Whitechapel Map

Submitted by Lottie on Thu, 2012-03-08 21:45

New map of play in and around Whitechapel, children are making the streets more creative and lively and even a few adults have been spotted having fun. Go to

Venice, architecture of play

Submitted by Lottie on Mon, 2010-11-01 14:45
Venice, architecture of play

Venice makes this possible?

Submitted by Lottie on Sat, 2010-09-11 15:48

I was wandering around looking for joyful, creative behavior in the afternoon. Then I bought a large sheet of paper and a pencil, sat in the last of the evening sunlight in a calle off Via Garibaldi and began to map the area. A boy came up to me and was asking me what I was doing, we tried really hard to communicate and the language difference meant that I started clowning and gesturing more than usual. He went off to the other end of the Calle and began playing with his tennis racket and ball against the wall of his house. I went and watched him and stood around awkwardly.

Street Training Hoxton - free

Submitted by Lottie on Wed, 2010-09-08 21:28

Come and take part in Street Training Hoxton - First session THIS SUNDAY at
Hoxton Hall
Sessions: Sunday 12 Sept – Wednesday 15 September 2010
Weekday evenings at 6pm. Sunday 12 September at 2pm
Created by The Company with Lottie Child as part of the URBANISM season at Hoxton Hall

Book tickets online at:
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Hoxton Hall, 130 Hoxton Street, London N1 6SH
Tel: 020 76840060 Web:

Campfire Conversations about the city

Submitted by Lottie on Tue, 2010-06-29 11:28
late Evening Sunshine at Spitalfields City Farm

Part of the Street Training course on Wednesdays this Summer, all are invited and welcome to enjoy the long balmy evenings by the fire in Spitalfields. A series of conversations on aspects of the city will take place 6pm-8pm at Spitalfields City Farm. The topics are:
7th July Community and the city
21st July Growing and the city (growing plants, people, food, culture)
4th August Play and the city
18th August Economies and the city
8th September Art/Activism in the city
15th September Animals and the city

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