A&J’s Lambeth Treasures at the Royal Festival Hall

A&J were kindly asked to included a number of outputs from our workshop on Lower Marsh in an exhibition named ‘Lambeth Treasures’ at the Royal Festival hall, as part of this summer’s Festival of Neighbourhood.

The exhibition is being held between 1 June – 8 September in the Spirit Level of Royal Festival Hall. Created in collaboration with The Building Exploratory, the exhibition will celebrate Lambeth and the it’s local communities and tell the story of the area and celebrate its heritage through archive material, commissioned artworks, objects and installations.

The exhibition charts the colourful history of Lambeth, from 2,000 years ago as an uninhabitable marsh, to the heart of London’s entertainment scene in the 17th century and its transformation in the 19th century with the dawn of the railway, into a successful industrial centre before much of the area was bombed during the Second World War.

Why not pop along and have a look for yourself.

Monday, June 3rd, 2013 Events, Lower Marsh

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