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The Tricycle Theatre re-opens in September with a brand new name and an “ambitious” adaptation of Zadie Smith’s Willesden-set novel White Teeth.

February marked another whirlwind month for Brent. Prince Harry followed in the footsteps of the Duchess of Cambridge in visiting the borough and earlier this week, the council budget for 2018/19 was agreed.

Though it’s early days in 2018, January proved to be a busy month.

Crowds came out to meet the Duchess of Cambridge who is visiting youngsters at a primary school in Kingsbury to launch a mental health website.

A 14-year-old’s thought-provoking talk on discrimination was the pick of the bunch at a borough-wide public speaking event at Queen’s Park Community School on Friday.

British Vogue’s former editor who lives in Queen’s Park has received recognition for her services to fashion for the second time.

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