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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Smut Slam enters Kentish Town

There’ll be nothing saucier in the neighbourhood next week than this American import, promises founder Cameryn Moore

05 Jan 2017

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We were locked in a room beneath South Kentish Town ghost station

Brendan Hodrien and pals try Mission Breakout, the new ‘team-building’ game deep in the bowels of the old tube

10 Nov 2016

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Her Upstairs has opened on Kentish Town Road

A new drag and queer bar has opened in a tucked-away spot. Just make sure you bloody well support it

07 Oct 2016

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Revealed: exciting plans for Camden’s Jazz Cafe

We speak to Columbo Group head honcho Steve Ball about what to expect with this month’s relaunch

05 May 2016

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The Black Cap closure – one year on how you can help

Twelve months ago one of London’s most famous gay venues closed. But the fight’s far from over, says Ben Walters

21 Mar 2016

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Video: check out this dancing dude on Queen’s Crescent Market

Exclusive! Man with moves spotted outside Dylan’s bakery

03 Aug 2015

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MUST DO: Camden Lock Live

This year’s all-day free bash is way bigger than ever before, with two live music stages, a gin garden, plus comedy and spoken word line-ups

08 Jul 2015

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MUST DO: late April

From rampaging dinosaurs to free beer, five excellent things to consider over the next seven days

23 Apr 2015

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How I wrote Score, a musical comedy about mums facing child removal

Award-winning playwright Lucy Bell on the story behind her hit tale that kicks off at Camden People’s Theatre tonight

15 Apr 2015

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