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BLOG BEING UPDATED - TRY AGAIN LATER This blog records the controversial era of British architecture, 1960's Brutalism. Many Brutalist buildings have been demolished and many still are under threat

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

EVENT: Freedom of the City: Discovering Southbank Skate Spot

An event at the Royal festival hall by the London society, 'Freedom of the City: Discovering Southbank Skate Spot' which charts the successful campaign against the proposed 'Festival wing' development (which would have seen the under-croft, long cherished by skateboarders and graffiti artists transformed into commercial retail units) by the Long Live South Bank campaign. 

The event will take place on Monday 8th June, it will involve a walk-talk with questions welcome to stimulate debate  

Long Live South Bank also have a new book out (as well as other merchandise to help their cause -- link HERE) featuring some brilliant pictures of the Brutalist South Bank centre. 

- Find out more about the 'Long Live South Bank' Campaign HERE 
- Find out more about the London society HERE

UPDATE - VERY LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS LEFT - TICKET LINK





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