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Why you should support Think & Do on Kentish Town Road

Co-founder Debbie Bourne or an essential seasonal pop-up that involves zero commercial nonsense whatsoever this Xmas

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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

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The Sandersons: Live gigs in an NW5 living room

Throwing gigs for 50 people in your own living room might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s proved a hit for one local

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A Kentish Town cinema has secretly been built

Swish new screen with seating for over 100 in NW5 – who knew? There’s no box office, but here’s how you can get in

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School kids have reimagined the Camden Highline

Exhibition, workshops and guided tours of the proposed route taking place all this weekend

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Alma Street Fair 2019: local festival season is here

There’s also Highgate’s Fair in the Square and South End Green’s annual bash this month

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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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MUST DO: Jews, Money, Myth at Jewish Museum, Camden

A major new exhibition explores the role of money in Jewish life over the last two thousand years

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‘I Am Queen’s Crescent’ to kickstart £1.1million reboot

We really hope this money can help to revive one of NW5’s most diverse thoroughfares

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Flapjacks Cafe is moving to Greenwood Place

It’s the red corner cafe that’s been a Kentish Town Road stalwart for two decades

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