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Open House on Golden Lane Estate

Join us for Open House London on Golden Lane Estate

Two days of walks, talks, food and films.

Tours by the architects of the Great Arthur House restoration - John Robertson Architects; the new children’s playground - muf architecture and art; and the remodelled Community Centre - Studio Partington.

Tour times:

Saturday 22nd at 12-00 and 14-00: John Robertson Architects on Great Arthur

Saturday 22nd at 15-30 and 16-00: muf art and architecture on the playground

Sunday 23rd at 12-00 and 14-00: Studio Partington on the Community Centre

Further details on the Open House website.

Plus Golden Lane Pop-Up Archive, and the Community Cafe

Night and Day - The Arena Time Machine comes to Golden Lane

special London edition of Night and Day - The Arena Time Machine, an eight-hour continuous film shown in real time on Saturday 22 September 2018, made entirely from the unique archive of BBC TV’s celebrated arts series Arena.  

Tune in, turn on, drop in, drop out and drop back in again to a film made entirely from the unique archive of BBC TV's Arena. Night and Day is a new cinematic experience, it has no beginning, no middle and no end.  Come as you are, leave when you like, and then come back for more.

Night and Day is a completely new cinematic experience. Sourced entirely from the unique treasure trove that is the archive of Arena, the world’s longest running arts documentary series. It has no beginning, no middle and no end, simply the time you choose to start watching, how long you stay watching and the time you choose to leave. Its narrative is simply that of night and day itself, edited to a precise audio visual experience of the times and date on which its screened.

This eight hour version of Arena Time Machine has been specially made by Golden Lane resident Emma Matthews and Director Anthony Wall as a part of the annual London Open House festival of architecture which takes place in the Golden Lane Community Centre on the weekend of 22 and 23 September. 

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