Three Lessons in Community Storytelling

Over the last few months the King’s Cross Story Palace team have been looking back at the stories we’ve heard, so that we can do them justice when we share them with the world. Understanding the storytelling process, and pushing the limits of how we share stories with the communities we’re working with will also …

Sticky Memories: Camden Encounters

Originally commissioned in 2015 by curator Charlie Levine as part of a year long arts programme marking 50 years since the formation of the Borough of Camden Council as it stands today, (#Camden50). It is fabulous to have the chance to air these ‘Encounters’ in the form of voices, photographs and videos again via Historypin. …

Autumnal Apple Juicing

Last week the King’s Cross Story Palace team were invited to take part in an Apple Juicing day on the Priory Green Estate. Run by The Orchard Project, a national charity dedicated to the creation, restoration and celebration of community orchards, the Apple Juicing day was a lovely way to bring the local community together. …

The Last Chapter in our LGBTQI* and Women’s History theme

As our LGBTQI+ and Women’s History theme starts to draw to a close, we’re looking forward to letting our hair down. We’ve joined forces with our friend Rob Pateman, to host an afternoon of showcase stories, informal chats and musical highlights. We’ll look at gay London through the ages, so we can reflect, reminisce, and …