Friday 4th and Saturday 5th October 2013
40-42 Newington Causeway
[Access through gates with carwash sign]
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The StockMKT, Coldcut, Don Letts & Pop up Ping Pong – Elefest is gonna be rockin’
This October we are bringing it to another level. For two nights only, The StockMKT are taking over a massive warehouse in Elephant & Castle as part of the annual Elefest. As always our shindigs will be a true night market. FREE and welcoming to all – families, freaks, funlovers and hep cats… but not actual cats.
There will be awesome street food from a dozen of the capital’s best trucks, roasters, flippers and barbecuers and we will have a great mix of crafts, craft beer, cocktails from Vestal Vodka, awesome bands and our own DJs too.
For the first time outside of West London, we have the legendary Pop Up Ping Pong bringing their ping pong and beer pong tables and huge slice of party spirit to The StockMKT. Find them on Twitter @PingPopPong.
Come join us for…
Colonel Tom’s Gumbo
The Community Kitchen
Donostia Social Club
Grocery Street Kitchen
Mei Mei’s Street Cart
The Cotton Club
Fluffy Puffy Puffs
Grays & Feather
CRAFTS, ARTS & FASHION
Department of Works
Indian Bicycle Shop
Ink Heart Kicks
Juan Is Dead
Ministry of Words
Jeremiah Marques & The Blue Aces
Mano de Dios
The Midnight Special
The Electic Pedal Cinema
Pop Up Ping Pong by PuPP
SUPER SPECIAL SECRET CINEMA CLUB
Friday 4th October
10pm – 2am
Noise of Art’s Wicker Man Disco Inferno
From around 10pm on our first night (4th Oct) in the Elefest Cinema Club (£5) which is joined to our main space, actor Nathaniel Parker will introduce a night of film and sonics. First off, Matt Black of the pioneering Coldcut will be creating a unique sonic mix over classic silent films. This will be followed by DJs Ben Osborne and Justin Robertson bringing their ‘Noise of Art’ interpretation of The Wicker Man to the big screen. This is absolutely mind-blowing stuff to have on after our night market.
Read more here.
Saturday 5th October
10pm – 2am
The Harder They Come – 40th Anniversary Screening + Don Letts DJ Set
On the second night (5th Oct), again from 10pm, musical legend Don Letts, who should be known to you from his amazing work in Big Audio Dynamite in the 80s, his punk-reggae films from the 70s and today from his ace BBC 6 Music show, will be DJing in the Elefest Cinema Club. The mighty Letts will be tailoring his set to follow a unique 40th anniversary screening of The Harder They Come, the best of all reggae films and a must see if it’s eluded you so far. If you’ve seen it before, then why not see it again, but with Mr Letts as your host?
Read more here.
How to find us…
The venue is just five minutes walk from Elephant & Castle Tube and rail or from Borough Tube. Pretty much every bus in London seems to go through Elephant if you are coming on one of those big red things and night buses run all…er…night.
Entry to The StockMKT, as always, is FREE and tickets are just £5 per night for the cinema club. For details on tickets for the full weekend, visit the Elefest site.
See you there!