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

Westminster Kingsway College pocket park

Cityscapes: Westminster Kingsway College pocket park

[dropcap]D[/dropcap]espite its all-conquering presence, HS2 isn’t the only player in town when it comes to transforming the neighbourhood. Down a quiet side street, purposefully removed from the frenzied transport routes, an organisation called Cityscapes have been carving out a new ...

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

The full company at Theatro Technis Scene & Heard

The story of Scene & Heard at Theatro Technis

Euston's unique mentoring project, which pairs local kids with professional actors, writers and directors

David Tovey and painting

The extraordinary story of ex-homeless artist David Tovey

Clare Hand on a man who went from sleeping on the streets to running ...

John Baldessari at Frieze Sculptures

Frieze Sculptures is free all summer in Regent’s Park

Diverse and striking works by international artists in the part of the park that ...

Memory Soldier at Camden People's Theatre, Camden Fringe

Camden Fringe is back all August

The venue that was once home to a boozer is once again showcasing an ...