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London Creativity and Wellbeing Week

London Creativity and Wellbeing Week

The London Arts in Health Forum is running a London Creativity and Wellbeing Week, showcasing all the great work happening throughout London around arts, health, creativity and wellbeing from 13-20 June.

From debates and discussions, performances and exhibitions, tours and practical sessions, the Week will be a festival of ideas – with loads of opportunities for people to find out about the ways in which the arts and culture impact on health.

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