We’re so fortunate to live in one of the most innovative cities in the world – but in case you needed to be reminded of that fact, talents from music, design, art, photography and food will be brought together for one night on September 12th to celebrate the London’s blistering creativity. In homage to the way Cutty Sark whisky was smuggled into the US 90 years ago, performances will take place inside a giant reproduction of a wooden cargo crate (ah-mazing?) with the soulful Jessie Ware headlining the unique proceedings.
Other guests on board include DJ and producer Duke Dumont, Burlesque star Miss Polly Rae and music photographer Tom Oxley, who’ll be presenting an exhibition of “video portraits” where he captured the likes of Liam Gallagher, Jake Bugg and Azealia Banks. Then there’s the food and booze, which will come courtesy of Meat Liquor’s Yianni Papoutsis, while 1920s inspired cocktails will be served at a secret speakeasy in the crate, run by 69 Colebrooke Row.
Finally, further artsy displays will come from The Shanty Theatre Company, It’s Nice That and design studio Flat-e, making all this sound like one heck of an amazing night out – so for your chance to win a pair a tickets, enter by doing one of the following:
Simply ‘like’ us on Facebook, and post this on our wall: I really, really wanna go to Cutty Cargo!
Or tweet: I really, really wanna go to Cutty Cargo! to @culturalexpose
The competition closes on Tuesday, September 10th at midnight and a winner will be chosen at random. Good luck!
For more info about Cutty Cargo, visit www.cutty-sark.com/cutty-cargo
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