Fancy something a bit special tomorrow night from the lovely folk over at the South London Art Map? Then try this “audiovisual installation” of live music, art, photography and technology at new warehouse gallery venue Number 3 London.
There’s a whole host of locally connected up-and-comers, too: underground art punk legends, The Homosexuals, make a rare appearance on what is home turf for their lead singer, Nova Twins are punky 21st century riot girls, and Cat Bear Tree mix post-punk with three part harmonies.
STOCKWELL: Little Nan’s Bar at Cavendish Arms
The acclaimed Deptford libation house will be swanning over to this adored local SW9 boozer on three dates next month: 4th and 18th April (Easter Saturday), for a Cocktail Afternoon Tea (2 sittings to choose, either 1-2.30pm or 3pm – 5pm, full info and ticket info here).
Also on the 18th is an evening bash (10pm – 2.30am) – or rather, Little Nan’s Disco Cocktail Party – with the vibe being cocktails (natch), teapots and disco till the wee hours. Free Cabaret show in the ballroom, plus a mini casino till 3am. More info. 128 Hartington Road, London SW8
DEPTFORD: Kitchen Hijack
Launching today and running “until the arrival of the bar’s permanent menu”, Kitchen Hijack at the Job Centre drags the freshest emerging vendors on the street food circuit. Each hijacker will be allocated a three-day stint, rotating every Thursday of each week.
Popping up across the first five weeks will be Oh My Dog, traditional Kansas City BBQ Prairie Fire, Bill or Beak, meatball maniacs The Meat Heads and toastie champs The Cheese Truck. First up? Oh My Dog, serving – so they reckon – the finest German franks and veggie dogs in town.
Kitchen Opening Times: Thurs/Fri, 6-10pm and Sat, 4-10pm. Job Centre, 120 Deptford High Street, London SE8