Month number 9 is here, so we’ve got the top 10 activities together for you – and there are some belters in here. Take a look.
  1. Eat Some Amazing Vegetarian Indian Food

Drummond Street, 2 minutes walk from Euston Station, is home to London’s best Indian and Bangladeshi restaurants. Ravi Shankar is a legendary restaurant, the second restaurant on the street, and it’s simply out of this world. Their evening menu meals are traditional then their lunch buffet (for only £6.95) is incredible.

Ravi Shankar Buffet Indian

  1. Reggae and Caribbean Food

Sunday 9th September brings Reggae Roast to Camden Market – music, food, and party vibes. It’s free entry and is a family friendly event. 10am – 8pm.

Reggae Roast

  1. Camden Farmer’s Market

New to Camden Market! Get fresh local and UK produce, from food and drinks, fish, pastries, coffee, fruit & veg, the Camden Farmer’s Market starts on 8th September and takes place every Saturday.

Camden Farmer's Market

  1. Remembering Amy

A Day For Amy happens on 15th September, from 1pm – 6pm. The afternoon will feature live performances from Amy’s Yard (the Amy Winehouse Foundation’s Artist Development Programme), as well as Strummerville, the Institute of Contemporary Music, Busk in London and Generation Uncovered – that will take place in the Market’s amphitheatre, overlooked by the iconic statue of the music legend.


  1. Experience Irish Arts

Cecil Sharp House is an important reminder of the Irish musical and arts culture – with one of the most impressive libraries in London too. See some performances in the Grade II listed building.

Cecil Sharp House performance

  1. Try An Egg Bun Sandwich

Yolk Breaker is new to Camden Market, and serves egg bun sandwiches with toppings of your choice. Smoked bacon, scrambled egg, avocado, and so much more. Yummy!

Yolk Breaker sandwich

  1. Get On A Bike

Camden Council is getting people fit, and one of their objectives is to get people cycling – be it for fitness or to commute. You can hire a bike for four weeks, free of charge, and if you’re 18 or over you might well find out how great cycling is. Contact them here.

  1. Paint Like Banksy

Get to the Camden Roundhouse on 25th September to visit PopUp Painting, where you will receive art supplies and be guided by an artist, which is inspired by Banksy’s Girl with the Balloon.

paint like banksy

  1. A Local Farm

Kentish Town City Farm has regular events including pony riding for children. See their farm animals, the gardens, and you’re in for an enjoyable family day out.

Kentish Town City Farm donkeys

  1. Hear Live Music

Fiddler’s Elbow in Camden has long been one of Camden’s hidden musical gems – a venue that has seen many local and international artists play.

Fiddlers Elbow Live

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