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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Gay and born that way: does it matter?

A local author has spent six years researching her important new book

28 Oct 2015

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The story of burlesque at the Black Cap

In an exclusive extract from a new book, Curious Camden Town, authors Martin Plaut and Andrew Whitehead look at the legacy of the seminal gay bar

30 Sep 2015

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The Black Cap reborn? New LGBT bar opening in Camden Town

The loss of the legendary pub and cabaret venue hit London hard. But now for some good news

29 Jun 2015

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MUST DO: Pride London 2015

London’s biggest annual one-day festival takes place this weekend. Here’s what’s on in Camden – and beyond

25 Jun 2015

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The Black Cap closed. Why?

Another pub owned by Faucet Inn has closed its doors. And this one’s a particularly sad loss to London’s gay community

13 Apr 2015

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MUST DO: this weekend

Go GayW3, chew on perhaps the best bagels in town, and immerse yourself in cabaret in a former furniture factory

19 Feb 2015

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Do Pride 2014 – north London style

The annual LGBT parade, festival and parties all hit the capital this weekend. Here’s our pick of events in the area

26 Jun 2014

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Ich Bin Kentishtowner: Katy Tayor, 32, owner, Bunny Little’s Bakery

‘I feel very proud to be a successful married gay woman kickin’ ass’

27 May 2014

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We did it! Local boys Sean and Sinclair celebrate being the UK’s first same-sex marriage

History was made at the weekend. But did you know they were a couple from Kentish Town?

31 Mar 2014

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