North London's Cultural Guide

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Hampstead Heath…as you’ve never seen it

In a new book, Unseen London, photographers reveal the capital in a fresh light. Here Andy Sewell talks to author Rachel Segal Hamilton about his evocative shots

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Why it took one local man 12 years to write a novel

Musician, art curator and author Tot Taylor has just published his debut 960-page epic. We meet him

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A late-night Gift Galleria is at Flaxon Ptootch

Visit a one-off market as ‘artists, makers and collective tree-shakers’ gather at Kentish Town’s famous gallery-cum-salon

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MUST DO: Kami, Le Bao, Frieze

Kentish Town’s tiny Japanese restaurant has gone posh. And the Rose & Crown has bagged a very hot pop-up

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If you love printing film then support Darkroom

Photographer Philip Grey is hoping to transform a Camden workshop to teach both basic and advanced techniques

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It’s the 10-year anniversary show at Zabludowicz Collection

And prepare to be mesmerised by artist Haroon Mirza at the Kentish Town contemporary art gallery

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Look at these charcoal drawings of local tube stations

Kentish Town, Tufnell Park, Chalk Farm and Camden are just four of the 270 stations being drawn by one north Lononder

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Catch DRAF’s last ever show before it closes forever

The cavernous gallery space in Camden is being sold in October

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How one couple transformed Rochester Square

Or rather, the trials of creating a viable artistic space for all the community in the heart of Camden

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Typewriter artist Keira Rathbone sets up shop on Fortess Road

A uniquely talented artist is collaborating on a pop-up with artisan jeweller Jessica de Lotz. We meet her

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