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Ministructures: We meet the woman who climbed the Shard

In the coming weeks, artist Lucy Sparrow is making mini versions of London’s iconic buildings out of felt. As part of our new Ministructures series, in which we interview Londoners with a connection to the big buildings of the capital, we chat to Victoria Henry, 32, Digital campaigner for oceans at Greenpeace and climber of The Shard […]

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Big Ben: we meet the Clockmaker at the Palace of WestminsterOut

Reblogged from Time Out, you can read the original post here: http://now-here-this.timeout.com/2013/07/24/big-ben-we-meet-the-clockmaker-at-the-palace-of-westminster/#more-100799 A couple of weeks ago, myself and Time Out London put our heads together and thought of a series we could put onto the blog which would encapsulate London and warms peoples’ hearts. This is so incredibly timely as I’m moving to London next […]

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Cold Angel Short Film Documentary

Last year, myself and three others embarked on a project of epic knitted proportions to create a scarf that would fit the Angel of the North sculpture in Gateshead. Six months on, Harriet Hawkins and Bradley L Garrett of geographical art expertise put the footage together to produce this film. As with all great plans, […]

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Whitecross Street Party 2013 20th-21st July

What better way to spend your summer weekend than at a street party full of amazing art and entertainment. Come to Whitecross Street Party! I was there in 2011 with my felt phone box and range of felt grenades and I’m back this year with giant Molotow Belton spray cans that you can cuddle. The […]

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Giant Molotow Spray Cans at Hannah’s Launch Party

Last Friday saw the official launch party of Hannah’s at Seale Hayne Urban Takeover season. We trundled down in my car and arrived to see the fabulous building and gardens had been transformed into a street scene with activities and art everywhere. I urge anyone to get down here and go and see all the […]

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