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Set off on the art trail for things to do in London

Published: Tuesday 7th of September 2010

Visitors planning their trips to London attractions such as the Tate Britain can take advantage of a unique ongoing arts festival.

The E17 Art Trail offers visitors a wide array of exhibitions and displays and the freedom to choose their own way around them.

Armed with a map, art lovers are encouraged to form their own track around the displays at galleries, cafes, shops, studios and even lamp posts or the occasional hedge.

This annual festival also benefits from a series of talks, walks as well as cycle tours organised by the Walthamstow art community.

Some of the highlights of this year's events include a potted history of the area designed by Roger Huddle and the fairytale land at the Eat17 restaurant, created by visiting Yorkshire artist Frances Earnshaw.

Those interested in catching a few laughs can also head to the comedy night put together by Time Out Live, featuring Edinburgh Comedy Award-winner Russell Kane.

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Posted by Samantha Reed

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