The new pop-up "La La Land" will open in Shoreditch

We hope you are not tired of entertainment, because soon in the Last Days of Shoreditch there will be a winter "La La Land". Of course, in the Last Days of Shoreditch you will not find Emma Stone or Ryan Gosling, but the winter "La La Land" will give you a portion of seasonal joy. Here there will be food, drinks, dances, DJs, and all this under the same roof.

Such fun you have not seen since the program "The best baker of Britain" has ended, because here the giants of London cooking will gather, and, of course, the musicians. Do you want to know their names? Of course, you want! Fans of vegetarian fast food will be fed by Bff`s Jack Shacki. Also visitors will be indulged with delicious food by Cheeky Burger. From East London, Smokey Tails, the cooking kings, will offer new interpretations of the classic American breakfast. There are rumors that a brunch is also expected, so be attentive.

All this hedonism will be accompanied by special music: Alex Arnout, Geddes and FUN DMC will add some noise and funk to the atmosphere of Last Days of Shoreditch. In addition, the gods of karaoke Lucky Voice will sing at the festival. You also can compete for this title. But you will have to drink enough for courage! In this, cocktails created under the influence of Hemingway's novel "For Whom the Bell Tolls" and warming up winter drinks will help you. You will have the opportunity to dance till you drop and sit with your friends. And fans of more secluded places will be offered a thematic room.

Winter "La La Land" will open on November 23rd and will warm us with hot dances and drinks until December 17th. The institution will work from Thursday to Saturday from 17:00 to 00:00, and sometimes on Sunday. Free admission. And since it is impossible to get tired from the holidays, you simply can not have excuses to stay at home. Last Days of Shoreditch is located at 288-299 Old Street, EC1V 9LA. The nearest metro station is Old Street.

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