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The first of London’s ‘Magnificent Seven’ Victorian burial grounds, Kensal Green Cemetery is a proper hidden gem. It’s a patch of eerie quiet surrounded by canals, train tracks and gasholders, and packed with towering gothic mausoleums, dead celebs (from Isambard Kingdom Brunel to Freddie Mercury) and other long-gone Londoners. And now it’s also home to a new art gallery that’s taken up residence in the grand, Grecian Dissenters’ Chapel. The Dissenters’ Gallery has dedicated its opening year to solo shows by up-and-coming female artists, starting this week with Nadina Talalla. It’ll also host live gigs, multi-sensory workshops and experimental performances. It’s the perfect place to get your culture fix and soak up some gothic chills this winter. Don’t mind the ghosts.
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