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Winter’s Place

Wed 16 Nov

The temperature might have dropped but Winter’s Place is toasty AF. To complement our Christmas Market – which lands every Thursday in our North Yard – we’ll be keeping the festive cheer going right into the weekend with seasonal cocktails and mugs of hot booze, all day Friday and Saturday, at this heated live music lounge.

The Flour Station

Your Daily Bread

Fri 11 Nov

When you can smell bread before you see it you know it’s going to be good. For this delicious aroma, follow your nose to our North Yard where you’ll now find the first bricks-and-mortar bakery from sourdough supremos, The Flour Station.

Cyberdog

Creating a Clubber’s Paradise

Fri 4 Nov

To meet Cyberdog’s co-founders Spiros and Terry, you’d never guess they were cybergoth superstars who live in a space pod next to the Regent’s Canal. But with locations in Camden, Brighton and Ibiza, their clubwear megabrand is the world’s favourite for ravers, new-agers, fetishists and cyberpunks alike. And their story started in Camden Market…

Creekside Christmas

How to Look After your Christmas Tree

Fri 25 Nov

London’s finest traders in real fir, Creekside Christmas have opened a pop up forest in our North Yard, bringing their trees fresh from the farm onto our cobbles – so if you’re on the hunt for a nice bushy conifer this year, you’ve come to the right place.

History

Things About Dickens

Fri 25 Nov

Charles Dickens loved Christmas. In fact, he’s often described as ‘the man who invented it’. At a time where soot was more likely to be falling from the sky than snow, the festive season had fallen out of favour, and the pages of his much loved novel A Christmas Carol brought a proper white Crimbo, along with its traditions of feasting, merry making and good will back to Victorian London.

Music Edit

An Oasis Lover’s Guide to Camden

Fri 18 Nov

The release of the new Oasis doc Supersonic has got us feeling all nostalgic for the Gallagher brothers’ Britpop reign. While there’s no denying they were Manc lads through-and-through, Camden was their London home, with the sibling legends raising hell with their all-night benders.

Pop Up

Winter’s Place

Wed 16 Nov

The temperature might have dropped but Winter’s Place is toasty AF. To complement our Christmas Market – which lands every Thursday in our North Yard – we’ll be keeping the festive cheer going right into the weekend with seasonal cocktails and mugs of hot booze, all day Friday and Saturday, at this heated live music lounge.

The Flour Station

Your Daily Bread

Fri 11 Nov

When you can smell bread before you see it you know it’s going to be good. For this delicious aroma, follow your nose to our North Yard where you’ll now find the first bricks-and-mortar bakery from sourdough supremos, The Flour Station.

Cyberdog

Creating a Clubber’s Paradise

Fri 4 Nov

To meet Cyberdog’s co-founders Spiros and Terry, you’d never guess they were cybergoth superstars who live in a space pod next to the Regent’s Canal. But with locations in Camden, Brighton and Ibiza, their clubwear megabrand is the world’s favourite for ravers, new-agers, fetishists and cyberpunks alike. And their story started in Camden Market…

Creekside Christmas

How to Look After your Christmas Tree

Fri 25 Nov

London’s finest traders in real fir, Creekside Christmas have opened a pop up forest in our North Yard, bringing their trees fresh from the farm onto our cobbles – so if you’re on the hunt for a nice bushy conifer this year, you’ve come to the right place.

History

Things About Dickens

Fri 25 Nov

Charles Dickens loved Christmas. In fact, he’s often described as ‘the man who invented it’. At a time where soot was more likely to be falling from the sky than snow, the festive season had fallen out of favour, and the pages of his much loved novel A Christmas Carol brought a proper white Crimbo, along with its traditions of feasting, merry making and good will back to Victorian London.

Music Edit

An Oasis Lover’s Guide to Camden

Fri 18 Nov

The release of the new Oasis doc Supersonic has got us feeling all nostalgic for the Gallagher brothers’ Britpop reign. While there’s no denying they were Manc lads through-and-through, Camden was their London home, with the sibling legends raising hell with their all-night benders.