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This Is Not A Gateway festival and book launch

23rd - 25th October 2009, Spitalfields, London

This Is Not A Gateway has recently been awarded funding from Arts Council England for the forthcoming activities and events to be held in Hanbury Hall and Kobi Nazural Centre on Hanbury Street, Spitalfields. One new addition to the 2009 programme includes: Oh That's Interesting! Soapbox Sessions - 25 emerging urbanists from across Europe stand up (on a stage used by Charles Dickens, Eleanor Marx and Annie Besant) and share their research, ideas and opinions. Participant biographies and programme will be available on the website from Monday 21st September 2009.

During the festival will be the book launch of Critical Cities, Ideas, Knowledge & Agitation on Thursday 24th September, 7pm at Market House Coffee, Spitalfields. It is the chance to meet many of the book's contributors. The book is an anthology of: 5 salons, 1 three day festival and the work of 34 emerging urbanists. The book will be available for a 'special celebration price' at the launch. Register to attend via Facebook or email [email protected]. The production of Critical Cities has been supported by the HCA Academy.

Visit www.thisisnotagateway.net