Meet Somers Town native Raqhib Islam
Meet Somers Town native Raqhib Islam
The founder of Arabic art project Hikayetna discusses the power of storytelling over good food
Singer and guitarist with one of Camden’s latest emerging bands speaks
Celebrate a decade of this much-loved local coffee shop
Exploring six decades of Italian family history and music industry infamy
First hand, I experienced the safety risks, scams and human cost in the darker corners of the gig economy
Did you know about this oasis of food gardening and pottery in the middle of Camden?
Tom Kerridge of the deeply housey five-piece tells us about their sound, vision and influences ahead of their upcoming gig at Kenwood
Author, journalist, historian, academic and commentator on gender and relationships, we speak to Zoe ahead of her appearance locally at the world’s biggest philosophy festival
Ahead of his appearance at this month’s philosophy, comedy and music festival up at Kenwood, we speak to the former BBC and Channel 4 economics editor
We speak to Michael Thorp, father of this innovative community-based farming project based at Rochester Square
Ahead of the world’s largest festival of philosophy, music and comedy returning to Kenwood, we’ve been chatting to the visionary thinker behind the Institute of Art and Ideas about the event, and delve into his own fascinating theories
Meet two Camden women of substance: the passionate underground farmers who are busy hand-delivering their clandestine organic crops to those in-the-know
Name stickers pose the question: which type of Camdenist are you?
Rochester Square founder Francesca Anfossi tells us how her love of clay fired up an inter-generational hub for eating, gardening and creativity
Since 1984, this unlikely site just off Grays Inn Road has been a local haven for the people of Camden
Nelle Laurent is a photographer born and raised in Camden, and the artist behind the latest t-shirt the Camdenist X series.
Camdenist talks to Nicole Van den Eijnde, Joint Director of Global Generation, about the educational charity reconnecting Camden locals with the earth
We speak with Giuseppe Miggiano, moustachioed proprietor of local success-story, Casa Tua restaurants, (in Camden and King’s Cross), about his vision, quality produce and this latest deli offshoot
Cornershops remain a cornerstone of neighbourhood life; the place to grab a packet of this or a bottle of that late into the night. So, what’s it like working on Camden’s retail frontline?
In between pulling pints and mopping the urinals at the Rose & Crown, a 100-year-old pub on Torriano Avenue, I got to know Rob and Amine, bar staff by night and musicians by day.
As London’s nightlife venues continue to be threatened by multiple forces, we don’t just risk losing places to dance. For marginalized groups, these spots serve as vital safe spaces, well worth fighting for
Delving into the future and what it really means, or doesn’t
Ahead of her appearance at HTLGI, we speak to the neurophilosophy pioneer about her work, the process of aging and why she feels talk of mental states will eventually be abandoned in favour of a radically different view to how the brain works
A personal trainer, yoga and Barre instructors and a physiotherapist all give their suggestions for holistic wellness after lockdown
The local clinician tells us about his Osteopathy practice and why, as we emerge from lockdown, taking care of our bodies is more important than ever
Camdenist talks sex determination with the scientist, as she explains her fascinating research at the Francis Crick Institute
The team at Highgate Road’s hidden gem of a gym have emerged from a tough year with a brilliant new offering to get you into shape
Rich White is currently building Camden’s newest brewery and taproom, soon to be serving American-style craft beers from the Randolph Street railway arches