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Watch: Unity Arts Festival

The Unity Arts Festival in September 2018 was a weekend of exhibitions, installations and workshops celebrating the creativity and energy of east London’s most exciting new neighbourhood.

Combining three districts - London City Island, Goodluck Hope and Trinity Buoy Wharf – the two-day festival brought together 150 independent arts organisations, which opened their doors to the public over the weekend of September 22, and 23rd.

Festival Director, Ian Felton, who set up Trinity Art Studios 13 years ago said: “The appreciation from the public for the Festival has been phenomenal…we’re very optimistic we can build from here”.

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