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Pollution Absorbing Public Sculpture erected in Camden

Business partnership Euston Town is unveiling a climate change-inspired sculpture by artist and physicist Jasmine Pradissitto, on the renowned Camden People’s Theatre at the entrance of Drummond Street, Euston. The innovative material NoxTek, which absorbs nitrogen dioxide from car fumes and transforms it into a harmless gas, signifies…

Turning lockdown limbo into art

‘Postcards from Quarantine’ is an online photography project that pairs images and text messages sent by people in quarantine from across the world. The project was created by Eva Clifford, a London-based journalist and documentary photographer. By Martina Krajňáková Eva writes about cultural and social issues. Her publications…

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Halloween 2020

Let’s face it, 2020 has not been the greatest year. At least it’s Halloween time. The weather is pretty terrible out so that will put a dampener on trick or treating. We’ll be surprised if anybody is out knocking on doors tonight. Firstly, you shouldn’t really be doing…

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…

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…

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…