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Movie time at the Market

Open air cinema? Yes please! Camden Market and Curzon bring an open air cinema to the market. Some of the best classic and recent films are being shown. Get there 15 minutes before the start of the show, get your tickets (most are £15) and get ready to…

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Crossrail Delayed (again)

The wonderful Crossrail, promised to be life-changing for some many Londoners and commuters, has been delayed again. The latest update is that it won’t be completed until 2022. Oh, it will also cost an extra £450 million to complete. Looks like someone who’s working for the government and…

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Eat Out To Help Out in Camden

The Eat Out To Help Out government scheme is now running in Camden. In the Camden Market and Buck Street Markets, along with many other restaurants in Camden, you can get some tasty deals. With the option to come back as many times as you like, you can…

Camden Guitars needs your help

Camden Guitars, the musical instrument shop on the high street, needs your help. Camden Guitars are asking customers and fans of the shop to sign a petition. This is to lift their own spirits, but also to show their landlord. Their hopes are that the landlord and community…

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Amy Winehouse – 9 years on

23rd July was the date that Amy Winehouse passed away. Now 9 years ago. We remember the Queen of Camden. Amy was born in Southgate, north London, in 1983. As a talented young singer and musician she went on the release her first album, Frank, was released in…

Cereal Killer Café will not reopen

In a statement released by the owners of Cereal Killer Café, they will not be reopening. They have stated that their Camden and Brick Lane stores will not reopen. This is because of the financial pressure caused by COVID-19. Cereal Killer Café will still be operating online, so…

Buck Street Market to open again

Buck Street Market in Camden will reopen after the COVID-19 shutdown. The Buck Street Market was open only for a few weeks before the Coronavirus made its way through the air. All of the new shops and stalls had to close their doors. July 15th is the big…

Lifeline for Camden’s music and theatre venues

Government fund will help to keep Camden’s legendary performance venues open. In a highly anticipated move, the UK government has announced a £1.57bn support package for venues. These include music venues, performance theatres, museums, galleries, and other cultural venues. This comes just a few days after venues and…

The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum shares the history of The Foundling Hospital. It’s the first children’s charity in the UK and well worth a visit. The Foundling Museum is also the UK’s first public art gallery, and is a museum that is constantly reinventing itself. It’s a place to experience…

New Amy Winehouse street art!

Amy Winehouse, the Queen of Camden, has a new street art creation of her. The artist JXC Designs has taken to the alley just behind The Hawley Arms to make a magnificent Amy mural. The old brick wall has been turned into a street art masterpiece. Amy Winehouse…