ROAM: Mini Festival Explores London On An Old Library Bus

ROAM: Mini Festival Explores London On An Old Library Bus

A unique project brought this roaming "village green preservation society" through East and South East London to give talks and interact with local creativity.

Sarah Martin
  • 24 september 2010

ROAM- An Old Library Bus's Journey Through East London-2

For the last 2 months, ROAM, an old revitalized library bus has been making its way through East London, from Waltham Forest to Greenwich. Why? Because it was a key part of the CREATE10 Festival, a major arts festival celebrating the wealth of creativity residing in East and South East London. Whether hosting acoustic picnics in Hackney park, a ‘After Dark Batwalk’ at Hollow Pond park or angling on the Lea, Roam offered everyone the chance to participate in a miniature free festival celebrating the slowed-down and mellow.

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