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Sat 6 May 2017 - Sun 7 May 2017

The London Cheese Project

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When

Sat: 10am-10pm Sun: 10am-8pm Bar open 11am-close both days

Where

North Yard

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There’s good news and then there’s even Gouda news: Camden Market is going to be hosting a brand new cheese festival. What’s even feta than that? From traditional Mexican cheeses of the deep South(east) to hard and blue cheese from the far North, the festival will be celebrating the huge variety of cheeses made by underground producers from inside London.

During the two-day festival, you can buy and talk to some of the capital’s top urban cheesemakers, taste dishes from some of our fave foodies (each of which will be pairing with a different cheese producer) as well hear talks on a variety of topics - from craft beer pairing to an introduction to London’s new wave of urban cheeses. Buy tickets to the talks here.

You’ll also have the opportunity to pair your cheese with live music. On both the Saturday and Sunday the bar area will be serenaded by the stripped back sound of live acoustic sets from the likes of Florence Joelle, Camden Acoustic Club and the Joe Mac Blues Band.

All of that cheese is likely to make you thirsty, so wash down all of that fromage with the best crafty cans from Crate Brewery, as well as cocktails whipped up by the East London Liquor Company at our camem-BAR!

Here's a list of all of the traders participating in the London Cheese Project! 🧀🧀🧀

Streetfood Traders
- Elote
- Mac To The Future
- The Cheese Bar - Camden
- Voodoo Ray's
- Oli Baba's
- Raclette Brothers

Producers and Cheesemongers
- Gringa Dairy
- Fruit Magpie
- The Flour Station Camden
- Cannon & Cannon Fine Foods
- Buchanans Cheesemonger
- Kappacasein Dairy
- Kupros Dairy
- La Latteria UK
- Wildes Cheese

As well as East London Liquor Company, Modern Beer Co and Crate Brewery who'll be propping up our Camem-BAR!

From live music to craft beer to more dairy product than you could shake a cheese knife at, hallou-be mad to miss it!