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Dalston Roof Park officially reopens to the public on the 29th April – as such the team invites you to the official launch party for their summer season.

Maxine Garman headlines alongside some special guests to be announced.

The venue has had some serious refurbishment in anticipation of reopening for 2017.

Some updates include :

– Retractable roofing system to protect against weather
– Brand new Tiki Bar serving cocktails
– In-house food served by Far Out Food
– Sound system updates
– Extra sound proofing
– New lighting around the venue
– More furniture to relax on
– Decor updates including real palm tree’s, plants and greenery
– New flooring around the venue

Everything is set for it to be one of the best summers on the roof yet. Don’t miss out as this launch party is due to be special.

29
April
15:00 — 00:00
Dalston Roof Park
18 Ashwin Street

London , E8 3DL United Kingdom
£5 - £10

Details

Start:
April 29 @ 15:00
End:
April 30 @ 00:00
Cost:
£5 - £10
Event Category:

 OUR TENANTS

DUSTY KNUCKLE BAKERY – the Bootyard, Abbot Street

The Dusty Knuckle makes beautiful and delicious things, with great care and obsessive energy. An award-winning social enterprise, The Dusty Knuckle plans to work with young people facing barriers to financial independence: youth offenders, early school leavers and the long-term unemployed.

Opening hours:

Monday – CLOSED

Tuesday – Friday 8.30am – 3.30pm

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CAFÉ OTO – 18-22 Ashwin Street

Daytime cafe, night-time performances, with live avant-garde music from free jazz to psych rock.

Monday – CLOSED

Monday – Friday 8.30 – 5.30pm

Saturday 9.30 – 5.30pm

Sunday 10.30 – 5.30pm

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MERCI MARIE – Fitzroy House, Abbot Street

Merci Marie is one of Dalston’s best kept secrets – a beautifully simple restaurant hidden from the masses serving lunch and dinner in a predominantly French & European style.

Monday – Friday 12 – 3pm

Every Friday 7pm – late

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40FT BREWERY  – the Bootyard, Abbot Street

40FT Brewery opened its doors on 1st May 2015 in a disused car park in Dalston, East London. The brew house and tap room are built in repurposed 40 foot shipping containers.

Friday 5 – 11pm

Saturday 5 – 10pm

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