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The quirkiest Xmas shopping in King’s Cross

Forget the hassle of the West End (or Westfield) with our handy rundown of the area’s best gift outlets

01 Dec 2016

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Mackerel with gooseberry. Photo: SE

Four classic London neighbourhood eateries

Sure, we like to talk about the food scene in King’s Cross. But where else do we rate a mile or two beyond?

01 Dec 2016

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Local creative types coming together. Photo: PR

MUST DO: Four festive December pursuits

On the menu this week? Outdoor feasting, outdoor festive market, indoor artiness

30 Nov 2016

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Francis Crick. Photo: Wellcome Institute

The Francis Crick is open and worth a gawp

The debut public exhibition at the new Francis Crick Institute gives us a first chance to step inside and be dazzled

30 Nov 2016

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Review: Casa Tua King’s Cross

Step beyond the glitz of Granary Square’s food options to discover this independent backstreet cafe-bar

25 Nov 2016

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A still from Overground. Photo: John Rogers

Love the London Overground? Then watch the film

The Swedenborg Film Festival returns this weekend with an afternoon exploring concept of topographies

23 Nov 2016

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All the food comes from an average distance of 33 miles. Photo: KCFA

MUST DO: King’s Cross Food Assembly

Or how to support local small-scale producers every weekend

16 Nov 2016

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By day. Photo: Anthony Upton/PA Wire

See this 50-metre long artwork on Stable Street

The three-year King’s Cross Project launched this week with an ambitious work by Rana Begum

11 Nov 2016

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Lazy Eye is being shown on Nov 17th. Photo: Keyart

MUST DO: Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest 2016

This month sees the event’s sixth outing in venues across east and central London

11 Nov 2016

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What’s in your free December issue of Gasholder?

Stood up close to the mighty new Francis Crick yet? Plus the usual food reviews, arts previews & interviews

11 Nov 2016

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