Camden Council has announced the Community Festival Grant recipients for 2019-20. This year over 48 community festivals received financial support from the Council to the sum of £35,000. The grants were awarded by the Council following submissions from organisers and judging by an independent panel supported by Voluntary Action Camden.

You are invited to join us to celebrate the diversity and strength of the communities in Camden. The event will bring together residents, community groups, businesses, schools and staff to discuss how we can work together to unite our neighbourhoods in the week we're due to leave the EU.
Join a lineup of crack CPT entertainers to commemorate, question and cabaret the hell out of Britain’s departure from the European Union.
This month we interviewed David Blandy, an artist who works with video in the digital world, from the YouTube tutorial and music videos, to television series, anime and the narrative sections of computer games, highlighting our relationship with popular culture and investigating what makes us who we are.
The End of the World (2017) is a video projection enclosing the viewer in a planetarium style view of the solar system, showing at Swiss Cottage Gallery
This month we interviewed Kat Pearson, one of the most genuine and powerful Blues voices in London today. She hales from a family steeped in the tradition of Gospel hymns and Blues folklore. Currently working on a solo album which will be released Summer 2019

Camden is the centre of the London Music scene and has been since the 70's. Read our Top Ten on the essential music venues in Camden.
February is LGBT+ History Month. Read more on what this month is about and the events happening around Camden.
The Wiener Library’s spring 2019 exhibition, Crimes Uncovered: The First Generation of Holocaust Researchers, traces the stories and legacies of the individuals and institutions who first collected evidence of the crimes of the Holocaust. Learn about those who carried out this imperative work as genocide unfolded around them, and those who much later pursued justice and remembrance.