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Camden Alive is a programme of arts and cultural events that celebrates the people of Camden. Sharing our diverse heritage through creativity, Camden Alive has captured the sights, sounds and spirit of the borough and what it means to live and work in Camden.
Women make Camden the special place it is. Check out events and activities going on throughout the borough to mark International Women’s Day on and around 8 March 2020.
This month we interviewed visionary rapper, AWATE. An Eritrean who grew up on Maiden Lane Estate, his witty social commentaries and psychedelic melodies on Turkish Dcypha’s infectious production on 2016’s Shine Ancient EP and 2018’s Happiness LP have taken him around the world and back.
Celebrating the history and achievements of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transexual communities
BBC Radio 6 Music has announced that Camden will host the 6 Music Festival in 2020!
Camden is delighted to announce we will be supporting community festivals again in 2020-21.
Camden Council have teamed up with Hemingway Design to build Refill Station Camden - their first trailer stall made from reclaimed and recycled materials!
This winter, there will be several markets to support the release of Refill Stations around Camden. 
This month we interviewed Simeon Hammond Dallas, a singer-songwriter from London’s Camden Town. An overactive mind and a desire to live a life like a travel montage from a rom-com provide the inspiration for her music; a folky bluesy country-soul amalgamation. An enemy of dichotomy, her music is soft and vulnerable while packing a punch at the same time.
This month we interviewed dancer and choreographer Joseph Toonga, artistic director of East London-based Just Us Dance Theatre. His latest work Born To Manifest is at The Place in Euston on Saturday 16 November.