North London Food & Culture



LGBTQ History Month 2024: our 5 highlights in Camden

Our selection from the dozens of diverse events which run throughout February


Santa’s Wife’s Grotto: York Way’s art installation of ‘feminist joy’

New art collective Sisterland has just launched an alternative festive project in an ex-barber shop


4 Things We Learnt This Week: tube closure, Eurovision, queer comedy – and murals

Kentish Town’s star Mae Muller, plus new Queer Comedy Club and Fields Beneath mural

Let It Roll

Let It Roll Records closes. Plus Lion & Unicorn and LGBTQ History Month

Kentish Town’s only vinyl store has a final sale, plus new theatre, queer walks and more


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


Queer Jubilee: Drag at Zabludowicz, Queer Britain and Mighty Hoopla

Don’t fancy Jubilee street parties and pubs pushing Pimm’s? Three alternative ways to spend the weekend


LGBTQ History Month 2022: top 10 Camden & Islington highlights

Unmissable events taking place across North London, from a queer British Museum trail to lesbian cabaret


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


Camden & Islington LGBTQ History Month 2021 is here

Give yourself a Netflix holiday with more than 30 online cultural events, from book clubs to heritage trails


12 local reasons to be cheerful

Forget boarded-up shops, rain and Covid with these new openings, relaunches, discounts and more

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