Mud

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Mud

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Sessions are limited to 15 people on a first come first serve basis. Even with a reserved Eventbrite ticket entry is not garunteed. 

Throw your own ceramics and learn how beautiful pottery makes it from clay to kiln at MUD, a new Ceramics Factory at Tom Dixon's King's Cross HQ. Partnering with Central St Martin's BA Ceramics Design course, visitors can get their hands dirty and create their own personal designs. Whether you're after a plate or a platter, a bowl or a planter, choose the shape and glaze of clay to make it yourself. The Ceramics Factory is free, and guests will be required to duplicate what they take home. The pieces that will remain will be used for our Coal Office restaurant, opening in September. The sessions will be guided by Central St Martins graduates, Rosie Christopher and Mette Myllynen. Register in advance. 

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Totally rubbish. 35 people traveled from all over London all with tickets in hand for what we were then told was only 15 spots. They said there wasn’t space, tickets didn’t matter, and we should have come early and queued up as it was first come first serve. No signs at the venue, no instructions on the emailed tickets. When we complained the manager admitted he didn’t know how to use eventbrite and it was just for marketing. Taking advantage of people, really uncool Tom Dixon.

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Over subscribed! Got turned away! Don’t bother. Rude man just awful