Drumming up spotlight on London's bridges

Thames crossings that have been inspiring artists for more than 300 years, become theme of new exhibition.

    Without the river Thames, the city of London would not exist. The river was vital to its development, acting as a medieval superhighway, and its bridges provided the critical links. A drummer is making an exhibition of himself, underneath the arches of London's famous bridges.

    Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin takes a look.


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