At noon on Sunday 18 June there's a 'wave of multi-disciplinary dance and music carried forward by time and love' coming to Chelsea's King's Road… we're not completely sure what the Chelsea Love Clock means, but it sounds a more curated, themed flash mob. There's theatre inspired by Absurdist playwright Eugene Ionesco, a temporary pavilion in Portobello and much more.
Our top pick of the events is an immersive theatre tour around Notting Hill's iconic Trellick Tower on Saturday 25 June. To commemorate 50 years since it was commissioned, the iconic 31-storey tower block will welcome guests as part of a dramatic tour from local theatre company, Social Political Independent Direct.
Inspired by real stories from the Tower's residents, Streets in the Sky is a dramatic tour featuring performance, audio and exhibits that invites participants to explore the building. The experience is free, but booking is required (details here). It's limited capacity, so register promptly.
|What||InTRANSIT Festival 2016|
|Where||various Notting Hill locations | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Notting Hill Gate (underground)|
17 Jun 16 – 26 Jun 16, Event times vary
|Website||Click here for more information about InTRANSIT Festival|