North London's Cultural Guide



Black History Month: 5 Highlights in Camden

Black History Season 2020 takes place both virtually and in physical spaces across the capital

Canal towpath by London Zoo

Take a ZSL perimeter safari in NW1 – for nada

Yes, it’s well worth supporting the Zoo’s valuable conservation efforts. But there’s nothing wrong with a free circuit around its fence, right?


Camden’s statues, monuments and place names to be examined

As part of the Black Lives Matter protests, cross-party group to review existing naming of buildings, streets, public spaces and memorials


Help Kentish Town City Farm reach their Covid-19 target of £40k

An open letter from Angela Woods on how to support the oldest city farm in the UK continue its good work


The world’s first Vagina Museum opens in Camden Market

The museum is inclusive and open to people of all ages, genders and sexual orientations, say the founders


Wac Arts celebrates turning 40 with a festival weekender

Scissor Sisters’ Ana Matronic is one of the highlights at the LGBTQ-focused three-dayer this month


Why every pub should support Ask For Clive

Phill Hoddinott on an initiative that encourages bar staff to take action if LGBTQ customers are experiencing abuse


Outsider Pride is at Castlehaven Community Park

A safe, sober event for LGBTQ homeless people and their supporters takes place in Camden this weekend


Love it or hate it – now you can eat Brexit

Meet Kentish Town’s young Brexit Chocolate Bar entrepreneurs


Support Kentish Town City Farm this May Bank Holiday

Massive cuts mean staff are faced with losing their jobs, as well as services being cut. So make sure you attend its May Day festival

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