North London's Cultural Guide


Camden Giving Week

Why you should support Camden Giving Week

Support this innovative charitable initiative by eating and drinking locally. Oh that’s what you do anyway


Patron’s 3rd Birthday is all set to be quite a party

This weekend the acclaimed Gallic bistro on Fortess celebrates with free vino, food and live music


Woop! Queen’s Crescent set for £1.1million boost

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will give Gospel Oak a huge cash injection as part of his Good Growth Fund


Kentishtowner readers have their say

The results of our recent survey are in. Here’s what you told us


MUST DO: Thraedable pop-up shop and gallery

An ethical clothing store that supports refugees is open off Queen’s Crescent till the end of the month


New creative hub The House is coming to Dartmouth Park

A multi-purpose art gallery, streetfood hub, craft beer bar and workspace is opening in N19 this weekend


Why the grass is greener at The Fields Beneath

Kentish Town West cafe owner Gavin Fernback talks us through his transition to veganism


‘It took a major operation to act as a wake-up call’

Kentish Town-based singing coach Hannah Marie Gatt on how she started out – in her own words


Workshops to empower women at Jacksons Lane

The iconic creative hub in N6 hopes to work wonders with a new grant


If you love printing film then support Darkroom

Photographer Philip Grey is hoping to transform a Camden workshop to teach both basic and advanced techniques

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