To do this weekend: 16th - 18th August
Something for everyone
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
Lunchtimes from Friday 16th August to Friday 6th September 12:30 - 2pm, come and enjoy brand new music from up and coming musicians at our open air stage
Thursday - Friday
Between 14th and 16th August, we're transforming historic Hatton Garden into a FREE pop-up park!
Free food, free drinks, free yoga, free massages and a whole lot more will be on offer to liven up your lunch break or after-work plans.
Friday : Party in the Park
Salsa dance classes from Pineapple Studios (drop-in)
Daddy Donkey Street Food
Churros from Wow Churros
Cocktails from Mambo
Mariachi music from Mariachi Tequila
Shelley said that ‘The torrent of my indignation’ flowed into The Mask of Anarchy, written after the Peterloo Massacre. Want to get something off your chest? Make your own protest poster and learn about Shelley’s poem. (Free)
Live at The Camden Chapel is a 47 capacity intimate acoustic venue (formerly an old chapel dating back to the 1950´s) and, in a time where London is struggling to keep small music venues open, this is a bold move and exciting addition to London’s live music scene.
Does what it says on the tin. (Also, a free courgae shot for anyonme who sings)
MFY is a love letter to Northern lasses and their steely determination when times get tough. The play has northern beginnings- In 2017 it was selected for Powerhouse Plays (The Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester) and then performed to a sold out crowd at The Carriage Works in the writer’s hometown of Leeds.
Freud was an avid collector of antiquities and one of the most prominent features of his collection is of Egyptian artefacts which occupy integral parts of his famous study and desk.
Get up close to some of these unique curios from Freud’s 2500-piece collection housed at the Freud Museum with an intimate tour from our curatorial team and explore the exhibition before opening hours.
The Net at the Tristian Bates Theatre (Camden Fringe)
The Net: An all-female ensemble story tackling border conflicts, war, and finding home.
Mixing poetic choral monologues and cutting dialogue, ‘The Net’ brings a new dimension to the age-old story of war by placing women at the centre, while exposing how utterly foolish the divides we create are. It is an ensemble piece that aims to highlight women of all different backgrounds and ages: from fourteen to seventy. The play uses the personal stories of these four women and their interactions with each other to interrogate larger political themes.