The Nine Elms area of Battersea has a long history of feeding and flowering London, from market gardens in the 17th century to today’s fresh produce at New Covent Garden Market.
Enjoy a special evening of food, good company, live music, performance, poetry and a little bit of magic at these communal dining and cabaret evenings – the Ascalon Street ball court will be transformed into a pop-up dining and theatre space!
Dinner is served at 7pm, prepared with fresh seasonal produce from the nearby New Covent Garden Market. Once everyone has feasted and the tables have been cleared, an exciting line-up of artists will perform on top of the tables in a twinkling performance space.
Performers include a poet, singers, a magician and BAC’s Beat Box Academy – and each evening the acts will be different, some fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe!
Book your free place now on Eventbrite or drop into the ROSE Community Clubroom on Ascalon Street to book your seat.
Please let us know of any access or dietary requirements when you book your tickets. The event will be BSL interpreted.
Doors will open at 6.30pm – so to guarantee your place is held, please arrive by 6.55pm.
And if you want to see what’s going on as the feast is prepared, drop in at the ball court during the daytime on Friday and Saturday to chat with the hosts and join in the preparations!
Founded in 2000, Slung Low is an award-winning theatre company specialising in making epic productions in non-theatre spaces, often with large community performance companies at their heart.
This event is part of Harvest in Nine Elms 2019, supported by Wandsworth Council.
Ascalon Street ball court, SW8 4DL (opposite ROSE Community Clubroom)
Queenstown Road/Battersea Park, Vauxhall
Start date: 13/09/2019
End date: 14/09/2019
Open from 19:00 to 21:30