Things to do - Camden Rise

Things to do

Youth clubs and projects

CSU creative arts courses - a young woman at work

Find out more about what Camden's youth centres and projects have to offer here.

For education, careers and training advice, please contact our Careers and Connexions service.

Camden Summer University

Camden Summer University

Are you aged 13 to 19? Do you live in Camden, go to a Camden state school or attend a Camden Council youth centre?  

Then you can choose from nearly 70 free courses in arts, media, fashion, sport, cookery, work and life skills with Camden Summer University at venues across the borough. The programme runs from Thursday 25 July to Friday 23 August 2024. Check the website from 5 June onwards to view courses - bookings open on 17 June.

Looking for ways to be more active?

Find out how to get involved in sport and physical activities, including swimming, dance and after-school sports clubs, as well holiday activities, including Multi-Sport Camps, Girls Get Moving Mondays and football sessions. (Photo by Karishma Puri).

Girl's football team

More activities

Camden Sport and Physical Activity Directory     

Friday Night Project - Talacre Sports Centre

Camden Active - bookings for activities and pitches

Arts and culture

Camden is famous for its amazing music, arts and culture. Find out what’s going on at Love Camden.

Our borough is home to a generation of Windrush children - innovators, creatives, artists, musicians and disruptors who have influenced the face of modern and contemporary Britain. Come along and explore this important heritage at a one-day free event to celebrate the borough's Windrush story and showcase Camden’s Caribbean heritage, culture and communities.

Our special celebration event takes place at Talacre Town Green, on Saturday 22 June, 12noon to 7pm. There will be music, food, arts and crafts, sporting activities and much more!   

For the latest details of our Windrush programme, including our podcasts, featuring interviews with Windrush descendants, community leaders, activists and experts visit

The Roundhouse