Time Out says
A huge, Grade I listed warehouse in East London, Tobacco Dock was originally constructed in the early 1800s but now plays host to some altogether more modern pleasures. From rooftop film screenings, to pop-up festivals to day raves, it's a teeming hub of exciting London day and nightlife.
Users say (8)
Average User Rating
4.1 / 5
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- 4 star:4
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Really disappointed at the number of food outlets where you could actually buy food to consume there and then. At other Taste events there have been many, many more. The Battersea Food Festival a few months ago had infinitely moe. I really can't tell you just how disappointed I am. Very poor value - cost £17.00 to get in, just to walk round a load of stands where you could buy (admittedly very good) produce to take home.
Up on the roof at Tobacco Dock we joined other Time Out Card holders for an evening of live music and film. It was pretty awesome. The live artists Amy Hudson, Benjamin Yellowitz and Beth Keeping played with the high-rise buildings of the city as their backdrop. As it went dark the screen lit up and we sat back to enjoy Whiplash. I am not sure a September Monday night gets much better than this.
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