Articles
2017 sees the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act (1967) which introduced the partial decriminalisation of same sex relationships in England and Wales via an act of Parliament.

Throughout the year Camden will host a wide range of events, screenings, exhibitions, talks and online articles to explore, celebrate and reflect upon the history of LGBTQ+ culture, activism, societal shifts and legal and cultural breakthroughs, and to look towards the future in this ever changing social and cultural landscape.
The Great Get Together will be taking place across the UK on June 16th to 18th, 2017.
This month, we spoke to artist Nicola Lane, a long-time Camden resident and artist, about her youth, education, and what it is like to grow up as an artist in Camden.
This year in line with the UK/India year of culture 2017 our festival Camden Kalā shines a spotlight on and celebrates India’s vibrant heritage both within Camden and beyond.
We hit the streets to find out what you think of Culture in Camden
Creativity and Wellbeing week is back and, as always, Camden is host to a great variety of associated events! You can find the full programme here but we’ve rounded up some highlights happening in Camden during the week (12 - 18 June 2017).
Alinah Azadeh is an artist, writer, mother and former Camden resident. For Love Camden she has reviewed Point of Contact, currently on show at Swiss Cottage Gallery until 1 July.
Dr Srinivasan presents a performative lecture from her interdisciplinary book Sweating Saris: Indian Dance as Transnational Labor with singer Uthra Vijay.
For Camden Flux, Love Camden asks artists, critics and writers to submit their view on queer life in Camden.
"Pidginy Linguish, Proto-Pratter, Ur-Creole: sounding the ‘Dictionnaire Eléméntaire’ on Cultural Translation" by Sarat Maharaj