Thursday sees the opening of the In Situ project space on New Cross Road, right next door to the Royal Albert, one of Deptford's finest locals. Art and ale, potentially a great combination.
The space has been under development for some time but on Thursday the waiting will be over, with the official opening sponsored by By the Horns brewery and the first residency a three-week 'adventure in lifestyle, craft and noise' by Gaggle Cave, a '20-strong alternative female choir'.
After the private view on Thursday, Gaggle Cave will be open to the public, Friday 31st May – Thursday 20th June, 12 - 8pm daily and Gaggle live rehearsals will take place every Tuesday during their occupation, 7 - 9pm.
Find out more about the In Situ project space at the Facebook page.