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Largactyl Shuffle

William Blake

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Join CoolTan Arts for the Largactyl Shuffle, a free guided cultural walk promoting mental health and physical wellbeing, using art, humour and history and destigmatising mental distress.

This walk from Tate Modern to Bunhill Fields focuses on William Blake, an English poet, painter, and printmaker (1757 – 1827).

The walk will explore themes of poetry, art, the City of London, Blake’s influence on artists, religion, politics, Revolutionaries, abolition, riots and mental health, not to mention non-conformism.

The Largactyl Shuffle is named after the oldest anti-psychotic drug chlorpromazine sold as Largactil in Europe which has severe side effects.

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  • 12 noon-4pm
  • FREE donations welcome

Tate Modern
Bankside, London, SE1 9TG
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