Unravelling Histories: a tour of radical King's Cross at the Camden Local Studies and Archives

The demolition of the King’s Cross monument in 1845; courtesy Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre

As part of a series of events accompanying the King's Cross Editorial Office, join us for an exploration of King’s Cross's rich history at Camden Local Studies and Archives.

Guided by archivist Tudor Allen and the team at the CLSA centre, the visit will unravel some of the the many histories, events and transformations that have turned King’s Cross into one of the main routes of Europe. The Centre contains over 200,000 items on the history of the borough of Camden; whether you are interested in the radical history of King’s Cross, in its development and architecture or in the history of its LGBTQ communities, the archive offers a multiplicity of lenses through which to look at this complex neighbourhood.

This event is free and open to all. To book a spot please email admin@artscatalyst.org or telephone 020 7278 8373.