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With photographs, maps and documents from the period, this exhibition explores London as it was one hundred years ago, looking at changes to the city and the lives of Londoners as the country went to war.
Camden isn't necessarily known for it's sandy beaches, but from July 26th the Roundhouse opens Camden beach, complete with fish and chips, beach huts, a rooftop garden and a swimming pool, not to mention live music too!
Jacqueline Wilson, Children's Laureate from 2005-2007 is probably most famous for her books-turned-tv-series 'Tracy Beaker'. The V and A Childrens Museum has a fantastic exhibition on the authors life and inspirations as well as her stories.