In the new print issue, out today, we’ve done our best to curate a big old round-up for the coming season.
There are pop-ups, one-offs and exhibitions a-plenty, but leading the way is the must-see autumn show from London-based artist Haroon Mirza (see cover image, above) at contemporary art space Zabludowicz Collection, which celebrates ten years on Prince of Wales Road this month too.
We also uncover a load of other diverse things to do, from annual litfest Archway With Words to a spoken word season at the Roundhouse and even a one-off global reading of Orwell’s 1984 – which actually takes place in a house in Kentish Town.
And there’s naturally a roll call of new restaurants, pubs and local hangouts, from a Palestinian café on Fortess Road to a handy BYO Thai on Fleet Road. Not to mention Ceremony, the season’s big arrival: read our verdict inside.
Elsewhere travel writer Paul Gogarty talks us through some of his adventures, we speak to the hardworking foundation fighting for Camden’s legendary Black Cap to remain an LGBT venue, and pick up handy singing tips from a local professional.
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