E.Mono opens its latest branch in Camden. Photo: SE

What’s the new E.Mono in Camden like?

The famous Kentish Town kebab shop has a smart new sister branch down towards Mornington Crescent

23 Sep 2016

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Bob Yates-Tily and Eliot Salt in Pulling Out.

Review: Pulling Out, Camden People’s Theatre

A powerful and hilarious new play by Lucy Bell gives a voice to young dads, says Clare Hand

22 Sep 2016

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Mid-century vibes at the Nice Green Cafe and Arts Club. Photo: Stephen Emms

MUST DO: free (local) parties. And more fried chicken!

Nice Green Cafe & Arts Club finally opens, Future & Found are celebrating designjunction, and Butchies arrives

21 Sep 2016

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Gatehouse is now a proper food destination (as well as a theatre). Photo: PR

MUST DO: The Gatehouse, Highgate

This cavernous revamped pub is now another reason to climb the big hill up to N6

16 Sep 2016

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The good old days: Queen's Crescent market in 2013

What is Camden Council doing to Queen’s Crescent market?

Reclaim Queen’s Crescent is a group campaigning for the twice-weekly market to thrive again. Val Stevenson explains how to get involved

15 Sep 2016

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The Bowler

Tenner Or Less: The Bowler, Camden Market

Balls, balls – and more balls at this acclaimed food truck

15 Sep 2016

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'I was nicknamed Napoleon by teachers. I liked to be completely in charge back then too it seems.' Photo: Andy Stewart

5 Mins With: Andy Stewart, founder, Man Friday

‘I was nicknamed Napoleon by teachers. I liked to be completely in charge back then too it seems’

14 Sep 2016

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Minced chicken in these plump gyoza

Top 5: takeaway items from Tootoomoo

We roadtest the best Asian tapas from the Highgate branch’s new menu

09 Sep 2016

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Resolutely old-fashioned but with a pleasing terrace. Photo: SE

Jamon Jamon: restaurant review

A mixed experience at this Belsize Park insitution. But at least it’s like being on holiday

09 Sep 2016

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It's like Alma Street but a bit smaller. Photo: Dan Carrier

York Rise – the summer’s last festival gasp?

NW5’s ‘secret’ annual street party is a corker with streetfood, craft beer, live music and surreal happenings all day long

07 Sep 2016

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