Dancing with hula hoops - Free pre-show workshop

Date: 29th April 2015, 18:15 Venue: The Place Dancing with hula hoops; discover what lies beyond the tricks and how Amy Hodge uses hula hoops in dance-theatre to explore women on the cusp of change in her new show 7-75.

Living in the Extremes: the Quest of an Astrobiologist

Date: 22 April 2015, 18:00 - 20:00 Venue: Institute of Physics Where do we come from? What is our future on Earth and beyond? Are we alone in the universe? For the first time since these questions were posed thousands of years ago, they may now be answered.

Camden continues to call for extra Low Emission Zone measures

Following the Mayor of London’s confirmation on 26 March that an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will be introduced in central London in 2020, Camden Council has criticised the Mayor of London for not including Euston Road in the ULEZ scheme and will continue to campaign for further measures to combat poor air quality.

Disunited kingdom: London in a world of its own

Janan Ganesh, political columnist for the Financial Times has published a fascinating think piece about the regeneration of the Knowledge Quarter, as part of an article considering the disparity between London and the rest of the country.

Pioneering investment fund brings social finance to the arts

A fund that brings together public, private and charitable investment to support arts organisations has been launched. This is the first of its kind to focus on the social, artistic and financial return created by arts-based organisations.

Rethinking Bloomsbury Squares for the Knowledge Quarter

The Bloomsbury Squares are renowned worldwide for their rich architectural heritage, their association with the artistic 'Bloomsbury Group', and for creative, forward thinking individuals.

Being Human festival returns for second year

Being Human, the UK’s only national festival of the humanities, is back for another year and is now inviting applications from across the country for public event funding.
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Mayor unveils new plan to halt underselling of London's cultural riches

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson this week unveiled his vision to build on London's success as a top destination for culture hungry visitors.

Wild Swimming in the City

Venue: The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB Date: 6th May 2015. 18:30 - 20:00

Knowledge Quarter Partner Networking

Date: 31st March 2015, 18:00 – 20:00 Venue: The Foundling Museum