North London Food & Culture



Two cultural winter highlights: La Maupin and LuYang

A celebration of ‘queer historical badass’ at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre, plus another must-see at Zabludowicz


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


My Boy Danny: the acclaimed play tackling LGBTQ hate crime

Written and directed by Alfie James, don’t miss this production coming to Kentish Town’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre


3 for August: Street Party, Camden Fringe & Gin Day

A trio of outdoor festie, cultural tour de force and boozy fun to be had across NW1, NW5, N7 and beyond

Eating & Drinking

Six Things We Learnt This Week

From the latest pop-ups to podcasts to streateries to catch before the autumn hits


Life And Death Of A Journalist: a play born in Kentish Town’s boozers

Inspired by Hong Kong reporters – and NW5 – a new play by Jingan Young premieres at Vault Festival in February


Clean Break: four decades of women-only theatre

The pioneering Kentish Town charity celebrates with a series of events highlighting their work as a positive force for change in prisons, and out in the community


Camden Roars…for just three weeks

The local arts festival for by and about the area is on at Camden People’s Theatre


MUST DO: Night of the Living Dead Live!

The pioneering horror movie gets its first ever official stage adaptation

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