Saturday 23rd June 2012, 11.45pm
Meet at Tate Modern, Turbine Hall entrance, Bankside, London SE1 9TG
Ends: Maudsley Hospital Denmark Hill, SE5 8AZ
Explore the urban psychogeography of South London and learn about local history and familiar landmarks in a light you have never seen them before.
Participate in this unique procession from the Tate Modern to the home of contemporary psychiatry, the Maudsley Hospital. On the way make new friends, learn more about famous night walkers, Charles Dickens, lunacy, and the Solstice.
Walkers meet at 11:45pm at the Turbine Hall entrance of Tate Modern and finish the walk in the wee hours of Sunday at the Maudsley Hospital.
Feel free to bring sandwiches, tea, coffee for the route (no alcohol please).
The walk is a free, friendly, accessible event and all are welcome!
CoolTan Arts Largactyl Shuffle is a fun guided cultural walk for mental and physical wellbeing, and was named after the anti-psychotic drug Largactil which has severe side effects including a shambolic walk.
For more information, please contact Emma Thatcher, Communications Officer CoolTan Arts on firstname.lastname@example.org or¬†call 020 7701 2696