 Kilburn grandmother hears 'terrific bang' as bathroom ceiling collapses
- 7 Wembley Football League supported by Raheem Sterling sees drama on finals day
- 8 Brent gang members convicted of shooting a man in Enfield
- 9 Residents anger as fourth gambling casino approved in Willesden street
- 10 Traffic disruptions in Brent from July 26 to August 1
Family Events Brent Museum
Willesden Green Library Centre
020 8937 3600
Tuesday June 1, 2-4pm
Use different drawing techniques to create a 3D street scene
Booking is essential - 020 8937 3600
A History of the World....in Brent!
Wednesday 2 to Sunday June 6.
Take part in our special family 'Relic' trail, where you can discover the unique objects that Brent Museum has included in 'A History of the World'.
The trail sheets will be available from the leaflet rack outside Brent Museum. Once you have completed all five steps don't forget to pick up a certificate.
Wednesday 2 to Friday 4 June 10am-12noon everyday
The Three Little Pigs.
Explore storytelling, collage and model-making inspired by fairytales and nursery.
Explore the unique shapes and materials of Trobridge's designs and make your own wacky houses.
020 8782 5500
Thursday 27 May 2010, 7.30pm
Pendulum (pictured below)
Friday May 28, 2010, 6pm
Saturday May 29 2010, 7pm
Oraclez - the Gospel Festival
Monday May, 31, 3.30pm
34 Kilburn High Road
020 7625 7500
Weekly party at the smart west London bar is always packed with a local crowd and sports and impressive cocktail list.
Music includes indie mash-ups, hip-hop, electro and dance classics.
Saturday 8pm-3am, May 29
�5 on door (�3 before 10pm)
The Westbury Quiz, is a weekly general pub quiz with cash prizes to be won, entry is �2. Wednesday, 8pm, June 9.
Louisiana Red and Michael Messer
�15 - advanced tickets only
Folk, blues and world music
The Good Ship Comedy Club
The Good Ship
289 Kilburn High Road
07949 008 253
020 7372 2544
Comics including Tony Law (headliner), Mike Manera, Diane Morgan and John Kearns
Monday 8.30pm (doors 6pm), Monday May 31
125 Kilburn High Road
020 7328 1000
Julian Birkett directs the latest offering from award-winning playwright Charlotte Ellenberg.
A psychoanalyst's life falls apart with the arrival of a new patient.
Showing until Saturday June 12
�15 concessions �12).
Tuesday-Saturday 7.30pm, Sat-Sun matinee's 4pm
269 Kilburn High Road
London NW6 7JR
020 7328 1000
This fun re-working of Shakespeare's wittiest play comes with an endorsement of some of the London's toughest theatre critics, with the press calling it a "great introduction to Shakespeare."
Running until the end of May in association with the RSC, the production aims to be one of the most accessible productions in recent years.
Early Bird tickets available from �16.
In association with the RSC.