Where to find the first issue of 2019


In which we nosey around the neighbourhood with fresh eyes, as well as bring you a round-up of super-exciting happenings for the new year



We’re now deep into the low-key cool of January. And the only resolution we’ve made is take a glance around the locale with fresh eyes.

Inside we’ve done just that, with a look at the stories behind three lesser-known buildings in King’s Cross that are worth checking out in 2019.

Most of you’ll be familiar with Granary Square or Coal Drops Yard, but what about the more tucked-away Platform Theatre (pictured here on our cover), which opened alongside Central Saint Martins in 2011? We find out exactly who’s behind its eclectic programme of works by students and experimental production companies alike.

Opposite is the R7 building, a striking new block that’s home to the Everyman Cinema, Happy Face Pizzeria and vermouth bar Supermax. We track down architect Joe Morris for the lowdown on how he and his team did it – whilst admiring the panoramic view from the rooftop.


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January 2019 cover. Credit: LBTM

Meanwhile, across the canal, author Jane Giles talks us through the history of the legendary Scala when it was a hedonistic alternative cinema.

Elsewhere inside the issue is a raft of awesome things to do across King’s Cross (and the rest of the capital) this month, and a round-up of three new LGBTQ films you can’t miss (including this one).

We also give our verdict on new N1C arrival Hicce, an all-weathers alfresco dining terrace in Bloomsbury – and even hop to Brill in Buckinghamshire for a wintry weekend break.

Pick up a free copy from one of the Londonwide outlets below.

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There are now 40 new distribution points. Coal Drops Yard is coming soon too!

Gasholder is now also available in a selection of hotel lobbies, office reception areas and rail travel lounges across London.

Aegis – Gracechurch St
Arcadia – Marylebone House
Highgate Studios – Kentish Town
Jones Lang LaSalle – Regents Quarter
Lenta Business Centre – Grove Business Centre
Regents Place Management – Euston
Regus – Euston
Regus – Regents Place
The Office Group – Marylebone
Vizeum UK Ltd – Triton St
Ibis – Euston St Pancras
The Landmark Hotel
London Marriott – Regents Park
MIC Hotel and Conference Centre
Fitness First – Camden
Fitness First – Kilburn
London Business School Fitness Centre
Virgin Active
TFL Visitor Centre – Paddington
Telegraph Media Group
Perception – Google
American Express Restaurant
123 Buckingham Palace Road – Google, Sky
Invesco – Marylebone
Pixelogicmedia – Sony DADC
Pearsons Plc – Penguin Random House
Barclay’s Wealth & Investment Management
45 Mortimer Street – New Look
Arcadia – 216 Oxford Street
The Gherkin – Standard Life
5 Canada Square – Bank Of America Merrill Lynch
ITV Studios – Upperground
The Financial Times
Kensington Estates Ltd – The White Company
Gatwick Express lounge
Stansted Express lounge
Virgin lounge – Euston station
Virgin lounge – King’s Cross station

Or pick up a free copy from one of the usual outlets:

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STOCKISTS WIDER KING’S CROSS/ CENTRAL LONDON

Fixed distribution units in King’s Cross, St Pancras, Euston, Warren Street, Bloomsbury, Exmouth Market, Kentish Town

UAL St Martin’s (entrance to the right of Caravan), Granary Square N1C
KX Visitor’s Centre, Stable Street KX Visitor’s Centre, Stable Street
Outside Euston Station, corner of Melton Street and Euston Square Gardens
Waitrose KX, Granary Square N1C
Outside Warren Street Underground station W1
Coram’s Fields end of Lamb’s Conduit Street WC1
Judd Street outside Camden Town Hall WC1
Exmouth Market outside Caravan EC1
Outside Kentish Town West Overground NW5
Outside Phoenicia Food Hall, Kentish Town Road NW5

Other stockists include

Ruby Violet, Everyman On The Corner, Drake & Morgan, Water Rats, Youtube Space, SLAM, Casa Tua, The Place, Urbanest Student Accommodation, Skip Garden Café, Dishoom, Greek Larder, Knight Frank office, FRAME studios, The Star of Kings, Pancras Square Library, The Lighterman, The Gilbert Scott (restaurant and bar), The Somers Town Coffee House, Camden Town Hall, Skoob Books, KCBNA (Marchmont St Community Centre), 06 St Chads, The Fellow, D.A.S.H Coffee, Drink, Shop & Do, Housmans Bookshop, Camino, The Poor School, The Big Chill House, Honest Burgers, Nido Kings Cross, The Surya Centre, The Lexington, Shaw Theatre, Unite Students, Sanctuary Students, Unite Students, Lincoln Lounge, Four Cup, Rocket, Sanctuary Students, Peel Centre


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