The Roundhouse publishes enormous archive of posters to celebrate 50 years as a performing arts centre
Alexandra Sevareid

If the walls of the Roundhouse could talk, the anecdotes would be immense. The iconic London venue is where Andy Warhol performed his only play, where the world's biggest bouncy castle was inflated indoors, where Antony Gormley's ominous You figure stands surveying Camden's crowds from the roof, and LSD-fuelled naked theatre was once a thing.