Art Night 2019

London’s free contemporary art festival is happening Saturday 22nd June. For one night – all night – art is put into extraordinary locations around London. This year, Art Night opens at King’s Cross at 5pm and 7pm in Walthamstow. See works by Christine Sun Kim, Barbara Kruger,  Julie Cunningham and Frances Stark plus more than 40 independently curated projects.  The projects in and around King’s Cross are listed below and the Victoria line is running all night to take you between the venues. You’ll find listings of places to eat and drink here. Look out for Art Night offers. Plus Canopy Market is open late with street food, desserts and drinks.

Art Night Live performance schedule here

The Art Night Visitor Information Centre is in Kiosk NIC on Lower Stable Street.

For families, and anyone not up for an all-nighter, the action continues on Sunday, with several of the artworks available to visit on the Family Trail. Also on the Sunday at King’s Cross, don’t miss Art Car Boot,  Central Saint Martins Degree Show Two and Open House Families – the architecture festival for kids.

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Christine Sun Kim - We Mean Business

Christine Sun Kim - We Mean Business

Part of the Art Night curated programme, Christine Sun Kim will collaborate with students at Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children to create 3 new commissions. The Berlin-based artist whose first language is American Sign Language, uses the media of drawing and sound in performance to investigate her relationship with spoken language and the aural environment.

Part of the Art Night curated programme, Christine Sun Kim will collaborate with students at Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children to create 3 new commissions. The Berlin-based artist whose first language is American Sign Language, uses the media of drawing and sound in performance to investigate her relationship with spoken language and the aural environment.

The project includes an experimental installation exploring how experiences of deafness shape understandings of language and culture; a durational sound piece at the new COS concept store made with DJ Matt Karmil (open until 10pm), and a text-based ‘declaration’ championing and celebrating the benefits of sign language at Lewis Cubitt Square. Find out more here.

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Coal Drops Yard, Cubitt Square & COS, 5pm-12am plus Sunday Trail.
Christine Sun Kim - Between a Dock and a Hard Place at COS

Christine Sun Kim - Between a Dock and a Hard Place at COS

This site-specific installation for COS is an atmospheric poem, a new way to experience sound. Working with Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children, artist Christine Sun Kim recorded noises generated by the school children, these were remixed by musician and producer DJ Matt Karmil to create a bass heavy track, pulsating through the store.

COS store at Coal Drops Yard, 5pm-10pm
Central Saint Martins - A Unified Work of Art

Central Saint Martins - A Unified Work of Art

On the weekend of Central Saint Martins’ Show Two: Design, the College presents a major new project to mark the centenary of the Bauhaus. In response to the German school’s renowned parties, students from across all disciplines at Central Saint Martins will transform Granary Square into a unified work of art, bringing together performers and the public.

On the weekend of Central Saint Martins’ Show Two: Design, the College presents a major new project to mark the centenary of the Bauhaus. In response to the German school’s renowned parties, students from across all disciplines at Central Saint Martins will transform Granary Square into a unified work of art, bringing together performers and the public.

Please note! This work may contain flashing lights.
For the full schedule artist and project details, please visit Art Night.

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Granary Square, Sat: 5pm–11pm, Sunday trail: 12pm-4pm
Libby Heaney - Top of the Bots: Karaoke Night

Libby Heaney - Top of the Bots: Karaoke Night

Visit a hidden karaoke room where you can perform with friends and strangers as a selected 90s musician and appear on the screen as an AI generated version of the original singer. This participatory experience explores individual and collective identity, voice, AI and pop culture.

This participatory experience explores individual and collective identity, voice, AI and pop culture. Visit a hidden karaoke room where you can perform with friends and strangers as a selected 90s musician and appear on the screen as an AI generated version of the original singer.

“In moments of identifying with voices, we are seeking to relive the moment of loss, and to ritualize it.” Freya Jarman, Queer Voices.

The piece considers karaoke as a site for new expressions of collective drama, pride, tolerance and even tears, where the identification with other voice, faces and times may give rise to elusive transcendental moments. Please note: Based above a pub, licensing restrictions apply. Sign up on arrival.

Supported by Art Night

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Star of Kings, 8pm-11pm, each session is up to 5 minutes
Places to eat and drink

Places to eat and drink

Coming to King’s Cross for Art Night? Here’s a helpful listing of places to eat and drink in the neighbourhood. Several of the bars and restaurants will be opening late especially for the festival. Plus Canopy Market, the covered market at West Handyside Canopy is open until 11pm with delicious street food, drinks and desserts.

Aga Khan Music Initiative - Maqams Then and Now

Aga Khan Music Initiative - Maqams Then and Now

A concert featuring three master musicians from Syria and Tajikistan performing their own compositions rooted in and inspired by maqam. Featuring Sirojiddin Juraev, Basel Rajoub, Feras Charestan.

