Take A Walk On The Left-Field Side At InHOUSE Festival

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Take A Walk On The Left-Field Side At InHOUSE Festival
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North London’s intriguingly left-field inHOUSE Festival returns for its second year in May with a mix of film, theatre, art and music on the menu. After last year’s theme of Transformation, the programme this time will be based on the concept of Home, with that name also given to the main festival hub around the atmospheric work-live warehouses between Manor House and Seven Sisters.

There'll be six short film programmes inside the warehouses, tackling subjects such as our relationship with our bodies, families and society at large. Live performances will also take place in the Omnibus, a re-appropriated double decker bus putting on a variety of comedy acts, spoken word, hip-hop, beat-boxing and fairy-tale sessions for kids.

The Lizard Stage brings food, drink and music together as the Lunched Out Lizards will be offering home-made chai and organic stone-baked pizza, while world music promoters Souk Sound put on the entertainment.

inHOUSE Festival runs from 1–10 May. Ticket prices vary on the event — for information click here.

Last Updated 15 April 2015