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Stellar artists line up to sell works from car boots in Brick Lane

PUBLISHED: 16:00 04 June 2010 | UPDATED: 16:07 05 October 2010

THE UK s hottest car boot fair returns to Brick Lane s Truman Brewery on Sunday for a day of wrestling and wrangling, frivolity and high end art bargains. The fair has established a name for being the perfect occasion to hang out with some of the best Bri

THE UK's hottest car boot fair returns to Brick Lane's Truman Brewery on Sunday for a day of wrestling and wrangling, frivolity and high end art bargains.

The fair has established a name for being the perfect occasion to hang out with some of the best British artists and grab a few art bargains to boot.

This year Martin Creed, Bob and Roberta Smith, Pam Hogg, Sir Peter Blake, Billy Childish and Jimmy Cauty are only a few of the stellar names who are contributing to the event.

The day's fusion of bargains and bouts will be made complete through an eclectic array of performances taking place on the central wrestling ring stage.

Between haggling for bargains and playing spectator to the hourly wrestling matches, punters can enjoy music, the Cinemoi Can Can girls and their Bouls in a China Shop and acts from Bethnal Green Working Men's Club.

Free Range is on at the Old Truman Brewery from tomorrow (Friday) until Monday, July 26. Entry is free.

The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair is on at the Old Truman Brewery from noon-6pm on Sunday. Entry costs £4.


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