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The Festival of Radical Fun will take over the Museum of London on 7 October 2017. Artists, makers, and performers will offer free entertainment and transformative activities. From some of the groups who'll be at the festival, here's three how-to guides on fixing things, having free fun with the kids, and building a better city.
The Restart Project is a not-for-profit that brings people together at Restart Parties across London to fix their broken electronic things. Here’s how to organise your own.
Disco Loco is East London’s knees-up for folks with kids. Each month they hold huge, exuberant, community parties for families with DJs, dancing, food, games and a bit of a show. Here’s their 6 point guide to organising your own weekend breakfast rave.
Scene Everything are artists Nicholas Mortimer and Joseph Popper. They’re going to build an imaginary future skyline outside the museum at the Fesitval of Radical Fun. Here’s their guide to creating your own.
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