Cultural events for this weekend

This week we will be pleased with the literary, musical and shopping events, which will allow not only to relax, but also to spend time with benefit, having received a charge of inspiration and positive emotions.

London Literature Festival. The London Literary Festival will again be held at the Southbank Center. The event will bring together the guests for the eleventh time. Visitors are waiting for live reading, discussions and master classes. Philip Pullman - author of His Dark Materials, famous photographer Annie Leibovitz and nominees for the Man Booker Prize award, will share professional secrets. This year the festival will begin with the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Poetry International and will recall the role of literature in spreading the ideas of humanism around the world.

Southbank Center, South Bank. From Friday, October 13th, to Wednesday, November 1st

Poetry International. Poetry International will celebrate its 50th anniversary. A significant event will be celebrated at the London Literature Festival in the Southbank Center. The very international poetic event was founded in 1967 by the poet Ted Hughes. This year the festival will begin with a week dedicated to prose and poetry all over the world. And the main idea will be cultural sustainability. More than half of the languages ​​on the planet are in danger of extinction. The festival will demonstrate how poetry can save endangered languages ​​and influence the changing world. The program included speeches by British poets in languages ​​that are threatened with extinction.

Southbank Center, South Bank. From Friday, October 13th, to Sunday, October 15th

Camden Vintage Kilo Sale. Look for a retro clothes at the Camden Vintage Kilo Sale, which will be held at the London Irish Center. You will be offered a huge amount of things at a price of £ 15 per kilogram. And if you do not want to buy so much, you can just weigh the chosen model and pay only for it.

Cecil Sharp House, Primrose Hill. Sunday, October 15th

Festifeel. TV host Fearne Cotton gathered a good team for an annual one-day festival. It is part of a charity program to combat breast cancer. This year's guests will be pleased with the English folk trio Staves, vocalist Denai Moore, DJs Jaxx and Goldierocks. There is also a comedy program directed by Jayde Adams and an hour of poetry with Laurie Bolger. Visitors are waiting for kiosks with numerous products, games, graffiti and the art of manicure master classes, as well as many other entertainments.

House of Vans, Waterloo. Saturday, October 14th

Hackney Wonderland. This is the fourth rock'n'roll festival, and it will again last only one day. Compared with the past years, tickets have risen in price, but if you really try, you can buy at lower price.

Various Hackney venues, Hackney. Saturday, October 14th

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