Artists, musicians, dancers, comedy-acts and circus performers will brighten up central London streets in a half-term competition celebrating the capital’s various communities…
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Brazilian drumming, Cantonese story-telling and Caribbean steelpans, in addition to performances exploring local weather change and digital age themes function in Pop-Up London, the following installment of the Mayor’s Let’s Do London marketing campaign.
The free, out of doors competition showcases greater than 200 artists in additional than 100 occasions throughout town, Spitalfields, E1, Canary Wharf and Trafalgar Sq., in addition to different central places reminiscent of King’s Cross and St Paul’s.
In partnership with Battersea Arts Centre and Discovered In Music, the competition additionally options hip hop dancing, musical comedy, puppetry and magic, in addition to performances celebrating Diwali.
Artists and creatives embody Little Bean Theatre, which is able to placed on Boh Boh Finds House, a galactic story carried out in English and Cantonese.
BollyRed Dance Firm brings Bollywood attraction and vitality to Elephant Park, Trafalgar Sq. and Spitalfields Market, with some vibrant dancing for Diwali.
There’s additionally Boxset – the place performer Jonathan Ainscough improvises boxsets reside, and Toes off the Floor and Levantes Dance Theatre convey acrobatics and color to London’s streets.
Pop-Up London runs for 10 days throughout half-term, from October 23-31. Obtain the Go to London app to map your away round performances and occasions. For instances and places go to visitlondon.com