North London's Cultural Guide



Wondrous Machine: Camden Music Festival 2018, Royal Albert Hall

It’s the “jewel in Camden’s crown”, an “oasis of brilliance” and a “chance to show everybody what we’ve got”. We hear from those at last night’s huge all-schools gig


Come back to Camden! It’s the Morrissey pop-up shop

Want to see people and want to see life? This weekend you can fill your boots with the star’s merch old and new


Gender anarchists take to the stage – for three weeks!

This month Camden People’s Theatre will be ruffling the tail feathers of “heteronormative” society…


The Black Cap: finally set to reopen as an LGBT+ venue?

Black Cap foundation’s Alex Green explains to us the slow progress that’s been made this year


5 Minutes With… Anneke Elwes, founder of Host Nation

The new charity offering refugees and Londoners the opportunity to make friends


Why we all miss Jack the greengrocer on Queen’s Crescent

He had been there half a century. And one day disappeared without trace


Public Speaking: Michelle Le Goff, Ginger & Parsley

The Kentish Town chef on her food business, how Chinese women express love – and why she never tires of living locally


Queer and Unstable? Come on up to Her Upstairs

A final comment on the election has to come from Kentish Town Road’s ace LGBT bar


2 Minutes With: Henrietta Morrison, Lily’s Kitchen founder

She’s the brains behind the Kentish Town-based organic pet food brand


Kentish Town City Farm is (always) a winner

The UK’s oldest City Farm has scooped a prize to give its buildings a makeover

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