For three days, the forecourt at Television Centre will be transformed into an all-out festival to mark the official reopening. From food and music to live entertainment, it’s a festival befitting the building, and it’s not to be missed.
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Regularly hailed as London’s best pizza, with unorthodox toppings and prosecco on tap. Homeslice will be offering a slice of pizza and beer deal.
From humble beginnings in a shipping container in Brixton to a new outpost at Television Centre, Kricket brings to life the flavours of Mumbai using seasonal British ingredients. Kricket will be serving its epic Bhel puri and Keralan fried chicken.
London’s favourite burgers come to Television Centre. Stacked buns that require an unhinged jaw. During the festival the crowd favourite Ari Gold will be on the menu in slider form!
The sophisticated Chelsea establishment moves north. Modern European dining with an interior to please the well-heeled. Bluebird Café will feature hero dishes including Nduja crusted yellow fin tuna with grilled onion and green sauce.
Tacos and margaritas will be brought to West London by the city’s favourite taqueria, Bad Sports.
The BBC Concert Orchestra was founded in 1952, and is a resident orchestra at Southbank Centre. You may have heard them on the radio or at The Proms, but for one night — on Thursday – they’ll be performing at Television Centre. For those who know their Dr. Who from their Fawlty Towers, the orchestra will perform the BBC’s most iconic theme tunes. See it from 7:30–8:30pm on 12 April, inside the atrium at 2 Television Centre.
Join Sarah Malcolm for a playful vinyasa flow class in the iconic Helios of Television Centre. Sarah will guide you through an hour of soft yet fiery yoga practice with a focus on moving with breath and intention. All levels are welcome and encouraged to practice at their own pace. Mats provided.
Heaps + Stacks will be giving guests the chance to get their hands dirty in a Blue Peter inspired gardening set-up. Guests can choose from a mixture of seeds or miniature plants and pot their own miniature takeaway plant.
Marguerite is a members’ club for women who work in the arts: across art; design; fashion; architecture; and photography.
He’s worked with the likes of Adele, Paul McCartney and Jay-Z, and for three days he’ll be working with Television Centre to curate an eclectic music programme. Seb Chew, the DJ behind the legendary YOYO, a club night that ran for ten years in New York and London, will curate a series of DJ performances.
5 — 7pm Mark Rae
7 — 9pm Theo Motive (NTS)
9 — 10.30pm YOYO
5.00 — 6.30pm Kish (Soho Radio)
6.30 — 8pm Leo Greenslade
8 — 9.30pm J-33
9.30 — 10.30pm Seb Chew
6 — 8pm Matt White
8 — 10pm Severino Horsemeat Disco
Heaps + Stacks will be challenging guests try their hand at presenting the weather; they will need to be upbeat about those low temperatures and unflappable even in the highest of winds. The content will be captured and sharable on social after the experience.