A concert featuring three master musicians from Syria and Tajikistan performing their own compositions rooted in and inspired by maqam. Featuring Sirojiddin Juraev, Basel Rajoub, Feras Charestan.

Maqam is a vast domain of sophisticated art song and music that evolved over at least a millennium in the Eastern Mediterranean, Iraq, Iran, Azerbaijan, North Africa, and Central Asia. This concert is the culmination of a series of events interrogating how heritage and contemporary creativity enhance quality of life and sustainability in Muslim contexts. More info at Art Night.

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Aga Khan Centre, 7.30pm - 10pm
Daata Editions - Beyond the Door

Daata Editions - Beyond the Door

These newly comissioned videos consider the gamified reality of the present, hope for an anti-capitalist future and the simulated environments that are encountered within virtual spaces. The exhibition takes its name from the 1954 novella by Philip K Dick, examining the impact that clock-time has had on society for centuries.

These newly comissioned videos consider the gamified reality of the present, hope for an anti-capitalist future and the simulated environments that are encountered within virtual spaces. The exhibition takes its name from the 1954 novella by Philip K Dick, examining the impact that clock-time has had on society for centuries. The idea of venturing beyond the boundary of one’s own existence, escaping into a land of shadow and substance, is present throughout the artworks.

By Bob Bicknell-Knight, Peter Burr, Kara Gut, Tomasz Kobialka, Cassie McQuater and Georgie Roxby Smith.

Please note: Some of the videos contain references to drug use, gun crime, sex and use of offensive language.

More info at Art Night.

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Everyman on the Corner, Handyside St, 5pm-3am
Chalton Gallery - Magicians in Somers Town

Chalton Gallery - Magicians in Somers Town

Chalton Gallery presents a whole series of immersive exhibitions, installations and performances around Chalton Street and Somers Town. Artists include Monica Tolia, Saelia Aparicio, Sara Rodriguez and Rodrigo B. Camacho, Finn Thomson, Richie Moment, Rosie Gibbens and Guy Oliver. The night will end with a Tropical Party with DJs streaming live from Mexico City. Visit Chalton Gallery for full info and schedule.

Chalton Gallery and various locations around Chalton Street, 5pm–12.30am
Athena Papadopoulos - A Tittle-Tattle-Tell-A-Tale Heart

Athena Papadopoulos - A Tittle-Tattle-Tell-A-Tale Heart

In the context of the remarkable ‘Treasures of the British Library’ display, Athena Padadopoulos reads her book, A Tittle-Tattle-Tell-A-Tale Heart, from start to finish. Inverting the way in which we often consume novels, this performance will deliver the experimental narrative in one fell swoop.

In the context of the remarkable ‘Treasures of the British Library’ display, Athena Padadopoulos reads her book, A Tittle-Tattle-Tell-A-Tale Heart, from start to finish. Inverting the way in which we often consume novels, this performance will deliver the experimental narrative in one fell swoop.

A novel that is variously a diary, a detective narrative, a love story, and collage, the book is an artwork comprising of two parts. The first composed in eyeliner, and the second a frantic retelling of the previous.
Pre-registration required / walk-ins will be admitted depending on capacity. Places are limited so please register here in advance.

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The Sir John Ritblat Gallery, British Library 7pm–9pm
Demelza Watts - Poems from the Planets

Demelza Watts - Poems from the Planets

In July 2002, Antony Gormley installed Planets: eight boulders with incised human forms placed around a circular space in the front piazza of the British Library. In response to this work, Demelza Watts will work with local school children of Maria Fidelis Catholic School to collectively compose seven illustrated poems for a special one-off performance at the Poet’s Circle at the British Library.

In July 2002, Antony Gormley installed Planets: eight boulders with incised human forms placed around a circular space in the front piazza of the British Library. In response to this work, Demelza Watts will work with local school children of Maria Fidelis Catholic School to collectively compose seven illustrated poems for a special one-off performance at the Poet’s Circle at the British Library.

In July 2002, Antony Gormley installed Planets: eight boulders with incised human forms placed around a circular space in the front piazza of the British Library.

With its orbit, planets and ancient stones, Planets refers to timeless connections between man and environment and the physical properties and natural elements that they share. In response to this work, Demelza Watts will work with local school children of Maria Fidelis Catholic School to collectively compose seven illustrated poems for a special one-off performance at the Poet’s Circle at the British Library. Each of the students will perform their poems in front of the relevant planet sculpture, leaving the earth spot empty.

