Woohoo for June! The hot weather is on its way, so that’s an excuse to drink cocktails and chill out in the sun, right? Here are 10 ways you can do just that in Camden Town.
  1. A new opening

Solomon’s Yard is set to reopen with even more on offer. Saturday 22nd June sees all sorts of fun activities. Turn up in your 1920’s attire to be a part of the action.

Solomons Yard

  1. Roof Terrace and Cocktails

The newly opened Near & Far has a sensational cocktail menu, a big roof terrace to enjoy the sunshine, and a Mexican street food menu. Brunch, lunch, or a romantic dinner, this is the new place to be seen.

near and far outside

  1. Become Rocketman

The pianos at St Pancras station are there to be played. Elton John donated one of them and even and has performed there, so get your piano playing skills to the station and become a star.

rocketman

  1. Check out the most ‘Game of Thrones’ areas in Camden

Gothic, unique, dark, entertaining. Not that GOT has some to an end, there are places in Camden that are just as curious. Check out the article to see where you should be visiting.

game of thrones header

  1. Family Day

June 22nd is the day to enjoy The Family Day, which is free and suitable for children of all ages. The British Museum are involved so it’s bound to be excellent.

  1. Collectif summer party

Celebrate the beginning of the Summer Collection, the upcoming launch of the new menswear line and everything you love about Camden Town’s Collectif at their Summer Party.

collectif front

  1. The Face magazines cover exhibition

The covers on display in Lewis Cubitt Square, Kings Cross, show the influential movement of pop culture. See how many of the faces you recognise.

The face kings cross

  1. Horace Andy at Jazz Cafe

The incredible Horace Andy will hit the stage at Jazz Cafe on Sunday 23rd June. You might recognise him as a voice of Massive Attack or his own dub / reggae sounds.

  1. Symbolist Prints

An exhibition at The British Museum: artists made prints as part of their artistic practice and contributed to the plethora of illustrated journals and magazines that began to appear in the latter part of the 19th century, enabling their work to reach a wider audience.

symbolist prints

  1. Drummond Street

We’ve talked about it so many times, but that’s because it’s so full of character! Drummond Street has incredible restaurants, shops, and pubs. Definitely a must-do in June.

Ravi Shankar Drummond Street
Ravi Shankar vegetarian restaurant on Drummond Street

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