The Last Days Of Shoreditch Pops Up At Red Market

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LONDON | The Last Days Of Shoreditch is the latest incarnation of the annual Red Market popup and possibly the last hence the name. Why the last? Well there’s a 5 star boutique hotel development that’s been approved for the site and construction is expected to start soon.

The team behind the popup are determined to put on a good party for the site’s final hurrah, and The Last Days of Shoreditch is going to be a lot of fun this summer if our experience there is anything to go by. Downstairs there’s a range of street food (Crabbie Shack, Le Bao, The Joint and Yeah Burger) along with multiple bars serving craft beer, wine, spirits and cocktails. Upstairs there’s a mini golf course which has been set up by the team behind Junkyard Crazy Golf.

If that wasn’t enough to intice you to take a look, there will also be art installations, screening of major sports tournaments and DJs spinning live music into the night.

The Last Days of Shoreditch opens today and it’s all over on the 28th of August, so head on down and check out the Red Market at this great site while you can.

The Last Days Of Shoreditch

Red Market
288 Old Street
London EC1V 9DP
United Kingdom

Telephone: n/a
Email: n/a
Website: http://www.lastdaysofshoreditch.co.uk/

Open
Thu – Fri: 5:00pm to 12:00am
Sat: 6:00pm to 12:00am

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