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Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we spoke to Ursula Mohan, who is performing at the Camden Fringe! Camden Fringe Festival 2018, the 13th edition, takes place from 30th July till 26th August
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we interviewed Miranda Porter, who has an upcoming performance of S/he/it Happens, an original comedy about transgender dysphoria and gender identity at The Etcetera Theatre, Camden between 31st July – 3rd August, as part of Camden Fringe Festival.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we interviewed Matt Green, who is doing a new show 'Punch Up' at the Camden Comedy Club, 7 - 11 Aug 8-9pm as part of Camden Fringe 2018.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we interviewed Kheira Bey, Camden born actress who recently performed at the ‘Making Films: June Challenge’ film on the 11th July at 7pm at the Candid Arts Trust, London.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we spoke with Tash Kahn, who recently exhibited in 'Citizen' at Swiss Cottage Gallery, and artist, editor and director of @DOLPHprojects.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we spoke to John Ros, who recently exhibited in 'Citizen' at Swiss Cottage Gallery, and is interested in non-commercial, non-proprietary, open source, community-organized, sustainable practices that promote vitality and viability through awareness and action.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we spoke to Camden Fringe producers Michelle Flowers and Zena Barrie! Camden Fringe Festival 2018, the 13th edition, takes place from 30th July till 26th August
Roei Greenberg, London based Israeli artist, is one of 36 artists showcasing in the forthcoming FREE immersive pop up art exhibition entitled 'Nof', that will be taking place in Camden Market, 24th May - 29th May 2018, 10am - 6pm.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we spoke to Sara Barta, a Camden musician on the cusp of making waves in the music industry...
This month we spoke to Jackie Hagan, whose show 'This Is Not A Safe Space' at Camden People's Theatre will run from 17 to 21of April, featuring the real voices of proper skint disabled people about the complicated weirdness of being human. Expect puppetry, poetic comedy and more!
This month we spoke to painter Elizabeth McCarten, tutor for the Royal Drawing School's Young Artist Programme and winner of the Jackson Art Prize. She regularly takes her students out to paint on Hampstead Heath and has lived in Camden most of her life.
In summer 2017, Jenni Lomax stepped down as Director of Camden Arts Centre, after 27 years at the helm. Lomax became Director of Camden Arts Centre in 1990, and established a forward thinking programme of international exhibitions, artists’ residencies and education projects, all of which have artists and their ideas at the core. Love Camden spoke to her about her time at the Centre, taking its building as a starting point for a conversation about memories, legacy and the core concepts that make the Centre what it is today.