An unexpected enclave of global flavours in a neighbourhood that offers plenty more than the famous railway terminus
We’re big fans of Camden Inspire, which is now an annual fixture taking over Buck Street on the first weekend of September (details below).
But before all that, there’s a series of talks, exhibitions and panel discussions that are free to attend, like the festival itself.
Chalton Street in Euston is hosting work by local artists as part of the Camden Inspire series.
Exhibitions within the series include:
This two-day event across Buck Street and Stucley Place brings a diverse local musical line-up including Awate, Amy Gadiaga and Gigi Williams, plus poetry and spoken word from the likes of Tife Kusuro, Oli Isaac and Kiki Gilbert.
We’ll have more previews on the festival soon. See you there on the 2nd and 3rd September.
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