Egg lights

MUST DO: Parties along (and in!) the canal

Where to get your Regent’s Canal rave on, this bank holiday and beyond

26 Aug 2016

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Boudicca: not to found on the escalators either, despite this depiction. Illustration: Sarah Mulvanny

Boudicca isn’t buried beneath Platform 10 at King’s Cross

In an extract from his new book, ‘Everything You Know About London is Wrong’, Matt Brown tells us why this legend is pure local hokum

24 Aug 2016

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Cute: the tasting rack. Photo: SE

Ruby Violet King’s Cross: what’s the tasting menu like?

The famous ice cream parlour opened last month right by the canal just off Granary Square Here’s what you should try

17 Aug 2016

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Holloway Road: try these four new openings

The all-new Edward Lear heralds a slew of N7 arrivals to discover this month

12 Aug 2016

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Gerry McGlynn:  'The Irish contingent in London has long gone'. Photo: Andy Stewart (manfriday.london)

What’s it like running a traditional boozer nowadays?

Meet Gerry McGlynn, who’s been at the helm of his pub off the Euston Road for 25 years

09 Aug 2016

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Gasholder Sept

What’s in your free September issue of Gasholder?

Our summer food and drink special is free and out now across King’s Cross and central London

06 Aug 2016

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Get nostalgic with classic sports day malarkey. Photo: John Sturrock

MUST DO: Summer freebies around Granary Square

A two-week musicfest, a retro Sports Day for adults and kids – and a wily bee trail

03 Aug 2016

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LO Simon Booker author shot

Without Trace: why you always remember the bad reviews

Screenwriter turned author Simon Booker on the perils of unleashing a debut novel into the online stratosphere

28 Jul 2016

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Gorgeous: the lamb

Review: Smoke & Salt, N1

Somewhere between the shores of King’s Cross and Islington lies this ambitious six-month residency

22 Jul 2016

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War and peace

MUST DO: War & Peace Revival

Less than an hour on the high speed from King’s Cross is this quirky four-day festival

21 Jul 2016

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