Housing is not enough – panel

In the centenary year of St Pancras Housing, we held a Panel Discussion for June’s London Festival of Architecture: Housing is not enough/ not enough housing to look at its legacy and today’s social housing. Panelists John Boughton (Municipal Dreams), Elizabeth Darling of SahGB, writer Ellen Peirson, and Jo McCafferty of Levitt Bernstein chaired by… Continue reading Housing is not enough – panel

Highlight: Somers Town Festival

Parklet chat

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

Highlights: London Festival of Architecture

LFA Flyer

An impressive programme by the People’s Museum Somers Town for the London Festival of Architecture…

Film of the Pop Up Museum

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… Continue reading Film of the Pop Up Museum

Mary Wollstonecraft Open Weekend

The group with Lester Hillman, Camden Tour Guide.

Celebrating the life of Mary Wollstonecraft in the ancient parish church of St. Pancras Old Church Art Exhibition inspired by her life / Churchyard tours / Talks on Wollstonecraft in London / Homemade cakes and tea Mary Wollstonecraft the 18th Century radical writer and feminist was married in St Pancras Old Church, lived in the Parish… Continue reading Mary Wollstonecraft Open Weekend