Shuffle Festival is an initiative of The East London Community Land Trust, run by a small group of individuals and aided by hundreds of volunteers. It currently operates on the grounds of St Clements Hospital - a former workhouse and psychiatric hospital in the heart of Mile End.
Professor Brian Cox shares his thoughts on Shuffle Festival, science, art, and community spaces.
Jarvis Cocker rediscovers Mile End at Winter Shuffle and enjoys a martini.
In 2012 the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, made history by creating the first Urban Community Land Trust in London. This Community Land Trust will stand within the redevelopment of St Clement's.
In August 2013, the first ever Shuffle Festival - curated by Danny Boyle - celebrated what this space means to local people, and what this groundbreaking development could be.
Winter Shuffle was the second exciting festival of events at the former St Clement's Hospital in December 2013.
Time Out interview Danny Boyle at St Clement's about his involvement with Shuffle Festival and the Land Trust.
Mark Kermode interviews Danny Boyle and Professor Brian Cox at Winter Shuffle.