Sunday, 13 April 2014

Pop-up Ping Pong's One Night at Stour Space in Hackney Wick

Pop-up Ping Pong, who have regular residencies in Nunhead and at Boxpark, are bringing their tables to Stour Space in Hackney Wick for one night only on Thursday 24th April.  Book a table for Ping Pong below, and also get ready for beers, music, and lots of fun!

"Just like the sun in the morning skies, Pop Up Ping Pong (PUPP) is venturing east with incandescent purpose. 
Destination: the magnificent Stour Space in Hackney Wick. Perched on the banks of the River Lea and boasting views across the water to the Olympic park, Stour Space offers a unique amalgamation of exhibition, performance and studio space for the development of creative enterprises. 
For one night only on Thursday 24th April from 7pm-11pm, this takes the form of PUPP’s six ping pong tables filling the venue for an evening of social gaming. You can book playing time on the ping pong tables in advance and with only six up for grabs we're sure to sell out. Entry is otherwise free for friends and family to join in; the more the merrier!
It wouldn’t be a Pop Up Ping Pong affair without the customary accompaniments of music + liquor. Enter: resident Stour Space cafe The Counter, at the ready to quench your thirst with their home-roasted coffees and selection of craft beer, plus a beautiful stretch of open-air seating on the decks along the river. It’s a serene scene, guaranteed to be an evening of chilled out fun and hopefully some late spring sun.
Meet: PUPP’s Head Ball Boy or Head Ball Girl lurking in your midst, prepared to challenge those brave enough to a competitive match with a free tipple for the winner."

When - Thursday 24th April, 7pm - 11pm

Where - Stour Space 7 Roach Road Fish Island E3 2PA

Tickets - £10 for half an hour's table time from Design My Night here


Link - PUPP

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