North London's Cultural Guide

Must Do

Comedy

World’s largest philosophy and music festival at Kenwood

HowTheLightGetsIn brings leading thinkers, politicians, musicians and comedians to a weekend-long bash like no other, set deep in the urban woods on Hampstead Heath

Tank Party Camden Town
Drink

Camden Town Brewery: Tank Party 2018 is back

Head to the recently expanded taproom on Wilkin Mews for their annual two-day boozy bash

Cuban Brothers against a red background
Music

MUST DO: 20 Years of The Cuban Brothers at The Forum

They’re joined by Norman Jay and DJ Yoda for a massive b-day bash this weekend

array of fresh produce at Camden Farmers' Market
Food

Camden Farmers’ Market launches this weekend

Feast on delights galore in NW1 this weekend. And every Saturday thereafter

Camden Watch Company presents Memento Mori: A Camden Mystery
Must Do

Memento Mori: take an underworld trail across shady Camden Town

A killer is on the loose in this immersive murder mystery by Camden Watch Company

The interior of the new event space next to Ruby Violet
Film

Ruby Violet launch a new film club and event space

Fortess Road’s titans of frozen delights have taken over the vacant shop next door

Twin Peaks - Chrysta Bell as Special Agent Tamara Preston and Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch as Gordon Cole. Photo courtesy Showtime (1)
Film

The Twin Peaks Festival 2018 is in Camden Square

The London Irish Centre and Camden Square Gardens play host to this year’s cult telly fan-fest

Drink

MUST DO: Free gin, a revamped pub – and Ruth Ellis’ bullet

Colonel Fawcett’s Gin Day is back. Plus check out Burgh House and the relaunched Hero of Maida

Crowds at night at Kerb Camden Lates
Food

Kerb Camden Lates is back. Plus Holy Schnit!

Party at NW1’s evening streetfood markets all summer. Plus a new poultry pop-up at the Rose & Crown

Community

How to stay healthy – without spending a single penny

January may have been and gone, but it’s not too late to make subtle changes to how you live – and reap the benefits, says local nutritional therapist Taru Towers

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