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Camden Together
Cultural Camden is thrilled to announce Camden Together an ambitious borough wide season of events championing our neighbourhoods, our dynamic communities, and our stories. The collaborative programme will amplify voices and create a legacy to inspire positive change. From venues to streateries and parks to high streets, thousands of people will participate from the beginning of July through to the end of October, celebrating Camden’s rich and vibrant cultural landscape
Black History season
Black History Season 2021
Camden Council is pleased to be celebrating Black History Season with a fantastic programme of events between October and mid-December. This year is an opportunity for the Black African and Caribbean diaspora to show pride in who they are, their rich culture and history and the contributions they’ve made to Camden’s vibrant diversity.
We have an exciting programme over the season delivering a range of events and activities including arts, music and culture, talks and webinars, cook-alongs, story-telling for children and adults alike, book clubs and history walking tours. There’s truly something for everyone to enjoy this year.
Click here to see the programme
Joe Duggan
Joe Duggan at Swiss Cottage Gallery
Swiss Cottage Gallery and Camden Council proudly presents a solo exhibition of London based Irish artist Joe Duggan titled Material. Working in an interdisciplinary manner across sculpture, installation, video, photography and painting, this exhibition includes Duggan’s latest body of work focusing on his sculptural practice demonstrating a keen interest in exploring both metaphysical and material qualities.
noor inayat khan
Camden People's Museum
Camden People’s Museum is a collection of artworks, people and experiences that reveal the vibrant culture of the people of Camden, London. Sharing our diverse heritage through creativity, the museum presents the stories, sounds and spirit of the borough.

Click here to explore some inspirational Camdeners, including Noor Inayat Khan, who was the first woman spy to be dropped behind enemy lines in France during the Second World War

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Love Camden showcases a selection of events happening across Camden, including programming created by Camden Council. We've always aimed to be your guide to Camden in these new times we will highlight digital events and resources to support you.

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