Presented by Chalton Gallery.  For full details, please visit artnight.london

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Poet’s Circle, British Library Piazza, 5.15pm-6pm
Katherine E. Bash - The Light of Consciousness

Katherine E. Bash - The Light of Consciousness

View this still-film in the Café surrounding King George III’s Library — a symbol of the Age of Enlightenment. In this setting, the work challenges the Enlightenment concept of objectivity by emphasising chance associations that happen within the viewer between poetry, photography and site as changing flavours of experience blossom into and out of being.

View this still-film in the Café surrounding King George III’s Library — a symbol of the Age of Enlightenment. In this setting, the work challenges the Enlightenment concept of objectivity by emphasising chance associations that happen within the viewer between poetry, photography and site as changing flavours of experience blossom into and out of being.

This is an offering and an invitation to the public to inhabit the space and to experience a transformation of worldly emotion into aesthetic experience through the medium of conscious awareness. The still-film in book format, of the same title, will also be screening.

Presented by Chalton Gallery.  For further details, please visit artnight.london.

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British Library, King’s Library Cafe - 6pm-7pm
Marina Abramović - Rising

Marina Abramović - Rising

UK Premiere. Marina Abramović’s first virtual reality piece addresses climate change by transporting viewers to witness the effects of rising sea levels. Wearing an immersive headset, viewers enter an intimate virtual space, where they come face-to-face with the artist who beckons from within a glass tank slowly filling with water.

UK Premiere. Marina Abramović’s first virtual reality piece addresses climate change by transporting viewers to witness the effects of rising sea levels. Wearing an immersive headset, viewers enter an intimate virtual space, where they come face-to-face with the artist who beckons from within a glass tank slowly filling with water.

Visitors are invited to make contact with the virtual Abramović, finding themselves surrounded by a dramatic scene of melting polar ice caps. Abramović urges viewers to reconsider their impact on the world around them, asking them to choose whether or not to save her from drowning by pledging to support the environment.

In collaboration with and sponsored by Acute Art

Pre-registration required. Walk-ins will be admitted depending on capacity. For further details and to register, please visit artnight.london.

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Screen 3, Everyman King’s Cross - 11pm-3am Sessions every 20 mins
Melodians Steel Orchestra UK - Hope, Love and The Future

Melodians Steel Orchestra UK - Hope, Love and The Future

This live music performance is a selection of tunes from the 80s and 90s that brings memories and thoughts of Hope, Love and The Future in a full range of genres from Latin, Pop, Jazz, Rock, Calypso and Acid House – from Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ to Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’.

This live music performance is a selection of tunes from the 80s and 90s that brings memories and thoughts of Hope, Love and The Future in a full range of genres from Latin, Pop, Jazz, Rock, Calypso and Acid House. From Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ to Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’, each piece is specially arranged for the Melodians.

Performance schedule:
5-5.30pm
6.30-7pm
8-8.40pm

Full information at Art Night.

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4 Pancras Square, 5pm-9.30pm
Nick Ferguson and Adrian Lee - Site/Ad-site

Nick Ferguson and Adrian Lee - Site/Ad-site

This artwork explores the passing of time, gentrification, and the relationship between public and private interest in the King’s Cross area. The work makes use of advertising space on abandoned cigarette bins which were affixed to commercial premises around London in 2007. Adrian and Nick will conduct two walking tours of the installations, starting from Lincoln Lounge, on York Way.

This public-realm artwork explores the passing of time, gentrification, and the relationship between public and private interest in the King’s Cross area. The work makes use of advertising space on abandoned cigarette bins which were affixed to commercial premises around London ‘for free’ by the courier firm Addison Lee in 2007.

Referencing the registers of architectural surveying, as well as the tradition of ‘mise-en-abime’, each now holds an image of itself in its current environment. For as long as they are left in situ, they will provide a record of the street frontage in a time of rapid urban change.

For a map of the bin locations and walking tour information, please visit artnight.london

Adrian and Nick will conduct two walking tours of the installations, starting from Lincoln Lounge, 52 York Way, Kings Cross, London N1 9AB.

Walking Tours: Saturday June 22 at 7pm and Sunday June 23 at 2pm.  50 mins duration per tour.

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Walking tours: Saturday June 22 at 7pm and Sunday June 23 at 2pm (50 mins).
Débora Delmar, Jade Montserrat, Alvin Tran, Steven Warwick - The Department of Love

Débora Delmar, Jade Montserrat, Alvin Tran, Steven Warwick - The Department of Love

Four new commissions exploring the places, meanings and functions of love in today’s world, carrying audiences on a journey from Battle Bridge Place, along Kings Boulevard and underground at Kings Cross Tunnel.

Four new commissions exploring the places, meanings and functions of love in today’s world, carrying audiences on a journey from Battle Bridge Place, along Kings Boulevard and underground at Kings Cross Tunnel.

