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Reading in old London Victorian toilet

Footsie Index #5

Richard Barrett


Marcus Slease

Richard will be launching his new book 'Free' which is published by Blart Books.

Tuesday 15th April 2014

STARTS @ 7PM

Footsie Index #5 is at Artslav http://www.artslav.com/

Artslav is a restored Victorian public toilet located under the centre of Kennington Cross just by The Doghouse Pub.

180 Kennington Lane
London
SE11 4UZ

Get there early to get a good spot.

Pics of the spot here:


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