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Cemetery gait: hang out in a graveyard in Mile End at Shuffle Festival

Cemetery gait: hang out in a graveyard in Mile End at Shuffle Festival

Unperch from those tombstones, teenage goths: Shuffle Festival is returning to Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park in Mile End this Friday. Originally devised by filmmaker/E3 resident/all-round awesome Olympic bloke Danny Boyle, the nine-day festival is now in its third year and the theme for 2015 is 'Movement, Migration & Place'. It's free to explore the park but most events are ticketed, with Tower Hamlets residents only having to fork out a fiver. Bringing together artists, musicians, scientists, circus performers and comedians, Shuffle is a celebration of London's multicultural medley, with live music, Q&As, life drawing, talks, tours, a three-course meal in a treehouse restaurant with a group of biohackers, and spooky evening outdoor film screenings. We ain't afraid of no ghosts.

By Matt Breen

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