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The Best Birthday Party of 2010 – this Sunday

July 11, 2010

COME AND CELEBRATE

This Sunday – the  Arnold Circus Sharing Picnic 100

1pm-4pm : picnic, artists’ fair, music on the bandstand

4pm-5pm: alternative vehicle parade & cycle ride

Join in and celebrate the renovation and centenary of Arnold Circus. Bring your picnic and a dish to put on the sharing table.  Be part of a special community picnic, with artists’ fair, music on the bandstand, 100 laps cycle ride & alternative vehicle parade.

We have joined with Home Live Art this year to provide an event to remember,  the theme of sharing food and traditions, plus  a closed-off road with stalls created by local artists,  cooking demonstrations, artists’ food projects and the sharing table, an artists’ fair with participatory activities, installations and games and a bandstand music programme  – brass bands, beat boxing, female rappers and more. The final challenge to cycle 100 times around the Circus will feature an extraordinary alternative vehicle parade by artists Francis Thorburn & Richard Elliott.

Participants: Abake, Aesop, Adam Dant, Alex Bettler, Alex Rich & Momoko Mizutani, Alix McAlister, Ben Freeman & Ditto Press, Bethnal Green Technology College, Bob & Roberta Smith, Brassroots, Cathy Wren, Clare Patey, Columbia Primary School, Cowling & Wilcox, Foodcycle, Francis Thorburn & Richard Elliott, The Gentle Author, Jerome Rigaud Electronest, Jonathan Polkest, Julia, Juliana Ong, Kondirto & Cook, La Grotta Ices, London Fire Brigade, Markus & Karin Bergstrom, Mary Spyrou, Matzos, MC Paul L Martin, Miche Fabre Lewin, Nathan Flutebox Lee, Nazareno Crea, North Brick Lane RA, Poetic Pilgrimage, Rochelle School, Rock A Hula!, Romana Sharmin, Search Party, Society of Wonders, Sophie Hexheimer, Spitalfields Music, St Hilda’s East Community Centre, St-Pierre & Miquelon, Swing Zazou, Tatty Divine, Thinkpublic, Tim Mitchell, Virginia Primary School, Winkball, Yuri Suzuki.

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  1. July 19, 2010 2:16 pm

    It was a wonderful day! Highlights for me included Marcus Coates and Amy Feneck double hoola hooping, the chef explaining why wild salmon are so much better as he handled it and then cut it’s head off, the cake, funked up brass, impromtu foot massage and the brilliant cyclists especially the tiny ones.

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