Culture

It’s not just a big train station, you know. From The Wellcome Collection to the area’s excellent theatres and creative pop-up installations, here’s your ultimate guide to the rich culture waiting to be discovered in and around Euston

The story of the New Diorama Theatre, Regent’s Place

[dropcap]"W[/dropcap]e opened nearly a decade ago, which is terrifying,” says Helen Matravers, sitting in the buzzy cafe that’s attached to the New Diorama. A trained actor, Helen realised early on in her career that she was happier behind the scenes, ...

Like magic? Smoke and Mirrors is now open at Wellcome

If you're intrigued by the mystery of seances, misdirection and mentalism, head to Euston ...

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Cityscapes: Westminster Kingsway College pocket park

Head to Longford Street to see Euston's latest reinvented pocket of green space

Make Space: a creative takeover of art, workshops and events

Head to this three-week pop-up in Regent's Place for exhibitions, performances and workshops to ...

Camden People's theatre

Celebrating 25 years of Camden People’s Theatre

We chat with Brian Logan, artistic director of Euston’s home of experimental theatre

Craft & Graft: the new show at The Crick

Meet the technicians, engineers and specialists supporting science at Europe’s biggest biomedical research institute

Artwork from Cats on the Page at British Library

Last chance to catch Cats On The Page, British Library

The free show celebrating four-legged friends in literature ends in mid-March so get there ...

MUST DO: Dinomania at Diorama, Regent’s Place

Ponder the story of the earth's creation in a new show at the NW1 ...

This new public work of art is a breath of fresh air – literally

A new sculpture planned for Euston Green Link will also reduce airborne pollutants

The exterior of a building in Montparnasse, Paris, part of Living with Buildings

MUST DO: Living with Buildings, Wellcome Collection

How do the spaces we inhabit affect us? This is an unmissable new exhibition