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Proud Gallery (or Sony Ericsson Proud Camden as their sponsors now insist it is called) is often described as the "hippest", "coolest", "most fun" and "most important" photographic Gallery by newspapers as varied as the Sun and Mirror to The Times and The Guardian. The gallery's popular culture themes such as music, fashion, film and sport, create highly accessible, entertaining and respected shows including Destroy: The Sex Pistols, Rankin's Nudes, The Rock n Roll Years, Underexposed, Rebel Life: Bob Marley, and Hip Hop Immortals, - attracting blanket media coverage and full-house, star-studded opening nights. (Picture above from a Rankin exhibition). Proud Gallery: The Gin House, The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, NW1 8AH Tel: 020 7482 3867 . Opening times: Monday to Thursday 10.00am til 7.00pm. Friday to Sunday 11.00am til 6.00pm

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Jewish MuseumJewish Museum

Through its permanent displays and changing exhibitions, the Jewish Museum explores the diversity of Jewish life in Britain and beyond. Visitors can explore Jewish religious life and view the Museum's stunning collection of Jewish Ceremonial Art - one of the finest in the world. The History Gallery traces Jewish history in Britain from the Norman conquest to recent times, while the temporary Exhibitions Gallery shows changing exhibitions on a wide range of themes. Jewish Museum: Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden, London NW1 7NB. Tel: 020 7284 1997. Opening hours: Mon - Thurs 10am to 4pm, Sundays 10am to 5pm Admission: 3.50, OAPs 2.50, children 1.50

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London Zoo

London Zoo hosts many different exhibitions throughout the year in addition to its primary role exhibiting animals. The zoo itself is well worth a visit and perhaps the best way of getting there (at least during Summer months) is by narrowboat along the canal from Camden Lock Market. You can buy a ticket for the zoo and the return boatride from the London Waterbus Service office in Camden Lock Market or tel: 020 7482 2660

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