Twin Peaks - Chrysta Bell as Special Agent Tamara Preston and Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch as Gordon Cole. Photo courtesy Showtime (1)

The Twin Peaks Festival 2018 is in Camden Square

The London Irish Centre and Camden Square Gardens play host to this year's cult ...

MUST DO: Free gin, a revamped pub – and Ruth Ellis’ bullet

Colonel Fawcett's Gin Day is back. Plus check out Burgh House and the relaunched ...

Canal towpath by London Zoo

Take a ZSL perimeter safari in NW1 – for nada

Yes, it’s well worth supporting the Zoo's valuable conservation efforts. But there’s nothing wrong ...

Crowds at night at Kerb Camden Lates

Kerb Camden Lates is back. Plus Holy Schnit!

Party at NW1's evening streetfood markets all summer. Plus a new poultry pop-up at ...

MUST DO: Parliament Hill Lido’s 80th birthday bash

Our second place to swim outdoors (yup, the Ponds are first) has a very ...

People gather in the bandstand at Palrliament Hill Fields Festival

OMG! It’s Parliament Hill Bandstand’s annual rave-up (and 2 more festivals)

A free party on the Heath after work tomorrow. Plus Peckwater Neighbourhood and Queen's ...

Fete de la Musique

Fete de la Musique is back this weekend – and it’s free

The brilliant street party returns to central Kentish Town on Sunday. And nearby is ...

MUST DO: charity nights at the Monarch and Colonel Fawcett

Phone Credit For Refugees and Oxjam are putting on two very special soirees in ...

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Fete de la Musique

Fete de la Musique is back this weekend – and it’s free

The brilliant street party returns to central Kentish Town on Sunday. And nearby is ...

MUST DO: charity nights at the Monarch and Colonel Fawcett

Phone Credit For Refugees and Oxjam are putting on two very special soirees in ...

Let It Roll record store, Kentish Town

Meet the bloke behind Kentish Town’s new record store

We talk vinyl, trash-metal and TV with Let It Roll's owner, Kieran Smyth

The Unicorn on Camden Road is back open

The landmark pub on now has a lightly refreshed feel and music policy. And ...

A beginner’s guide to… Her, Jazz Cafe

The French band stormed the famous Parkway venue last night. Here's why they matter

MUST DO: Kojey Radical at Jazz Cafe

The spoken word artist is launching a new biannual urban, soul and spoken word ...

Rudimental just played a free gig in Camden

The swift set was part of their lorry-back pop-up tour day around the capital

Wondrous Machine: Camden Music Festival 2018, Royal Albert Hall

It’s the “jewel in Camden’s crown”, an “oasis of brilliance” and a “chance to ...

‘It’s so important to have music as an extracurricular activity’

How Rudimental's Mark Crown went from playing in Rhyl primary school in NW5 to ...

A performer leads the show at Club Swizzle

Club Swizzle, Roundhouse, review: ‘100% feelgood’

It's funny, rude and gasp-inducing at the same time. Just don't try searching for ...

A half-naked girl pointing a gun on stage at Camden Fringe

Camden Fringe returns with over 200 shows in a month

Throughout August performers bring their wonderful and weird productions to venues across the borough

Shakespeare performer concealed by colourful smoke

MUST DO: Queen’s Park bookfest, open-air Shakespeare & Zabludowicz

A weekend literary festival in NW6, outdoor plays in NW1 and filmmaker Ericka Beckman ...

Spend an evening with Alan Bennett

The literary legend stars at a fundraising night for local charity C4WS next week

MUST DO: Watch A Tragic Carmody

The story of an underrated local artist is now on at the Lion & ...

Why the Roundhouse is unique

A new book by Michael Coveney, with photography by Peter Dazeley, tells the story ...

The truth about single Muvvahood

A new part stand-up, part TED talk and part verbatim play looks to unravel ...

A piece of Pam Walker's work

Local Talent Q&A: Pam Walker, painter, 70

Our summer-long showcase of the area's eclectic mix of artists, photographers and makers

An example of Tara Gordon's work

Local Talent Q&A: Tara Gordon, photographer, 57

Our summer-long showcase of the area's eclectic mix of artists, photographers and makers continues

Local artist Alisha Lestrade

Local Talent Q&A: Alisha Lestrade, doll designer, 39

Our summer-long showcase of the area's eclectic mix of artists, photographers and makers continues

Leah Rose Thomason Bromberg

Local Talent Q&A: Leah Rose Thomason Bromberg, oil painter, 32

Our summer-long showcase of the area's eclectic mix of artists, photographers and makers continues

Nici Eberl's shot of Kasabian at Kentish Town Forum

Local Talent Q&A: Nici Eberl, photographer, The Forum

The first in our summer-long showcase of the area's eclectic mix of artists, photographers ...

People gather in the bandstand at Palrliament Hill Fields Festival

OMG! It’s Parliament Hill Bandstand’s annual rave-up (and 2 more festivals)

A free party on the Heath after work tomorrow. Plus Peckwater Neighbourhood and Queen's ...

Shakespeare performer concealed by colourful smoke

MUST DO: Queen’s Park bookfest, open-air Shakespeare & Zabludowicz

A weekend literary festival in NW6, outdoor plays in NW1 and filmmaker Ericka Beckman ...

Fete de la Musique

Fete de la Musique is back this weekend – and it’s free

The brilliant street party returns to central Kentish Town on Sunday. And nearby is ...

I Want To Live

Why you must see I Want to Live at Free Space Gallery

Clare Hand speaks to photographer Daniel Regan about a very personal new exhibition

People sitting at pub table with Kentish Town mural in the background

We would like the Welcome To Kentish Town mural to stay, please

It's only been around two months but we've quickly grown used to its blue-sky ...

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