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Experience a colourful musical experience for things to do in London
Published: Wednesday 15th of September 2010
The Colourscape Music Festival offers visitors an exclusive sensory experience that is a perfect mix of colour and sound.
A number of inflatable coloured structures have been put together to form an unusual musical venue.
Visitors are encouraged to put on colourful capes and wander around the 100 brightly-coloured chambers.
The central cathedral-like space is used for live music gigs and dance recitals to entertain guests roaming around the structure.
Music on offer will no doubt include the simple, brilliant tunes of Debussy and Gamelan.
Those interested in catching a good film can also head to The Scoop, which is hosting a range of free outdoor screenings.
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Posted by Michael Edwards
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