Events
OPEN is an event led by young people but for all ages to unite and celebrate the vibrancy, diversity and togetherness of the Camden Community.
Activities include:
Face Painting
A Bouncy Castle for Children
Henna Hand Design
Music
Date
30 Jun 2018
Event time
11am-4pm
Fun for all the family. Rhyme-time, storytelling, treasure hunt, craft activity table, books for sale, tea and delicious cakes on the lawn. SPECIAL GUEST: LAUREN CHILD.
Neighbourhood
Date
30 Jun 2018
Event time
2-4pm
Summer Festival, 30th June 1-4pm Whitfield Street Play Area and Pitch W1T 5JX - Come and join us for a community festival organised by young people!
Date
30 Jun 2018
Event time
1pm - 4pm
This week's performance showcases a collection of jazz ensembles brought together by Camden Music Hub as part of their Art’s Council funded project “Jazz Connect”.
Neighbourhood
Date
1 Jul 2018
Event time
2.30pm to 4.30pm on 1 July
Bring your friends and family to the inaugural Community Heath Festival on Hampstead Heath. Free music and activities around the Parliament Hill Bandstand, including Asian dancing with Akademi, Zumba, henna, face painting, craft and nature activities and much more. 
Date
1 Jul 2018
Event time
1pm - 5pm
Race 4 of the Regents Park 10km Summer Series.
Neighbourhood
Date
1 Jul 2018
Event time
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Cost
£16.00
Single Entry (Affiliated)
£18.00
Single Entry (Unaffiliated)
North West London's best street party - Over 100 stalls line Heath Street to a bustling backdrop of live music, a funfair, sport-zone, chess café, donkey rides, a circus school, birds of prey and dancing in the street. A great day out for all the family.
Neighbourhood
Date
1 Jul 2018
Event time
12-5pm
Dr Kitta’s research draws on ethnography, media, Internet, and narrative analyses to explore the vernacular explanatory models used in why parents decide not to vaccinate.
Neighbourhood
Date
1 Jul 2018
Event time
3pm-4.30pm
Cost
£4.00
Concession
A conference about the precarious nature of masculinity in the modern world.
Neighbourhood
Date
1 Jul 2018
Event time
9am - 5pm
Cost
£65.00
Full price
£50.00
Student/concession
£45.00
Friends of Freud Museum
£40.00
Student/concession Friends of Freud Museum
Are teenagers really irrational? Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore of UCL talks about the adolescent brain.
Date
2 Jul 2018
Event time
6-7.30pm