Strange Days launches November Friday evening lates sequence

Originally posted on The Vinyl Factory.

With DJs, visitor cooks and prolonged present opening hours.

The Store X and The Vinyl Factory have introduced a sequence of Friday evening occasions this November within the Strange Days cafe.

Each Strange Days Lates occasion will run alongside prolonged opening hours of Strange Days: Memories of The Future, with the cafe internet hosting a distinct visitor DJ, cooks and sommelier each week. The area will even be exhibiting Ben Kelly’s set up Columns.

Strange Days launches November Friday night lates series

Strange Days: Memories of the Future is an audio-visual exhibition offered by The Store X New Museum and The Vinyl Factory that includes 21 works by artists and filmmakers together with Kahlil Joseph, John Akomfrah, Ed Atkins, Pipilotti Rist, Hassan Khan and Ragnar Kjartansson.

Guest cooks throughout the November occasions embody BASTARDA, TaTa Eatery, Anglo-Thai and Stanley & V, alongside DJs Touching Bass, Joe Halligan of Assemble and George Webster.

Strange Days Lates will run from 7pm – 11.30pm, with the exhibition open till 9pm. (Last entry at eight.30pm.)

Check out the schedule under forward of the launch this Friday November 2 and head right here for more information.

November 2 – BASTARDA

Viet-influenced dishes by Anaïs Van Manen
Drinks by ex-NOMA sommelier Honey Spencer
DJ: George Webster (CNN Style Editor)

November 9 – Stanley & V

Italian-influenced plates by Vito
Wines by Tutto

November 16 Matt Z’s Pasta

Handrolled pasta by Matt Z
Cocktails by Dom of The Savoy’s American Bar
DJ: God Colony (Dazed & Confused)

November 23 – Anglo-Thai

Thai-flavoured dishes by John Chantsarak (Som Saa)
Wines by Modal
DJ: Joe Halligan (Assemble)

November 30 – TaTa Eatery

Portuguese-Chinese small plates by Ana and Meng
Wines by Tommy Tannock
DJ: Touching Bass


Exhibition closes at 9pm with final entry at eight.30pm.
Strange Days lates are open 7pm – 11.30 pm, with entry to The Store X from 9pm Surrey Street.

Read subsequentStrange Days: Memories of the Future opens at The Store X