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KERB will be bringing down their exceptional crew of street cooks to Southbank for two extra weekends this Summer. The KERB crew comprises of 28 different traders that deliver the best finger-licking food around town. Traders include sweet stalls, burger shacks and two KERB bars (one serving craft beer and the other serving a large array of cocktails).
The Department of Good Cheer will host a series of events in Southbank though the summer, featuring the return of The Bloody Oyster. They will be providing two evenings of food and cocktail pairing in Southbank’s Festival Village. The evening includes a three course set cocktail menu, pairing the creations of DoGC mixologists with tasty treats from The Bloody Oyster chefs. The night is set to be a big hit, but tickets are very limited!
The Festival of Love’s opening party this year will be held by the infamous Secretsudaze. Running from 2pm – 9pm on the 10th July, the day will consist of the best underground electronic music played resident DJ’s Giles Smith and James Priestly.
Wi-Fi Wars is a live comedy game show that invites you to compete in games on tablets and smartphones to win top prizes. The event has been listed as a Time Out Critics Choice, so it definitely not one to miss. The event will be held in Southbank’s Udderbelly and will run until 1st July.
KlangHaus is part gig, part live art installation and totally theatre. Held in the roof space above Royal Festival Hall, a combination of music from The Neutrinos and visual art from Sal Pittman will provide viewers with a very unique experience. Expect loud noises and low lighting! Performances will run from Saturday 9th – Friday 29th July.
Look Mum No Hands! is the beloved bike workshop/cafe created by three cycling enthusiasts in 2008. The cafe will return to Southbank and will run until mid-September with a pop up caravan under Hungerford Bridge. It will be serving a mix of cakes, coffees and a large number of London craft beers.