[dropcap]W[/dropcap]e might have started life as a daily website, but Kentishtowner is also a free 16-page full-colour monthly print edition. You’ll find it stocked at over 50 locations in K-Town, King’s Cross, Camden Town, Tufnell Park and surrounds.
Missed an issue? You can leaf through all our back editions in full-screen, iPad compatible format simply by clicking on them below. Meanwhile – for the analogue lovers and collectors – printed back issues are also available for delivery via our online shop, but hurry, stocks are very limited.
Issue 16 – Archway special edition – Discover Archway market, food, drink and shopping – Ich Bin: satchel designer & architect – Food reviews: Kentish Canteen, Truffles deli
Issue 15 – Soho comes to NW5 – 37 Ace things to do this autumn – Food Review: Anima e Cuore – Public Speaking: Shiu-Kay Kan of SKK Lighting – Sarah Park Speaks Out: Snogging on the tube
Issue 14 – Holiday on your doorstep: Top 5 local resorts – Food Reviews: Eat your way around the world, Bear + Wolf – Ich Bin Kentishtowner: Sian Pattenden & Luke Haines – Reading List: local fiction – Free Weekend? Literary blue plaque tour
Issue 13 – Camden Crawl festival special – Food Reviews: Del Parc, The Spoke & posh streetfood – Free Weekend: discover the songs of north London – Who is the Secret Artist?
Issue 12 – Tufnell Park: history, food, culture and celebs – Food Reviews: New Home and Away section, plus Porky’s – Free Weekend: Walk the smallest county in the UK – Ich Bin Kentishtowner: Fleur Disney
Issue 11 – Nimby vs Hipster: Whose town is it anyway? – Inside K-Town’s creative squats – Free Weekend: Handy guide to Belsize Park – Ich Bin Kentishotwner with Dappy – Casa Tua + 6 more places we like reviewed
Issue 10 – Camden Town special – Best coffee, bars, restaurants and galleries – Quirky shopping – The story of Collective 159 – Camden’s new musical generation
Issue 9 – Kentish Town’s Lost Cinemas – Best brunch menus in north London – Christmas shopping guide – Interview: Xfm’s Phil Clifton – Reviews: Negozio Classica and Beetroot Deli
Issue 8 – Prince of Wales Rd: map of a cultural hotspot – Boy George: Exclusive full interview – Free Weekend? Explore Holloway Road – Nick Offer’s NW5-inspired artwork – Reviews: Phileus Hog at the Abbey Tavern & Ruby Doc
Issue 7 – Poitin – formerly illegal spirit now poured in KT – Harry: the life and times of a butcher – Free Weekend? Explore Primrose Hill – Sir John Betjeman’s Kentish Town – Reviews: Ginger & White and Salvino deli
Issue 6 – Giles Coren on Pizza East – Alice Lascelles on Drinker’s Paradise – Free Weekend? Explore Clapton – Where the hell is the Gospel Oak? – Amy Winehouse in pictures
Issue 5 – Kentishtowner artist Russell Loughlan – Free Weekend? Explore King’s Cross – Top 7 beer gardens – Photos of Kentish Town West in the 70s – Life Tips from a Dry Cleaner
Issue 4 – Alma Street Fair preview – Gillian Tindall interview – Top 5 local ice creams – South End Green special – Ian Douglas on bees in KT
Issue 3 – Kentishtowner Cultural Map – Spring arts special – Bob Stanley: 20 years of Mario’s Cafe – My big, fat Kentishtowner wedding – Top 5 cocktails in the manor
Issue 2 – Cover art competition winner – Food Special – Queen’s Crescent history – Free Weekend: Swain’s Lane – Bull & Gate farewell
Issue 1 – Jason Wilde’s photography studio – 5-page Reader Awards special – Rick Edwards – Esther Walker – Is Kentish Town really changing?
Print back issues are available in extremely limited quantities from our shop. Complete your collection now, before it’s too late.