A truly affectionate thank you event for Roger Robinson at the People’s Museum Somers Town…
Join us at Open House.
Somers Town has a long history of street festivals and we were pleased to celebrate their return after a two-year break. This year’s – coincided with EID celebration – saw a number of live performances from local groups and bands and activities along Chalton Street, the British Library Stage, the Pearly stage, and local resident… Continue reading Highlight: Somers Town Festival
An impressive programme by the People’s Museum Somers Town for the London Festival of Architecture…
The final weekend if June closes part of Phoenix Road, for a performance and events, for the London Festival of Architecture, where the focus is Somers Town. You can view stages and installations, and take in many performances including our “mock auction” on Sunday at 2pm. We open the festivities with our film showing at… Continue reading Weekend of events! June
The People’s Museum Somers Town is part of the London Festival of Architecture – we’ve a full programme of events on its themes of ACT Social Justice. We will offer Free Friday Curated lates and Wednesday Lunchtime Social Justice walks. Please note: we always have a low income option on all paid events: many of these are… Continue reading Our Events in JUNE LFA 2022
Georgia Could’s favourite part of our museum is its Radical Wall and here’s why…
Our preview for the Exhibition: Lost / Found: Somers Town was a success with over 90 people attending. Here’s photos – to be added. Here are photos of the Preview night for the new People’s Museum in Somers Town at 52 Phoenix road…the work of several years by local resident collective.The preview opened our first… Continue reading A great opening
Siobhan gets trained as our first Somers Town Guide!
Join us for a poetic walk about ‘Companionship’ on Thursday the 31st of March. Set off at 6pm at Somers Town Museum , 52 Phoenix Rd, Nw1 1ES for 18 ‘Associations’ around Chalton Street. Find out about William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft; and how the fairy tales behind St Pancras’ Art in Everyday life immortalise… Continue reading Our next walk