Our very own Esther Leslie has an event at Open House Festival called ‘Somers Town: Disappearances and Emergencies‘ – more here Very timely, with 42 Phoenix Road demolition in progress, as shown here, and the hoardings marking the disappearance of our park Brill Place open space for the erection of the 28-storey luxury tower block, […]
A Rachel Whiteread-a-like installation is emerging phoenix-like from the remains of the demolition in Somers Town…
Yesterday we were out again at Chalton Street Market. We got cut short by the rain but still got to meet some new people and hear their thoughts on black history in Somers Town, the need to pass on knowledge to the younger generation, the music scene in the 70s and the context behind some […]
The Somers Town Pop Up Museum has launched! We’ve had two events so far, one at Chalton Street market last Friday and a boxing focused event on Wednesday at the Gasholders. We’re learning new things about our history everyday. Come along and see us tomorrow at Chalton Street market if you have a story to […]
In Somers Town too.
Another addition to local history – a short video bite’ telling of a sermon in St Aloysuis For #MuseumFromHome tells of an 1815 sermon at St Aloysuis – Somers Town St Pancras History
Fairy tale walk…
Join our virtual walk this Saturday – Gilbert Bayes finials with fairy tales explained.
Connect online to our virtual walk this Saturday: ‘Radical journeys’.
Photos of Somers Town built environment at the Welcome Collection in a day of discussion on social housing – Build Up.