The move, which has been attributed to the ongoing regeneration of the Low Line along the Southbank and into Borough, will see the food, drink and event destination relaunch on Southwark Street in a space a mere 200 feet from its original location on the corner of Southwark Bridge Road and Union Street.
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Art Place at Fort Totten is a multi-phase, mixed-use project located in Washington, D.C. near the Fort Totten Metro station. In total, the four-phase Planned Unit Development (PUD) was approved to include a mix of residential and commercial uses, including a childcare facility, children’s museum, grocery store, and mixture of community and arts uses.
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Mumford & Sons’ Ben Lovett has told IQ about his first move into the US market with the opening of two new venues in Huntsville, Alabama.
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Between May 13-15, 2022, The Orion Amphitheater, will celebrate its opening weekend with The First Waltz — a landmark event, in the iconic venue, bringing together community and a cross-section of artists with deep ties to the North Alabama, who have each played a role in the enduring legacy of the region.
Some of the names included in the momentous three-day event are Brittany Howard, Drive-by Truckers, Emmylou Harris, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, John Paul White, Mavis Staples, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, and Waxahatchee with more guests to be announced.
Construction is under way on the $45 million structure, which will provide educational events, festivals and the backdrop for local businesses and other organizations wanting to host large-scale gatherings.
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The most important and influential design competition for food and beverage spaces worldwide. Entering its 14th year, it recognises and celebrates the world’s most creative spaces and the people behind them.
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The much-loved London music venue The Social has had its long-term future secured after it formed a new partnership with fellow grassroots music venues Omeara and Lafayette, headed by Mumford & Sons’ Ben Lovett.
Read more on NME.com: Mumford & Sons’ Ben Lovett heads new partnership to secure future of London venue The Social