An informal evening to launch our exhibition of old photos, with cheese and wine. 6pm Thursday 28th September 2017 at Cheezelo, 46 Chalton St, NW1 1JB All welcome. Bring photos and memories. If it’s you in the picture, tell us at the event. Get involved in a local project on history. Find out more – come […]
August picnic was rained out but we took refuge (appropriately) in the St Pancras Old Church for a cosy evening of food, reminiscences and good company. Lester entertained us with enthralling tales of grave-robbers, satanists, weddings and wakes. And Mimi had her birthday wishes!
In July we showed a film ‘The amazing story of Talacre’, where in the 1970s a group of residents successfully fought to keep open land as a park for the community with their local council. How things change – in Somers Town, residents just lost one! This was a new archive called the London Community Video […]
We welcomed Professor Linda Clarke to the British Library on 20 June 2017 for a lecture on the research that culminated in her book, Building Capitalism: Historical Change and the Labour Process in the Production of the Built Environment (1991). The book is a socio-economic study of the built environment focusing on the development of Somers Town […]
We launched (again) for our second year 2017 with a great storytelling event – each postcard brought to life through a personal story behind the photo – some real details about life in old Somers Town, and a description of our new film project for 2017 with the START Festival film. Here’s a few photos of the event…
The History Club’s first Christmas party went very well with a quiz, a raffle, mulled wine and singalong. And a set of postcards available to commemorate our first year. The winning team pipped the post with a thorough knowledge of old pubs – guess who? No, not Roger Robinson – but locals Dave and Alan. Prizes […]
It’s coming soon….Pit your wits against our finest quiz master…with Somers Town questions from all our events this year at our Christmas knees up on Wednesday the 7th December 2016. NEWS: We have produced a set of commemorative postcards about each of the events this year – you can get your hands on the pack […]