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After a long Hiatus Lanky is back!

In Events, In London on October 12, 2009 at 3:51 pm

Firstly I should apologise for the lack of posts. Since starting University I have been rushed off my feet, and have been suffering blog procrastination! So apologies if you’ve been checking back and have been disappointed by lack of activity.

Anyway here are a few things to keep you busy in the next week:

Frieze Art Fair Oct 15th- 18th Regents Park

frieze_2008_homeFeaturing over 150 contemporary art galleries from across the globe, the Frieze Art Fair is back again! Housed in the lovely Regent’s Park, Frieze is the only place to view work by the most exciting and emerging names in art.


Check out for more information and ticket prices.

Zoo Art Fair Oct 16th- 18th Shoreditch

Zoo2009_venueFancy youself as part of the in crowd? Then head down to the Zoo Art fair in Shoreditch. Housed in the former Nicholls and Clarke Building on Shoreditch High Street. Zoo is the younger and hip alternative to the Frieze fair showcasing the work of 50 commercial and non-commercial arts organisations all under six years old. Who knows? You may spot the next Damian Hirst.

Tickets cost ten pounds. Check out more information.

The Learning Revolution Festival – throughout October – Various places in UK

fol_logoIf you’ve always fancied trying something new, don’t miss out on all the fabulous events that will be happening across the UK as part of The Learning Revolution Festival. From Alternative therapies to painting to dry stone walling, there is something for everyone to try.

To check out what is happening in your area visit


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