Where to find your FREE June issue of Kentishtowner


This issue, we’re celebrating CC14 (Camden Crawl), the essential music and arts festival on our doorstep. But it’s also chocka with the usual features, reviews and interviews too.



Issue 13, out on Friday the 13th. Meh, who needs luck anyway?
Issue 13, out on Friday the 13th. Meh, who needs luck anyway?
For this month’s print edition, we’ve chosen to celebrate the world-class festival taking place next weekend (20-21st) right on our doorstep – CC14, otherwise known as Camden Crawl.

We’ve spoken to some of the biggest headline artists and hottest rising stars, dug out amazing facts and figures about the event, and compiled a list of the area’s essential streetfood to gorge on between gigs.

With the event also taking over K-Town’s Prince of Wales Road this year, including an outdoor stage at Camden Town Brewery Bar, comedy fringe events at The Grafton and acoustic sets at The Abbey, there’s going to be something for every fun-loving Kentishtowner to get stuck into. (There’s also a last chance for readers to get a whopping 50% off CC14 tickets too, using the cheeky code printed on page 5.)

But it’s not all Crawl. Elsewhere in the issue we visit Tufnell Park tapas bar Del Parc, battle with the yummy mummies for space at Upper Holloway’s all-day hangout The Spoke, and take a musical tour of north London via song lyrics. There’s also our usual Top 10 hottest (non-Crawl) things to do this month, and a profile of a very worthwhile art show hitting Camden and Kentish Town.


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Not sure where to pick up a copy? Our Top 5 biggest stockists in Camden and Kentish Town are The Grafton, 20 Prince of Wales Road, Tower 47, Chalk Farm Road, The Fields Beneath cafe(next to Kentish Town West Overground station), Phoenicia Food Hall on KT Road and the Southampton Arms on Highgate Road (click on the buttons below for a map).

You’ll also find extra copies at all 25 main CC14 event venues, plus this usual list of bars, shops and pubs across NW1 and NW5:

Shops, Libraries & Galleries

Eenymeeny Future & Found Soho Hip Phoenicia Harry’s Fine Foods Owl Bookshop Flaxon Ptootch Zabludowicz Collection Kentish Town Library DRAF Queen’s Crescent Library

Cafes & Restaurants

Dirty Burger Ruby Violet Pizza East Guanabana The Fields Beneath Arancini Brothers Mario’s Cafe The Wine Cellar Doppio Cafe Cafe Rustique Housepresso Truffles Deli Delicious By Franco Kentish Canteen E.Mono Map Cafe Leyas

Pubs

The Grafton Southampton Arms Colonel Fawcett Tufnell Park Tavern Junction Tavern Bull & Last The Star Dartmouth Arms The Vine The Pineapple The Oxford Lion & Unicorn Abbey Tavern Camden Brewery Tapping The Admiral Lord Stanley The Torriano
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Live a little further away?

Caledonian Road/King’s Cross: Shillibeer’s/Pleasance Theatre, North Road N7
Tufnell Park/Holloway Rd: Bunny Little’s Bakery, Campdale Road N7
Holloway/Archway: Spoke on Holloway Road, N7 (nearest station Upper Holloway)
Highgate: The Wag Club on Swain’s Lane, N6
Hampstead: The Stag, Fleet Road, NW3


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