Camden Town, like the rest of the world, is a very different place right now. Although, for the first time ever, this list contains only things to do from indoors, there are interesting and fun things to do.
All of Camden’s shops have closed their physical doors, but a lot of them are still selling online. From gifts to jewellery, vegan food to cheese, their delivery vans are keeping busy. Read the article HERE to see who’s selling online.
The libraries within the Borough of Camden are offering residents free digital books and articles. If you don’t have a library card yet, it’s free to register.
We’ve compiled the best liver performance videos by Amy Winehouse, what a great way to appreciate the singer while you’ve got some extra spare time on your hands.
It was Camden Market’s birthday at the end of March. In 1974 there were a mere 16 stalls on its first day. Raise a glass to the magnificent Camden Markets.
Colleges and universities are already set up with online lessons. Some offer free courses, so there are thousands available. The Open University is offering useful courses, take a look.
It’s strange times out there, and it’s easy to take for granted how lucky we are that we live in London. Sure, you can’t see anyone or go to the pub, but London is a pretty good place to be right now.
Not in person, of course. They’ve got a very impressive Virtual Tour of the British Museum that’s free to access. An excellent way to spend your time, while getting educated on arts and culture.
Support local musicians
Sadly, all the music venues have had to close. This means that musicians who rely on live performances for their income are in a trick situation. Bandcamp did something cool recently, and you can look up your favourite Camden bands on Spotify or other streaming services and play their songs. On repeat.
The panic buying has slowed down, but people are (for some reason) still buying tons of toilet paper. Click on the heading above to see where you can buy your emergency supplies.
The most important of them all. Now is not the time to take risks. Camden Town will reopen, the markets will trade again, the pubs will be serving the coldest beers you’ll ever have tasted. For now, stay indoors.
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