North London's Cultural Guide

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Fly With Me: Afghan kite-flying festival comes to Parliament Hill

This unique international event marks one year since the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban

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Kentish Town Baths: the star of a new exhibition at Burgh House

Tufnell Park artist Liz Mathews creates architectural portraits of London’s small historic buildings

Half Cut Market
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Half Cut Market’s dine-in menu, Grain’s sustainable furniture sale and more

New small plates gaff launches, Free Space Gallery’s new show and a Kentish Town sample sale

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Last chance: UK’s first indoor graffiti shutter exhibition

Featuring the works from 25 of London’s most respected graffiti writers, this Camden show illustrates the history of UK graffiti culture

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Shutters: don't miss the UK's first indoor graffiti shutter exhibition

This Camden show features the works from 25 of London’s most respected graffiti writers

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Minerva Makers Market: Bartholomew Road's artisan shopping weekend

Buy direct or commission pieces from a host of local artists and makers in the heart of Kentish Town

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3 to see: The Fields N7, all-new Camden People’s Theatre & Zabludowicz

Tufnell Park’s new green-grocers, NW1’s revamped playhouse and three exhibitions in one on Prince Of Wales Road

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Zodiac – a new LGBTQ bar for NW1. Plus Zabludowicz and Bread By Bike

NW1 finally gets another LGBTQ venue, plus a new Brecknock Road addition, and more provocative NW5 art

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Mark Waddell: the street sign poet on how Kentish Town inspires him

The NW5 poet and performer renowned for his street signs, free poem-takeaways and live poems has a new book out

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