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(S)potted: Seeding the City Concert

Folk meets horticulture for this Nest Collective campfire event at Bethnal Green's Phytology site where botanists and artists come together to explore the medicinal properties of  of wild plants in urban environments as part of a 'Talks, Walks and Sustenance' weekend organised by ...

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(S)potted: Smash Lab (updated)

Laura Lowe has been producing and curating  Smash Lab for over 2 years, creating a 'night-time laboratory' for artists to move out of the usual art establishments and institutions and try out their work in progress somewhere different. The idea to create such a space was ...

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(S)potted: Republic of the Moon

The moon has been intriguing and mysterious to humans since time began and although it's been 4 decades since Niel Armstrong took his giant leap for mankind, we all still seem to be fascinated by this glowing globe in the sky. London based arts organsiation Arts ...

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(S)potted: The Butchers Apron

Radio show and podcast 'The Butchers Apron' presented and produced by Emma Gibson and Nadine Monem, undeniably inspired by the Chicago school of radio (This American Life, Third Coast International, Love & Radio), they introduce lesser known voices to explore the more unusual aspects of ...

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(S)potted: Collective 159

C/159 is part of the Camden Collective initiative to put Camden back on London's creative map by providing spaces and support for the local creative community. With financial support from the Mayors Regeneration Fund and Camden Council this is set to be ...

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(S)potted: A ‘bring your city to life’ makethon

Technology Will Save Us and littleBits get together on Saturday for the Global Makethon day around the theme 'Bring your city to life'. The idea is to get people off their computer screens and get their hands dirty with easy-to-use technology kits. ...

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(S)potted: Dirty Market – Theatre Bricoleurs

Based in Southwest London, imaginative, unconventional theatre group Dirty Market, aren't afraid to play around, swap roles and go against the grain when it comes to creating a new play. They're also renowned for using unusual spaces for their projects, creating an immersive and interactive experience, ...

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(S)potted: The Doll’s House

The Dead Doll's Club (a pop restaurant with a focus on stews installed on Kingsland road) have got that pop up bug and opened another temporary venue; Doll's House in Hoxton square. The 'member's club' concept is quite loose as it seem that you just need to befriend the Dolls ...

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(S)potted: Swan Wharf Project

This new warehouse venue Swan Wharf Project  in Hackney Wick is open for business with the launch of a temporary bar and and event space 'Swan' on Saturday 24th August, 4pm-midnight (free). With a promise of DJs outside and bands inside (including Nudes ...

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The Dalston Takeover at the V&A

The V&A has launched a series of events as part of its Friday Late series, delving into London's emerging and established creative community. First stop, Dalston. As part of this Dalston takeover, The Bootstrap Company has been asked to curate a ...

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