From real life incels to microaggressions; the 2019 Camden Fringe Festival line-up tackle sexism head on. Almost two years on from the birth of the #MeToo movement, this year’s acts are showing there’s still a lot to fight for.
Glass Cloud Gallery is a London based, independent, pop up window gallery founded by artist Hannah Luxton in 2013. The initiative connects the public with fine art practices by collaborating with businesses to commission highly visible exhibitions in windows for the passing world to see
From real-life incels to microaggressions; the 2019 Camden Fringe Festival line-up tackles sexism head on. Almost two years on from the birth of the #MeToo movement, this year’s acts are showing there’s still a lot to fight for. Over the course of the Fringe, we will be talking with performers and creatives who are tackling sexism head-on. Here, we speak with Vinna Law, Malaysian made and London based actor.
Check out the exciting things you can do all around Camden this weekend. Including Summer Festivals and more!
Dance For The Sea is an underwater art exhibition co-produced by First Soloist of the Royal Ballet Company, Fernando Montaño, and underwater photographer, Robin Conway and will take place at Kentish Town Sports Centre 22 – 28 July 2019.
Now that summer has officially started, it’s time to show off Camden’s natural beauty – from bee gardens to hanging baskets. We want to recognise Camden’s best gardeners at this year’s Camden in Bloom competition – the people, businesses and communities who make Camden a beautiful and friendly place for people and nature to coexist.
As part of its commitment to ensure no resident gets behind, Camden is investing £1.5 million into its libraries to ensure they remain open and thriving, giving everyone access to high quality digital services and the chance to succeed.
This summer a Citizens’ Assembly will meet to decide how Camden should help address the growing climate crisis
Co-produced by First Soloist of the Royal Ballet Company, Fernando Montaño, and underwater photographer, Robin Conway, Dance For The Sea artistically explores the shocking impact of plastic waste on the World’s oceans.