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Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
Clapham Common provides an oasis of peace amid the busy traffic of south west London, with Holy Trinity Church, which dates from 1776, at its perimeter. A number of cafés, sporting facilities, two playgrounds and a skate park make the common a lively recreational facility for locals. Originally built in 1890, Clapham Common’s bandstand is the largest in London. After falling into disrepair in the 1960s, the bandstand was restored and reopened and now hosts a variety of open-air concerts during the summer months.
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Colourscape is celebrating its 25th birthday at 2014's event on Clapham Common, which makes this year an even more special chance to visit its colourful tunnels in what must be the closest thing to being swallowed by a scene from 'Yellow Submarine'. Guests...
Music festivals, Breaks, House, techno and electro, Eurodance
Deadmau5, Skream, Above & Beyond, Maceo Plex, Netsky, Marco Carola, Alesso, Jamie Jones, Magda, Sasha, Super8 & Tab, Booka Shade, Guy Gerber, Cosmic Gate, Paul Kalkbrenner, Seth Troxler. The Clapham Common weekender returns for another weekend of classic...