To do this weekend: 6th - 8th August
Saturday, 11am - 6pm
QCCA is proud to work with the local community and Camden Markets Team to put together a community event that brings people together to celebrate diversity and integration. The festival is a great way to unite the community and share the rich and diverse culture that makes our community. It is an opportunity for reconciliation and to find common grounds and expression to break down the barriers built by those that seek to divide us.
Saturday, 12 - 6pm
The Phoenix Garden Agricultural Show & St Giles Fayre is our take on a country show, featuring rare breed farm animals from Miller's Ark Mobile Farm, Crystal Palace Brass Band, Punch 7 Judy with David Wilde, London Pride Morris men and the show market with the West End WI.
Sunday, 12 - 10pm
It's NW5's annual celebration of all things good in our community - featuring three stages of music, talks and discussions, arts and crafts, history, civic groups, food and booze, green living and much, much more...
This year is their 10th anniversary and they have so much planned for your entertainment to mark this special milestone!
Friday, 12:30 - 2pm
UPshoots is a series of free, live music events created by young people for aspiring artists to share their music in Pancras Square, Kings Cross
This last session will have performances from Kateshia Maire, K the Infinite and more!
Saturday 12 - 8pm
Celebrating the freshest beer poured straight from the tank! Taking to the railway arches at their brewer with the freshest beer, fresh pasta and a Tank Party line up like no other, with something for all the family.
With live music from Fullee Love Collective featuring Jurassic 5’s Soup, and a DJ line-up by our friends at The Social including sets from festival favourites Heels & Souls, Flying Mojito Bro’s and Heavenly Jukebox, fresh from Glastonbury.
Friday, 7:30 - 10:30 pm
During the summer and autumn, Finn is embarking on a nationwide tour to launch his new album CALL TO MIND. Released in September 2019, the album is a diverse and creative exploration of the contemporary folk genre, with exciting and sensitive arrangements of traditional and contemporary tunes and songs
What can magic and conjuring tell us about the human mind? This exhibition brings together the worlds of psychology and entertainment in search of the truth about deception. Explore how our biases affect our perception and whether our senses can be hacked. Discover spirit photography, magic props and psychology experiments to see how magic works on – and in – the mind of the spectator.
Artefacts on display from the world of magic include the head of the gorilla costume worn by Derren Brown, Harry Houdini’s ‘Bell Box’, Tommy Cooper’s fez, and Paul Daniels’s sawing-in-half box.
Sunday, 2 - 3pm
Freud’s texts and his collection of antiquities are replete with forceful female presences. As he drew parallels between ancient mythology and early childhood, early goddesses are often compared or conflated with mothers. Through discussing some of the goddesses that attracted Freud’s admiration and awe, this talk aims to throw new light on what Freud called the “dark continent” of woman.
Sunday 2 - 3pm
After a Sunday walk through the “stubble fields” of Winchester in September 1819, Keats wrote one of his most famous poems, To Autumn. Join us 200 years later for a special selection of poems inspired by the season, read by the Keats House Poetry Ambassadors.