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Shuffle festival pops up in Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park

Posted at 4:30 pm, July 8, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment
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Shuffle started life last summer as a film festival in an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Mile End – a friendly, fun and downright lovely community project masterminded by Danny Boyle. This summer Shuffle is back, popping up at Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park in late July, screening Jim Jarmusch’s vampire flick ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ with a twilight bat walk. Boyle will also stop by for a Q&A after ‘28 Days Later’. More than a film festival, Shuffle is a local get-together and cultural free-for-all, with music, art, a pop-up restaurant (using locally foraged foods – the mind boggles), circus acts, a village fete, swimming pool and a mile-long hopscotch. It runs from July 30 to August 3.

Find out more about Shuffle festival and other outdoor cinema in London

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