News

All the latest events, openings and happenings at King’s Cross.

The Plimsoll Building
Wednesday 19th March 2014

The Plimsoll Building

One apartment remains for purchase in The Plimsoll Building, ready to move in today. Overlooking Gasholder Park and The Regent’s Canal from a large south…

Comics Unmasked
Wednesday 19th March 2014

Comics Unmasked

In anticipation of Comics Unmasked, the UK’s biggest comics exhibition to date, the British Library has unveiled a brand new artwork by ‘Tank Girl’ and ‘Gorillaz’…

Beer Festival
Wednesday 19th March 2014

Beer Festival

Don’t miss the last few days of a Spring Beer Festival celebrating British and local ales at the Star of Kings, located a stone’s throw…

Outlandish Nights at Kings Place
Wednesday 19th March 2014

Outlandish Nights at Kings Place

Check out Kings Place mini-series Outlandish Nights, which is co-curated by acclaimed songwriters Alasdair Roberts and Emily Portman and reflects the darker and more leftfield elements…

Tea with Mother
Wednesday 19th March 2014

Tea with Mother

On Sunday 30 March, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is hosting ‘Tea with Mother’ in the historic Ladies Smoking Room. From 1.30pm-5pm, Afternoon Tea will be…

A King’s Cross love story
Wednesday 19th March 2014

A King’s Cross love story

Almost 200 years ago Mary Godwin Wollstonecraft, famed for writing gothic novel Frankenstein, and romantic poet Percy Shelley declared their love for each other in…

Ice Art in Granary Square
Wednesday 19th March 2014

Ice Art in Granary Square

This amazing ice sculpture took centre stage in Granary Square in aid of Walking with the Wounded. People from the charity, which raises funds to retrain…

Waitrose designs unveiled
Wednesday 5th March 2014

Waitrose designs unveiled

The first picture of the new Waitrose and cookery school at King’s Cross in the historic Midland Goods Shed and East Handyside Canopy has been revealed. Architects…

St Pancras Pooch
Wednesday 5th March 2014

St Pancras Pooch

Does your dog have what it takes to become the ‘St Pancras Pooch‘? The St Pancras Renaissance Hotel has launched a Facebook competition searching for the…

Jeremy Collier lecture
Wednesday 5th March 2014

Jeremy Collier lecture

Don’t miss a fascinating lecture at St Pancras Old Church called ‘Jeremy Collier RIP: Visionary Bishop and Infamous Outlaw’. Collier, an Anglo-Catholic, Jacobite and outlaw, was…

Power Trip
Wednesday 5th March 2014

Power Trip

Last week, the King’s Cross Energy Centre was switched on by Councillor Phil Jones, who leads on sustainability issues for Camden Council. Other guests, including London…

KERB’s moving
Tuesday 4th March 2014

KERB’s moving

It’s all change for KERB King’s Cross as London’s finest street food collective today left its home at King’s Boulevard to make the short move to…

Skip Garden Café
Tuesday 4th March 2014

Skip Garden Café

The Kings Cross Skip Garden fed and watered the public, as well as the plants, at its monthly café last Saturday (1 March). Visitors were able…

Titchmarsh at Kings Place
Tuesday 4th March 2014

Titchmarsh at Kings Place

Don’t miss popular TV presenter Alan Titchmarsh talk about his new book ‘Bring Me Home’ at Kings Place this month. Titchmarsh, who has authored more than forty…

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