Can you believe that it’s already August? You know what they say – time flies when you’re having fun. Here are 10 ways you can enjoy the month in Camden Town.
1. Food at Drummond Street

Drummond Street is London’s most historic and famous street for food – in particular Indian and Bangladeshi food. Try some delicious flavours at the Indian vegetarian restaurant Diwana Bhel Poori House or a tasty lunch time buffet from Ravi Shankar.

Drummond Street Food

2. Camden Cinema Club

Camden’s rooftop cinema club at FEST shows classic films, with August showcasing the ‘Best of British’ including Layer Cake, Snatch, Human Traffic and Hot Fuzz.

Fest world cup3. Go Clubbing

Nothing beats celebrating the end of the week with a few drinks and dance moves on a Friday night. Get down to The Monarch for some of the best club nights in Camden Town.

4. See Portishead live

Well, kind of. They aren’t playing live too often nowadays, but Elsa Hewitt and friends will be performing their classic Dummy album at the Jazz Café on Saturday 25th August.

Portishead Dummy Cover5. Get Naked in Camden

A new cookie dough place has opened, and anyone with a sweet tooth will want to swing by and try their wide range of flavours. Naked Dough is now open. Which flavours will you choose?

Naked Dough Unicorn

6. Ice Cream Museum

To tease those of you who’ve just read the number 5 suggestion, there’s an ice cream museum! Learn about the history of ice cream in the UK, make your own ice cream, and try some glow-in-the-dark ice cream too at SCOOP.

Scoop Header7. Get Street Food at KERB

During the summer months KERB will stay open late on Fridays. Great news for those who want to go for an end-of-week drink and try some food from all corners of the world. Bon appetit!

8. Burn the Calories

Holiday season is here, so before you hit the beach there’s time to tone up. The Fitness Mosaic in Chalk Farm offers gym equipment and classes and friendly staff to make sure you’re on the right track. You can even get a free pass with our promo code by clicking here.

9. Get A Shared Office Space

Working from home is boring. You can rent a desk space at an hourly rate to get away from distractions. The Studio in Camden Town / Kentish Town is a quiet, spacious environment to get your work done, and only a short walk from Camden’s attractions.

10. Follow Camden Town London on Instagram

Maybe you didn’t know that we take and share pictures of Camden Town, the well-known and the hidden places. Go on, click and follow to get the real spirit of Camden in pictures.

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