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Play a piano in Canary Wharf

Posted by London Guided Walks on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 Under: Quirky

Play a piano in Canary Wharf

If you missed the Play Me I'm Yours pianos in Canary Wharf in 2012 then this is your chance to play them! Play Me, I'm Yours is a touring artwork by artist Luke Jerram. This interactive artwork has been presented in over 46 cities so far, reaching an audience to date of over 6 million people around the world.

In Canary Wharf now until 12 October there are 15 street pianos which have been decorated by local artists and community groups. The pianos are located in parks (e.g. Jubilee Park), squares (e.g. Montgomery Square) and other public spaces for anyone to play and enjoy.

For more information visit: http://streetpianos.com/canarywharf2015/

In : Quirky 


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