Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we interviewed Lauren Kaye, Writer, Poet and Filmmaker for over 20 years, who is debuted her theatre production I'm All In LIVE, as part of Camden Fringe Festival, at Camden People's Theatre.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we interviewed Kheira Bey, Camden born actress who recently performed at the ‘Making Films: June Challenge’ film on the 11th July at 7pm at the Candid Arts Trust, London.
Mindfulness and meditation may be thousands of years old, but it is enjoying a big boom in the present day, fitting right in with the millennial interest in spirituality and connection. In this post, we focus on 10 places in which to feel like you are part of ‘the universal life force’, without leaving Camden.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we spoke with Tash Kahn, who recently exhibited in 'Citizen' at Swiss Cottage Gallery, and artist, editor and director of @DOLPHprojects.
Over the next 17 years the urban fabric of Camden, arguably London’s most bustling and diverse of boroughs, will be reshaped dramatically to make way for the HS2 train line. The major construction works planned will require hundreds of residents to be rehoused. Camden Council invited artist and anthropologist Liz Hingley to develop a project with, about and for those who are being affected.
Curated by The Wiener Library in Russell Square, this exhibition at the Swiss Cottage Library explores aspects of resistance against Nazism and various manifestations of this resistance, from instances of organised rebellion, to examples of anti-Nazi jokes.
University College Hospital will be celebrating the NHS’ 70th birthday on 5 July with a massive free open day. This is a free event and all are welcome, 2.30-5.30pm on Thursday 5 July in the main atrium of University College Hospital, 235 Euston Road, London NW1 2BU. There’s no need to book, just drop in and enjoy!
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we spoke to John Ros, who recently exhibited in 'Citizen' at Swiss Cottage Gallery, and is interested in non-commercial, non-proprietary, open source, community-organized, sustainable practices that promote vitality and viability through awareness and action.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we spoke to Camden Fringe producers Michelle Flowers and Zena Barrie! Camden Fringe Festival 2018, the 13th edition, takes place from 30th July till 26th August