1 – The Crypt Gallery is located in St Pancras Church, built in 1822 in the Greek Revival style. The four caryatids on each side of the building guard the entrance to the crypt, the place of the underworld where burials took place until 1854. If you walk around the church, you will encounter a sculpture by Emily Young by the entrance and two imposing sculptures by David Breuer-Weil on Euston Road.
2 – The Constitution pub is a traditional and local pub with a spacious beer garden overlooking Regent’s Canal. Its cellar bar has been hosting concerts for years and has a regular Jazz, Ska and Reggae music night on Wednesdays. You can enter the pub by the main door on street level or access the cellar bar directly on the canal.
3 – The Torriano Meeting House is situated on the junction of Torriano Avenue and Leighton Road, and although it looks hidden amidst its residential surrounding, it has been a place of artistic and political significance in Kentish Town. Poetry readings occur there every Sunday evening, and meetings by various groups take place in this intimate and historical space.
The Constitution Pub and Torriano Meeting House have disability access but no disability access to toilets. The Crypt Gallery has no disability access.
1 – If you would like to explore the streets around the crypt, listen to the sound journey Hidden Traces created by Gabriele Reuter & Mattef Kuhlmey for the dance institution The Place and with the support of the British Library: