'Fun Palaces' to pop up across London

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'Fun Palaces' to pop up across London

Parks, shopping centres and even back gardens across the capital are being transformed into pop-up hubs of free arts and science this autumn. The annual Fun Palaces project aims to bring communities together - with organisers urging more Londoners to get involved on 1st and 2nd October 2016. The festival's co-director Stella Duffy and volunteer Zoey Dixon join London Live to reveal what's in store. 

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