Beer gardens, exhibitions, food, a free gym pass, a new shared office work space, and a lot to see. June is set to be a busy month in Camden Town.
1.     Visit A New Rooftop Terrace!

The Diner in Camden has a wonderful new rooftop terrace – great news just in time for summer. Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday their little piece of beer heaven will be open from 12pm until late serving up Diner classics, new favourites and a range of beers & cocktails at 2 Jamestown Road. The best place to celebrate the start of summer in Camden!

Camden Rooftop The Diner

  1. Try The Monarch’s New Menu

The Monarch, one of our favourite Camden pubs, has mastered the art of burger making, and they’ve introduced a brand new menu. Burgers and hot dogs, right opposite the Stables Market entrance. See the new menu here.

  1. Get A Free Gym Pass!

The Fitness Mosaic have a great offer to get in shape – a free one day trial at their gym in Chalk Farm. Test drive their facilities, jump around in a class of your choice, and meet their gym instructors. Click here for the free pass.

Fitness Mosaic Workout

  1. Get A Shared Office Space

The Studio is a brand new shared office space in Camden / Kentish Town, with exceptional deals for freelancers, those needing a desk for a few hours per week, or something more permanent. Super fast Wi-Fi and as much coffee as you’d like. Give them a call to book a viewing.The Studio Worker

  1. Free Art Exhibition at Euston Station

Euston Station has been transformed into an arts and performance space from May 29 – June 21st. If your daily commute takes you to Euston, be sure to visit the station concourse to see local artists display their works.

  1. Get Your Weave On

Visit Fenton House which hosts the Freeweaver Studio on Saturday 2 June. Demonstrations of Japanese Saori weaving will be happening all day from 11AM to 4.30PM and it is suitable for all ages 3 and up.

  1. See Classic Photos From Abbey Road

It’s the world’s most famous recording studio, with an incredible history and heritage. Photographer Jill Furmanovsky displays incredible photos from the past at The Barbican Music Library throughout June. Expect to be amazed and intrigued.

Pink Floyd recording Wish You Were Here at Abbey Road 1975

  1. Visit The Amy Winehouse Statue

It’s still a huge tourist attraction for visitors to Camden Town. The Amy Winehouse statue is in the Stables Market, and a tribute to the great singer. She may be gone but will always be remembered.

  1. Rock Out At Camden Rocks

The Camden Rocks Festival starts on June 2nd, with a huge list of bands playing, including British Sea Power, P.I.L, Echobelly, Twin Atlantic, and Mallory Knox. It’s going to be huge, it’s going to be loud, it’s going to be awesome.

  1. Celebrate With The Orb

Orbfest is an all day event at The Roundhouse, celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Orb. They will be performing their new album, with an incredible line up including Leftfield, Ulrich Schnauss, Youth with Roger Eno, and System 7. Get tickets for 23rd June.

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