King's College celebrates life underground

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King's College celebrates life underground
21st October 2014

Ever wondered what happens in a disused underground station? 

King's College London are running a series of events based on underground culture, both literally and metaphorically, as part of their Arts and Humanities Festival 2014.

Exhibitions, performances, lectures, debates and film screenings, all based on the concept of the 'underground' take place across the capital until Friday, October 24.

As part of the festival members of the public are invited on a tour of the disused Aldwych underground station, on a rare opportunity to see the 'secret station'. 

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