Where to find the August issue of Gasholder


In this issue we take a look at the legendary nightclubs that made King’s Cross in the ’90s. Plus a three-page food guide, and brand new travel section



Rave on: our August issus is free and available everywhere!
Rave on: our new issue is free and available everywhere!
Your brand new, totally free, August print edition of Gasholder hits over 100 outlets in eight postcodes today (see below for stockists), featuring an epic history of clubbing in and around King’s Cross, from Bagley’s to The Cross, The Key to Canvas.

Elsewhere, in our arts pages, we take a look at graf artist Eine’s new work, and peek inside Panarmonium, the vast new stage and bar hitting Lewis Cubitt square all summer.

We’re also dishing up a three-page food special featuring hot new opening Granger & Co, old fave Grain Store – and revamped Islington boozer The Canonbury. And in our new travel section, we hop on the high speed train to soak up the seaside delights of Folkestone.

Here’s where to find a copy, FREE at key pubs, bars, shops and cafes in eight London postcodes: N1, WC1, N7, EC1, N1C, NW1, W1 and NW5.


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MAIN GASHOLDER STOCKISTS

King’s Cross N1/N1C
Central Saint Martin’s entrance (official stockist), King’s Cross Visitor Centre (11 Stable Street – our biggest stockist), Dishoom, Granger & Co, Drink Shop Do, DASH coffee, Grain Store, Notes, Vinoteca, GNH Hotel bar, Harris & Hoole, Vegan Cafe, Pattern Coffee, Canal, King’s Cross Visitors Centre, TED, Big Chill, Honest Burger, The Poor School, King’s Place, Star of King’s, The Fellow, Housmans Bookshop, KC Continental, Camino, Lexington, Surya, Camley Street Park, 2 Pancras Square library and leisure centre, Parcel Yard, Canal Museum, Pan MacMillan, Clink Hostels 180 & 261, Travelodge

Islington N1
The Canonbury, Hope & Anchor, Slim Jim’s Upper St, The Islington, The Old Queens’s Head, The Lamb on Holloway Road (opp church)

Bloomsbury/ King’s Cross WC1
06 St Chad’s Place, Nivens, Paolina Thai Cafe, Half Cup cafe, Lord John Russell, Judd Books, Gay’s The Word, New Bloomsbury Set, Moreish Cafe, Union Tavern, Holiday Inn, Travelodge, Bloomsbury Theatre, Hotel Mercurey, UCL, SOAS Union, SOAS Brunei Gallery, Wellcome Collection, The Place

St Pancras/ Somerstown/ Camden NW1
The Gilbert Scott, Betjeman Arms, Jaunty Flaneur (St Pancras Grand), Somerstown Coffee House, Cosy Kettle, Shaker & Company, Lord Stanley, Casa Tua Camden

Caledonian Road/York Way N7
Shillibeers pub & deli, Pleasance Theatre, Omnibus Centre, Kris Craft Beers

Clerkenwell EC1
Bonnie Gull, Exmouth Arms, Easton, Cafe Pistou, Brill Cafe, Slaughtered Lamb, Look Mum No Hands, Tileyard

Kentish Town NW5
Phoenicia Food Hall, The Fields Beneath


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