From Edgy Youth to All Grown Up

Over the past 100 years, King’s Cross and the surrounding area has changed from a flourishing  industrial heartland, through decline and dereliction to reinvention as a high end place to live, work and socialise. While many former residents have left as a result of the ongoing transformation, others remain in the area’s established housing estates. The changes that have taken place have created new opportunities, but are these opportunities open to everyone?

The exhibition will be held at:

Pancras Square Library, 5 Pancras Rd, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AG

Dates and times:

Wednesday 14th November to Tuesday 27th November 2018. Monday to Saturday, 8am – 8pm and Sunday 11am – 5pm.

Programme of activities:

We are hosting a series of activities to compliment our final exhibition.

Film Screenings with Everyman King’s Cross

14-18 Handyside Street, London, N1C 4DN

High Hopes (1988), dir. by Mike Leigh

Monday 19th November, 4.50pm

The life of a working class family living in King’s Cross and their complicated relationship with each other. There will be a Q&A with project participants after the film.

Somers Town (2008), dir. by Shane Meadows

Sunday 25th November, 11am

A black and white study of a social environment in the Somers Town area, focusing on two young boys and the girl they fancy.

For further details and to book tickets click the links above or visit Everyman:


Meeting point for both walks: Foyer of Pancras Square Library

Coming in from the Cold: Occupation and Refuge in King’s Cross 

Saturday 17th November, 11am

Inspiring Women of King’s Cross

Saturday 24th November, 11am


Celebration Event: Women of King’s Cross

Wednesday 21st November, 11am at St Pancras Square Library

Publication launch and inspiring women’s walk