To do this weekend: 12th - 14th June

Something for everyone: 

The Somers Town Festival - Saturday

Get ready for the biggest, brightest free street festival in Camden! Now in its 21st year, this annual party is the borough’s biggest street festival, attracting thousands for a celebration of what this unique part of London brings. The stalls, the stages, the community groups and the performers prove the theory that every country on Earth has a representative in Somers Town. 

Give it a go! - Saturday and Sunday

A family event focusing on health and well-being which encourages people to give a new activity a go. Activities on offer include, tennis, boxing, fencing, volleyball, rugby, football, polo, health checks and much more. There will be live music from the bandstand and food from local vendors. There is also a dog show run by the Mayhew.


80s Bingo - Saturday

80's Bingo


Expect 3 seriously fun rounds of Bingo plus the opportunity to win some incredible prizes including:

£300 Cash - PS4 - Go Pro - Takeaway Food Vouchers - A Spa day - Sonos System - Inflatable Unicorns - Robo Hoover - Bike - Krispy Kreme Vouchers - Polaroid Camera - Amazon Vouchers + lots more!

Arts and Culture: 

Creative Writing Workshop at Keats House - Finishes Friday

Join their recently appointed Poet in Residence, Anthony Hett, for a 'drop in' poetry writing session where you will use photos of yourself or images of Keats as prompts for your writing. In September, Anthony will host a special event to share the work that he has written during his residency and encourage new writers who have joined him at these ‘drop in’ sessions to perform their work to the invited audience.

The Story of Czech Design - 30 Years of New Identity - Open Friday


Czech Design


Embark on a little journey round the contemporary Czech design world admiring the innovative and often humorous design of everyday objects made from traditional glass, porcelain and wood. The Czech Centre London opens its doors to emblematic design pieces which map the last three decades of modern Czech design from the 1989 Velvet Revolution to the work of young, emerging designers. Don't miss the Czech designers who are well known to the British public and art collectors such as Maxim Velčovský with his Little Joseph candle holder and Rony Plesl, who will also be exhibiting at the V&A in September during the London Design Festival.

Towards the Planetary Commons at Arts Catalyst - Friday and Saturday

Towards the Planetary Commons


Encompassing artist film, an evolving installation and a programme of talks and workshops, the programme reflects on different ways of living and how new knowledge can emerge from struggles against current ecopolitical challenges. Featuring the work of artists Marwa Arsanios, Paloma Polo, Lorenzo Sandoval and They Are Here