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Gallery Watch: Leighton Space, Liminal & Guts For Garters

Another week, another gallery or three. But it’s nice to see this one opening outside the West Kentish Town ghetto and in the previously artistically-untapped …

Community

Smile?

No feature today as the Kentishtowner chien was brutally attacked (not in the manor thank god) by rottweilers a few days ago. After open heart …

Art

‘The Value Of Things’: starts Saturday

A few weeks ago artist Claire Hind asked us to mention The Value Of Things, her new pop-up exhibition at the Parlour Gallery on Queen’s …

Art

A shout out to local artists…

Artist Claire Elizabeth Hind emailed us yesterday asking if we could put a call out to any local artists who might be interested in exhibiting …

Community

Oink: Kentish Town City Farm

If you’ve never been – and I bet that’s a few of you – you’ll be surprised how nice it is: sheep grazing in a …

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Why move Peter Stevens’ bench?

A few years ago I used to write a blog and Time Out column on the stories behind London’s memorial benches. Of the dozens covered, …

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It’s a new year still, isn’t it?

It’s nice, at the start of the year, feeling that you can do anything. And weirdly the recent slew of celebrity deaths – Postlethwaite, Karn, …

Food

And now for some good news

Architecture fans rejoice. It was announced last week that the iconic 1920’s former Northwest London Polytechnic building, on the corner of Kentish Town and Prince …

Art

The Kentishtowner’s Top 10 of 2010

It’s the last entry of the year so, wrapping up our first season here at the KT, we’re pleased to unveil our inaugural Kentishtowner Top …

Art

Check into the Institute Of Kentish Town

A brief second entry today to plug this excellently-named 5 day pop-up exhibition at the Parlour Gallery, Queen’s Crescent. Its mission? To “gather information through …

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