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CUT Festival Cut To The Chase - Win a Day Pass for Two!

We're giving away a pass for 2 to a stimulating day of talks and performances with artists, activists & barbers at CUT Festival.

Competition Ends: 19/02/2017

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The CUT Festival runs from February 24 to March 5, celebrating the art of barbering with a festival exhibition, performances, events and international guests.

Cut To The Chase is a day of talks, discussions and performances at Toynbee Studios featuring barbers, artists and activists, including London artist Oreet Ashery and Brandon Tauszik, who will be exhibiting his celebrated GIF studies of Oakland’s African-American barbers. Mark Bustos, founder of the #BeAwesomeToSomebody movement, who gives free haircuts to the homeless every Sunday in New York City, will be in conversation with London barber and philanthropist Joshua Coombes.

Alongside these discussions is a preview of Inua Ellams’ new The Barber Shop Chronicles and throughout the day, pay-what-you-can haircuts by Open Barbers on the roof of Toynbee Studios as participants listen to new, commissioned audio work by Emma Frankland – part of Next In Line.

Win a Day Pass for Two to Cut To The Chase on 25 February at CUT Festival!

 

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