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New immersive music and art festival Aespia comes to Tottenham

7 September 2019Visit websiteBook tickets

Boutique festival-makers Aespia School of Art will bring their award-winning festival skills to Tottenham this weekend with Aespia, London Takeover: an immersive festival with a focus on local, queer, female-identifying and FOC artists, and a commitment to sustainability.

Festival-goers will be able to come and go between three distinct spaces at Grow, Tottenham.
 
THE CAVE
Hosted by Aespia's resident DJs - Jnr Smooth, Late Nite Johnson & Keisuke - The Cave is where sensory, visual dreams come true. Bursting with light installations, hanging sculptures, projections, infinity mirrors and tactile glitter nonsense, The Cave is somewhere to get lost in the day and get loose in the night.
 
THE SHACK
Part sound system, part museum, part exhibition, The Shack brings music, fun, art, film and partying together under one tin roof. The music policy is strictly anything goes: from Jungle & DnB to Hip Hop & Film Score; no two DJ sets are alike.
 
THE GLASS THEATRE
An intimate, glittering paradise of live performance art, The Glass Theatre is brimming with the latest, greatest, loudest and proudest LGBTQIA+, POC, femmes-of-colour, female-identifying, living-with-disability huns with something to prove. The programme will feature actors, comedians, performance artists, circus folk, drag royals, slam poets, spoken word performers and dancers.

Ticket prices are between £10 and £30, based on a 'pay what you can' system. Use code LONDONCALLING_10 on the Eventbrite page for 10% off tickets.
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