Mayor's Thames Festival
A celebration of London and its river.
Photos © urban75, 12th September 2010)
Billed as, 'an exciting mix of arts, spectacle and entertainment, all focused around the River Thames,' the Mayor's Thames Festival is London's largest free outdoor arts festival.
The two-day festival takes place in September, all along the River Thames, the riverside walkways, roads bridges, docks and public open spaces from Westminster Bridge to Tower Bridge and packs in street arts, gigs, performance, carnival, pyrotechnics, illuminations, art installations, exhibitions, river events, music, food and dance and an illuminated Night Procession followed by a fireworks display from the centre of the river,
Here's a few photos from the Sunday.
Super Giant Helter Skelter on the South
Double decker caravan.
Interactive machine made from old plastic bottles.
The House of Fairy Tales stage, behind the OXO building.
Looking across the River Thames to St Pauls and Blackfriars.
Brixton chums The Muleskinners
rocking the stage.
Walking through Clink Street, which once housed the infamous medieval prison.
Having a banana.
The main stage with Kitty, Daisy and Lewis playing a great set.
Speech Debelle onstage.
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