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

MUST DO: Writing: Making Your Mark, British Library

[dropcap]E[/dropcap]gyptian hieroglyphs carved in stone, medieval manuscripts, gold-laden Japanese calligraphy, iconic fonts and even emojis: the British Library’s new show promises to take us on a 5000-year exploration of – yep you guessed it – the written word. The exhibition ...

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

Laura Evans talks all things thespian with senior producer Helen Matravers

MUST DO: Pinto mi Raya, Chalton Gallery

Don't miss the new free exhibition of two influential Mexican artists

Go deep into Euston’s Lost Tunnels

Always fancied a wander down a disused tube tunnel? You'd better be quick

Look at these 13 awesome photos of Euston

Photographer Dan Hall takes a sideways glance at the neighbourhood

The British Library is launching its own Story Garden

The aim is to bring a growing, cooking and community-building space to a one-acre ...

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