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FIX Photo Festival 2017

12 - 21 May Free Entry Venue: Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London MAP Opening Hours Monday - Sunday Friday 12 - Sunday 21 May - Monday 15 May - Tuesday 16 - Sunday 21 - Bargehouse is owned and managed by Coin Stre

3 DAYS TO GO! Get inspired by this board and enter our photography competition before 31 March 2014!

3 DAYS TO GO! Get inspired by this board and enter our photography competition before 31 March

Inside the Rio Cinema, Dalston, London by Aaron Harcourt

Inside the Rio Cinema, Dalston, London by Aaron Harcourt

© Hulton-Deutsch Collection / Corbis, 1938, Rural scene in London ---  Unloading hay at warehouses on the South Bank. London still had horses to feed. This seemingly rural scene is contrasted by a view of the Houses of Parliament in the background.  From the book London: Portrait of a City (Reuel Golden), recently released by Taschen.

Men unload esparto grass from barges at a wharf near Lambeth on the River Thames. The grass is used for making bank notes and stockings. Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament and Big Ben in the background, Photograph: Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis

The Hunger Marchers demonstration at Marble Arch, London, 27 October 1932. The Hunger marches were a series of marches held in the 1930s during The Great Depression in the United Kingdom to protest against hunger and unemployment in the United Kingdom. The 1932 Hunger March, which started in Scotland, gained 100,000 marchers and ended in a riot in Hyde Park London.

The Hunger Marchers demonstration at Marble Arch, London - 27 October They were demonstrating against cuts to social services and unemployment benefit cuts.

Mickey Mouse in London 1931

During a London County Council election campaign run by Sir W Ray, Mickey Mouse is shown on a small screen in a city street to attract voters, February 26 England.