Happy Spring one and all!
If you’re coming out of hibernation, why not make Coal Drops Yard and Granary Square your destination? The coolest spot in N1, Coal Drops Yard in King's Cross has the cutest, most interesting independent shops – including Beija :) and fun things to do in London. Coals Drops Yard and Granary Square are tucked away from the traffic and stress of central London, and run alongside a tranquil canal, the perfect place to shop, eat, drink and watch fountains with friends. Why not come and check out Coal Drops Yard?
What’s on this spring?
From 14 March – the vending machine on the viaduct level will be refreshed with products from LUSH. Treat yourself to some handmade, eco-friendly and smell-tacular beauty products from sustainable favourite, LUSH.
01 April – The Grass Steps return to the canal side.
13 April – 29 May – Travel Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Outside Art Project, Pancras Square and Granary Square A unique award run by photographers for photographers, open to entries both amateur and professional from all over the world. Travel photography encompasses a wide range of genres and subjects, from landscape to food, architecture to people and from reportage to wildlife and more.
15-17 April – Weekly Lower Stable Street market returns with the Shotengai Market takeover on opening weekend taking inspiration from Japan’s many Shōtengai (local market streets), there'll be a mix of stalls featuring Japanese homeware and food.
22 April – Earth Day - King’s Cross.
23-24 April – Classic Car Boot Sale – Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard A wonderful curated weekend, bringing you the best in classic cars, vintage goods, street food, cocktails and music - yet this time with an eco twist.
06-08 May – The Drops Market – Coal Drops Yard featuring some of the UK’s hottest up-and-coming designers.
14 May – The Electric Art Car Boot Fair - Lewis Cubitt Square featuring celebrity buskers, performances, exciting Artist experiences, yummy food and bars... come for the art and stay for the party! Tickets available here
27 June – 17 July – King’s Cross Screen on the Canal. A movie from the banks of the canal on a summer’s evening – what could be better? Films and screenings run throughout the day and every evening. The festival is free and open to all.
30 June – 3 July – The Other Art Fair - West Handyside Canopy combining original yet affordable works from 140 independent artists with immersive installations, performances, DJs – and a fully stocked bar.
16 July – The Independent Label Market – Coal Drops Yard.