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.
Camden Council is consulting on its draft Clean Air Action Plan and we are keen to hear from as many of you living, working, studying or visiting the borough.
Love Camden loves its local talent. We aim to celebrate everything cultural in the borough, from Hampstead to Kilburn, from the British Library to that little café around the corner - we are always out to show what Camden has to offer. As part of this we launched our Camden Close-Up series: interviews with artists, thinkers, entrepreneurs and downright interesting figures that live, work or are inspired by the borough.
This month we interviewed Len Blanco: the drag king of your dreams. Woke. Feminist. Recovering boyband member. Vegan (Monday to Thursday).
Find out how to get involved with Camden Alive.
Camden supports innovative public art as part of new developments in the borough, to create and showcase Camden and design an environment that’s unique and will give pleasure to our residents, businesses and the many visitors. Here is a list of the Top 10 Public Artworks to see around Camden.
Every year, Holocuast Memorial Day takes place on the 27th of January and comemorates those affacted by genocide. The day is used to remember the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust, the millions of people killed under Nazi Persecution and the subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda.