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If you would like to have your say about Art in Public in Luton, you will have your chance with the Talkaoke, which will be popping up in The Mall.

Talkaoke

Saturday 14 October, 11am – 4pm

If you would like to have your say about Art in Public in Luton, you will have your chance with the Talkaoke, which will be popping up in St George’s Square. 

Talkaoke is a pop-up talk show that has been gaining popularity in festival, clubs and galleries and on the street, it consists of an illuminated round table with a host sitting in the middle on a swivel chair. Participants sit around the outside and are passed the microphone whenever they want it.

Talkaoke will take place in St George’s Square, outside The Mall.

This event is free and there is no need to book. 

Presented by As You Change, So Do I, Luton Culture with Create Associates.

Talkaoke
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Location:

The Mall
By the escalators near TK Maxx,
Luton,
LU1 2LJ

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