Camden in Bloom aims to encourage residents, businesses and community groups to take pride in their neighbourhood and create a more pleasant place to live and work. 
As part of its commitment to ensure no resident gets behind, Camden is investing £1.5 million into its libraries to ensure they remain open and thriving, giving everyone access to high quality digital services and the chance to succeed.
This summer a Citizens’ Assembly will meet to decide how Camden should help address the growing climate crisis
Co-produced by First Soloist of the Royal Ballet Company, Fernando Montaño, and underwater photographer, Robin Conway, Dance For The Sea artistically explores the shocking impact of plastic waste on the World’s oceans.
Read the Guest Article by Mark Reed, a performer in Shakespeare's Wanderers. Shakespeare’s Wanderers will be performing Much Ado About Nothing as part of our Camden Alive programme of arts and cultural events. The show will run from the 22nd to 26th of July (6:30-8:30pm) at St. George’s Gardens, Bloomsbury.
London Quilters are welcomed back for their ninth exhibition in Swiss Cottage Gallery. The large selection of quilts that are on display have been made and, in most cases, designed by the members of London Quilters. The quilts in this exhibition provide a significant insight into the broad spectrum of this art.

This month we interviewed Tilly Scantlebury from the band Lazy Day, who will be performing at Camden Rocks this summer. Lazy Day began as the bedroom solo project of Tilly, who quickly gained extensive attention and praise, then expanding to a four-piece band.
On 21st - 23rd June 2019, communities up and down the country will be getting together to celebrate kindness, respect and all we have in common.
Just over 150 years ago, 19 students were smuggled out of Japan - against government policy and using assumed names – from a quiet harbour in Kagoshima on the west coast of Japan, which was at the time officially isolated from the rest of the world.