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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Who was Tarzan of Kentish Town?

The fascinating tale of a Somali nomad who sought asylum in NW5 before returning to Mogadishu as its new mayor

16 Nov 2016

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The amazing potted history of the Roundhouse at 50

As it reaches its half century, Martin Plaut and Andrew Whitehead on how it all began – and why one woman once drove a cadillac into the auditorium

11 Oct 2016

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George Orwell woz ‘ere

Why doesn’t Kentish Town commemorate the great writer more? Where’s the eponymous pub, for example?

30 Aug 2016

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When American literature came to Grove Terrace

Dr Katie McGettigan peers into Kentish Town’s Victorian literary past

02 Aug 2016

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Jeffreys Street is 200 years old this week

This weekend sees a bicentenary celebration of one handsome Kentish Town street

28 Jun 2016

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How I painted the famous Camden Lock railway bridge

Artist John Bulley explains how in the 1980s he was asked to tart up the rusty old bridge at the entrance to Camden Market

29 Apr 2016

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The mucky history of dog poo (and why we pick it up at all)

Did you know that the law only goes back to the 1990s in the UK? But it all started in New York two decades earlier…

16 Mar 2016

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13 brilliant old pictures of Kentish Town

A popular Facebook group is a fascinating resource of memories, anecdotes and pictures from a forgotten era

22 Feb 2016

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5 lost Kentish Town pubs

How many of these do you remember?

25 Jan 2016

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