The Cheese Bar arrives in Camden – with a sandwich amnesty

The capital’s first cheese restaurant opens next month. And you can try it by upgrading your shop-bought ham and tomato

24 Feb 2017

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Ikura, Haverstock Hill: restaurant review

A Steeles Village staple that’s too easy to walk straight past. But is it worth stopping?

24 Feb 2017

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Brutal Camden

A new photographic book by Simon Phipps presents a look at a side of London architecture which has been ignored for too long

23 Feb 2017

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Bowery Bakery & Simmons join Camden’s late night scene

You can now grab NYC-style bagels after dark, or swerve into a brand new cocktail hangout situated – handily – right by the tube

22 Feb 2017

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Last chance to catch these two local shows

Catch these artists at Zabludowicz Gallery and Camden Peoples Theatre – but you’ll need to be quick

21 Feb 2017

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Top 5: Tips on erotic writing

A two-day conference in Camden next month offers budding authors how to do a Fifty Shades

20 Feb 2017

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Signature Dish: Wild venison, Bull & Last

In the first of a new series, Nick Offer takes a look at a classic local must-try

17 Feb 2017

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MUST DO: learn about gin, cookery & virtual reality

Three intriguing local masterclasses to try, from the traditional to the futuristic

16 Feb 2017

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Celebrate 50 years of electronic music in Camden

This month sees the start of a series of club nights at the Lockside, hosted by north London DJ and Noise of Art founder, Ben Osborne

16 Feb 2017

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Meet the four young stars of Spit & Polish

We get the lowdown on the new monthly spoken word night at Kentish Town’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre

15 Feb 2017

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