Immersive live music venue to launch in London railway arches
London’s first-ever socially distanced immersive live music venue will open its doors on Friday 2 October. One Night Records, which has been described as ‘secret cinema for music’ will operate from a railway arch at Warden’s Grove, near London Bridge station. It’s first run of shows will kick off with ‘Lockdown Town’, which will feature more than 300 artists and provide visitors with the chance to explore five musical worlds in one night.
Small Business Minister visits Electric Playbox to support #loveyourlocalarches campaign
Small Business Minister Paul Scully MP recently visited Electric Playbox, the immersive digital gaming experience based in an arch on Scoresby Street in London. During his visit, the Minister gave his backing for the #loveyourlocalarches campaign, which has been running throughout August
Mayor of London backs ‘love your local arches’ campaign to support independent businesses
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has endorsed a campaign to encourage the public to use their local arch businesses throughout August and help small businesses hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. The #loveyourlocalarches campaign will culminate in an Arch Day on 29 August 2020.