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Chrisp Street on Air: The voice of a market

Interdisciplinary group The Decorators, give a voice to the local community living and working in and around Poplar’s Chrisp Street Market through a series of 9 podcasts 'The Neighbourhood 9' as well as broadcasts from a temporary built radio studio. Like ...

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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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Behind the scenes at Bootstrap

As part of the Audio Routes series, step behind the scenes of the Bootstrap building to find out who's running the building day to day, what the do and what are their aspirations. Sara Turnball, Henry Trew, Ruth Hanahoe and Damion Thomas in conversation.

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Tej -See your city differently

Tej is a joint initiative between architectural designer Kathryn Timmins and artist Libby Scarlett with the aim to encourage interaction between people and their surroundings. Their most recent project is a community art project in Mitcham, South London where they've been working with ...

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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 Vinyl Library

Although it only opened a few months ago (June 2013), Elly Randall and Sophie Austin's initiative, The Vinyl Library, has already generated huge interest from the press as well as a curious public. The Library provides a space dedicated to vinyl where people can listen to records ...

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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: Oval Space – on the terrace

There's still time to enjoy the Sundays dedicated to small house labels on Oval Space's intimate terrace facing Bethnal Green's gas holders. This lovely initiative by this rather majestic venue has been the gathering place for fans of the more underground side of house music this ...

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(S)potted: State of Independence Pop-Up Island

Let's Be Brief have taken over one of the units at Boxpark Shoreditch for a week as part of their Sate Of Indpendence series, celebrating independent thinking and doing. They'll be showcasing and selling a selection of music, fashion, art and more from a very ...

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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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