LondonTown.com: Exciting festival celebrates London's diverse creative cultures


Released on: April 28, 2015, 4:18 am (EDT)
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North London hosts second year of inHOUSE Festival on film and music in local warehouses.

LONDON, April 28, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- North London is set to welcome the second year of a new arts festival in Manor House and Seven Sisters this May. The inHOUSE Festival takes place between 1-10 th May 2015 in a series of warehouses that form a creative community hub in the area around Seven Sisters and Manor House. The area is easily accessible via public transport and represents the increasing diversification of London's creative arts scene, with fascinating micro-scenes establishing themselves in artistic communities away from the city centre. For more London festival this summer, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find the latest information on cheap hotels in London, great restaurants and exciting events and exhibitions.

The inHOUSE Festival for 2015 promises to explore various forms of performance art, with a heavy focus on film, but also events looking at music, theatre and fashion. This line-up has been curated by the inHOUSE team and the works chosen for the 2015 theme of “Home” have been selected to explore this theme in its widest sense. Screening take place inside the warehouses, and audiences will be welcomed and invited to experience the art in this setting. The live performances will take place in and around the new Omnibus venue on Eade Road, N4. Other venues will include local hubs such as Cotton Mill, Catwalk Place, Button Factory, Overbury Road, Arena Design Centre and many more. The festival will be inviting spectators to wander through the spaces, pop up performances and screenings to discover what makes the place Home to such an artistically rich community.

Highlights include screenings of short films, chosen from the more than 300 submitted to the festival, as well as a complementary line up of music and art such as a rock n roll opening party at the Omnibus, evenings of spoken word, beatboxing and breakdancing, live cinema scores and food, craft ale and craft stalls. For more information see LondonTown.com.

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