Music, food, drink, crazy golf and much more combines with Junkyard weirdness in the latest pop-up attraction due to hit London town on 12 May at The Old Truman Brewery. Crowds have raved about Junkyard Golf Club in their native Manchester, now punters south of the border have a chance to join in.
In their first London foray, the creative minds behind Manchester’s B.Eat Street and Friday Food Fight will bring Junkyard Golf Club to the city this summer. The unique take on crazy golf finds courses in mutant form, jewels from the scrap heap augmented into glittering obstacles for budding Londoners to overcome. With the use of the mighty putter game players can chose from three, nine-hole courses of weirdness and twisted junk named Pedro (Polluted Paradise), Frank (Putt up or Shut Up) and Helga (In Da Club).
Top class nosh will be on offer in the form of street food soon-to-be legends Bart’s Dog Kart and Big Grillie Style, serving lip-smacking hot dogs, nachos and more. Meanwhile banging cocktails will be served from Junkyard Golf Club’s bars including ‘Tee Diddy’ (Santa Teresa Rum, Curacao, Almond, Lime and Pineapple) and ‘Who’s Your Caddy’ (Portobello Road Gin, Strawberry, Lemon, and Cranberry).
Junkyard Golf Club will be open seven days a week beginning 12th May and ending in August, from 11:00am until 11:00pm. Weekday and Sunday tickets are priced at £8.50 per person whilst Friday and Saturdays will be £9.50.
Junkyard Golf Club, The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL, 11.00 – 23.00 daily.