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CUT Festival 2017 - The Art of Barbering
Image Credit: Chavosos Hick Duarte
CUT Festival 2017 - The Art of Barbering
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CUT Festival 2017 - The Art of Barbering

Explore the art of barbering via specially commissioned work from international and local barbers as well as an exciting programme of events, performances and exhibitions.

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This spring, East London sees an unprecedented multidisciplinary art festival taking place across local barbershops as well as key arts spaces Toynbee Studios and the Archive Gallery.

The inaugural CUT Festival 2017 exploring the quintessential art of barbering via specially commissioned work and an exciting programme of events, performances and exhibitions.

Inspired by barbering past and present, CUT Festival 2017 brings together international barbers, artists and activists, exhibiting and working alongside East London barbers.

CUT Festival 2017 runs from February 24 - March 5 2017 at various locations including Toynbee Studios, Archive Gallery and selected barbershops across East London. Find out more here.

Toynbee Studios , 28 Commercial St , London E1 6AB

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