Queen’s Crescent Summer Party returns this summer. Hosted by Queen’s Crescent Community Association, it celebrates home-grown talent, enterprise and local pride.
Queen’s Crescent is one of Camden’s most vibrant streets. It weaves together cultures from all over the world. The Street Party brings out the best of the Crescent by showcasing the passion and talent of its eclectic residents, as well as the creativity tucked away in Camden’s community-based projects. Currently on the billing:
- Live Music by Home-Grown Artists
- Community Awards by Michael Palin
- Queen’s Crescent Crufts
- Camden Roundhouse Street Circus
- Donkey shows; Kentish Town City Farm
- World Food Stalls
- Local Yoga, Martial arts and Sports Club Demos
- Emergency Response Demos
- Football Tournament
- Cake Stalls
- Poetry readings, Henna, Live illustrators, Mosaic-Making and Painters
Queen’s Crescent Market, one of Camden’s oldest, will be open. Vintage and East Asian clothes, fabrics and brick-a-brack stalls bring the Street its signature bustling atmosphere. Get a taste of food from around the globe; Jamaican, Bangladeshi and many more indie food stalls cover just about every corner of the globe. And celebrate a year of outstanding local achievements with a multicultural community.
About Queen’s Crescent Community Association (QCCA)
QCCA is a high quality services provider for Camden residents, especially those living in Gospel Oak. Responding to need, we foster community development, acting as a hub for local people. Investing in the community and working in partnership with other organisations, we create opportunities that empower the locale. We stand for a partnership to foster social cohesion, challenge disadvantage, and improve quality of life and the standard of living for all our members. The Street Party is funded by the People’s Health Trust with money raised through the Health Lottery.