The Somers Town History Space – and Club continues onto a new publication – our third. We have successfully won funding from Culture Seeds the Mayor Of London fund. Our third next spring will be called ‘ Journeys’, starting from early French and Spanish influx into Somers Town, to Irish railway workers and more… Do […]
100 years of social housing in Somers Town – now available in good local stockists.
Book for Tuesday to get a copy of our new publication ‘100 years of social housing’ unmissable event!
A great panel at a discussion of ‘100 years of social housing’ With Owen Hatherley and John Boughton at the Francis Crick.
Come to see our film on Old Somer Town Friday November 8th Basil Jellicoe Hall.
Spirit! our first publication, is now in stock in the Owl Bookshop on Kentish Town,…
All about Somers Town – get your copy of our first publication in Chalton Street’s City News Newsagent or Cheezelo, or Housmans. A publication about curious histories – it’s a Limited Edition with old photos, first hand research – the only publication to connect feminists, anarchist to Pearlies and pubs. Esther Leslie (our Editor) Birkbeck […]
It’s 100 years of social housing and Somers Town is a map of social housing…
Here’s a short film of our event at the British Library at the Somers Town Festival. You may catch some of Owen Hatherley’s excellent talk on social housing, the opening from Library Head Roly Keating with references to our ‘radical thinking’ themes, hear Leader of Camden Council Georgia Gould’s support for the museum as well […]
Esther Leslie writes on what took place at our Pop up On July 13th, we set up a ‘Pop up museum’ in the Poets Circle on the piazza of the British Library, as part of the Somers Town Festival. Friday – Preview and Launch of magazine Construction of the ‘Pop up museum’ began the afternoon before. Using […]