New Venue Number 90 Unveils Grand Opening Weekend Programme

New Venue Number 90 Unveils Grand Opening Weekend Programme

Number 90 Launch Weekend | 90 Main Yard, Wallis Road, Hackney Wick | Thursday 6th – Saturday 8th | FREE

Number 90, the stunning new canal-side multi-arts venue, has unveiled its grand opening weekend programme!

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They Say: A carefully designed line-up encapsulating East London’s finest cultural collectives will showcase the venue’s great diversity and stern determination to work alongside the best local artists, musicians, producers and merchants within Hackney Wick’s flourishing and expanding cultural ‘scape. Entry to the venue is free across the entire launch weekend featuring the best street food chefs, live bands and DJs.

Number-90-Hackney-Bar-And-RestaurantFounders Remi Landaz and Bruno Cabral have not only put together a stunning, spacious canal-side bar and restaurant right in the heart of Hackney Wick, but also a grand opening weekend which promises to encapsulate the venue’s ambitions to showcase the best local artists, producers, food merchants, musicians & DJs.

On Thursday, Number 90 Head Chef Leon Borja serves up a special one-off Brazilian-themed menu, alongside handpicked guest food vendors: Hanoi Kitchen will be cooking Vietnamese street food with a European twist, and Thank Cluck will put KFC to shame with amazing fried chicken. Oh, and there will be plenty of booze to be had.

In the bar, TRUMAN’S provide their refreshing beers to keep your thirst quenched – that is, if you’re not swayed by the cutting-edge selection of cocktails….

Number-90-HackneyAnd as for entertainment, you can expect three days musical magic, featuring Marksman and Lois & The Love, Road To Nowhere. The Vinyl Factory and more!

Oh, and a bit of art… Charlie McFarley will launch the first monthly exhibition, “described by some as a creative saboteur, disrupting the wonderful world of children’s cartoon art and forcing the viewer into a landscape of intricately painted nightmares that seem to smile back at you.”

Doors  open from 8PM till midnight on Thursday 6th March, 5pm till Midnight on Friday 7th March and 12pm till midnight on Saturday 8th. Entry is free for the whole weekend. RSVP on Facebook.

Rupert Dannreuther

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.