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(S)potted: Freshly Scratched

Battersea Arts Centre has opened up the opportunity for performance  artists and companies to try out work in progress in font of a 'supportive' audience, Freshly Scratched.  This follows a growing trend for audiences to be invited to view work in early ...

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(S)potted: Kinetica at BL-NK

With a focus on the promotion of multidisciplinary art forms, collaboration and cross-over between artists, scientists, technologists, engineers and academics,  Kinetica Museum have carved a niche as international trans- disciplinary art curators. To launch their partnership with the new BL-NK creative/tech hub space ...

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(S)potted: Platforms & The Annexe Playroom

The production company 2Twos comprising of Vernon Douglas (dance workshop facilitator) , Claire Sivier, Bid Mosaku and Tian Glasgow, have combined their skills to create a platform for other people's talents. 'Platforms' is a bi-monthly night giving artists 15 minutes to shine and the opportunity to try out ideas and ...

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(S)potted: LEAF 2013

This weekend, LEAF (London Electronic Art Festival) is taking over the Circus Space in Shoreditch with a HUB hosting  a series of talks, showcases, films and workshops and masterclasses all around electronic music and beyond. There are also a whole load of DJ events and live sets ...

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(S)potted: Ophelia – a new theatre space in Dalston

Lift574, a café on Kingsland road in Dalston has refurbished its basement to host a small theater, comedy and live music venue. After several name changes they've decided to stick to lake lady 'Ophelia' and will be launching on the 8th November with a walk in events ...

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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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Rooftop Film Club

Gerry Cottle Jnr left his job in promotions and PR to create his own concept 'Rooftop Film Club' three years ago, bringing classic and well-loved movies to an outdoor rooftop location in London. With a regular program of favourites on the Queen of Hoxton's roof, classic films on Kensington Rooftop ...

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The Floating Cinema

London's canals were once the route for goods coming into the city from all over the world. Floating Cinema is a slow moving art space, traveling through London's waterways this summer bringing a programme of visual art events inspired by the 'Extra Ordinary', curated by Hackney based artists ...

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(S)potted: The Nest Collective

The Nest Collective have been leading the way in London's and indeed the UK's renewed interest in traditional folk music. Their many events and festival stages have tried to stay true to folk tradition by recreating the intimate and community aspect that is the root ...

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Soundtracks Festival

Soundtracks Festival celebrates the East to South London section of the Overground by exploring unique venues along this line from Dalston to Peckham as well as making use of the trains for busker type gigs along the way. The second installation of the festival took place in on Saturday 11th ...

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