Delmar’s roaming performers activate memories and experiences of being in love, while Montserrat explores the transitional spaces between urban and rural, with a focus on love as a strategy for survival. Tran’s choreography explores practices of care and affection during times of uprootedness, while Warwick’s direct address promotes empathy, and compassion. Hoping to situate the places, meanings and functions of love in contemporary society, The Department of Love presents modes of resistance and tools for self-preservation.

For the full schedule please visit artnight.london

Curated by Olivia Aherne, Paulina Ascencio Celina Basra and Anais Castro

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Battle Bridge Place, King's Boulevard and King's Cross Tunnel, 7pm–9.30pm
Georgina Hill with Mark Springer - Sacred Bands

Georgina Hill with Mark Springer - Sacred Bands

A moving image and music installation, inspired by Plutarch’s account of the Sacred Band of Thebes, the greatest army of the ancient world comprised of 150 pairs of male lovers. Georgina Hill directs a split-screen projection using archival footage of wars spanning the last century.

A moving image and music installation, inspired by Plutarch’s account of the Sacred Band of Thebes, the greatest army of the ancient world comprised of 150 pairs of male lovers. Georgina Hill directs a split-screen projection using archival footage of wars spanning the last century.

Original music by Mark Springer and text by David Flusfeder. The work shows solidarity with the unwitting subjects of war, and critique of patriarchal violence – considering notions of masculinity, glory, and death.

Sacred Bands is based on the opera Army of Lovers, a previous collaboration between Hill, Springer and Flusfeder, which was developed and produced by Charlotte Horton and Castello di Potentino in Tuscany, where it premiered in 2018.

Please note: Work contains images of violence.
Supported by Art Night

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Everyman Cinema, 11pm-3am. Performances run every half hour. Running time: 20 minutes.
RAW SILK at SUPERMAX

RAW SILK at SUPERMAX

Specially for Art Night, the SUPERMAX team welcomes you to a late night party in the basement bar with the incredible sound system. DJs RAW SILK will be playing. Special offer – £6 Art Night cocktail and dancing until 2am. Entrance is free.

SUPERMAX, Handyside Street. 10pm - 2am
Michael Takeo Magruder - Imaginary Cities

Michael Takeo Magruder - Imaginary Cities

Fantastical cityscapes created by artist in residence Michael Takeo Magruder. Traditional materials combine with cutting–edge digital technologies to remix images and live data from the British Library’s collection of urban maps into fictional cityscapes.

Fantastical cityscapes created by artist in residence Michael Takeo Magruder. Traditional materials combine with cutting–edge digital technologies to remix images and live data from the British Library’s collection of urban maps into fictional cityscapes.

Explore pieces combining algorithmically generated imagery and virtual environments with precious metal gilding and historical woodworking techniques.

Presented by the British Library
Supported by the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library.

For further details, please visit artnight.london.

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British Library, Entrance Hall Gallery - 5pm-9.30pm
Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot - Vast Forward

Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot - Vast Forward

This live interactive performance embraces the slippery process of predicting a positive future aided by pop songs. A pair of digital oracles sitting deep within a two-hundred-year-old ice well will mimic the artists as they deliver prophecies in the form of rephrased song lyrics. Guests can ask the oracles questions central to Art Night’s theme of Hope, Love and The Future, either on the night or via the artists’ website in advance.

This live interactive performance embraces the slippery process of predicting a positive future aided by pop songs. A pair of digital oracles sitting deep within a two hundred-year-old ice well will mimic the artists as they deliver prophecies in the form of rephrased song lyrics. Guests can ask the oracles questions central to Art Night’s theme of Hope, Love and The Future, either on the night or via the artists’ website in advance.

Watch in person or through the London Canal Museum’s Ice Well Webcam.
Vast Forward is a continuation of the Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot’s first solo (duo) show Another Funny Turn at Block 336 Gallery, London, during May and June 2019.

Supported by Art Night
With thanks to London Canal Museum.

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London Canal Museum, 7pm - 11pm
Boutique by Shelter

Boutique by Shelter

In celebration of Art Night, Boutique by Shelter will be open late selling donated limited edition prints, posters, special artist editions and other festival merchandise from previous iterations of London’s most popular contemporary art event.

In celebration of Art Night, Boutique by Shelter will be open late selling donated limited edition prints, posters, special artist editions and other festival merchandise from previous iterations of London’s most popular contemporary art event. Boutique by Shelter is a charity shop with a difference, offering a wide variety of quality on trend pieces, one-off vintage items and designer fashion at remarkable prices, all within a beautiful shopping environment created by HemingwayDesign.

Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing and homelessness. Income generated from Boutique by Shelter helps more people to use vital Shelter Services.

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Coal Drops Yard, 10am - 11pm
Sophie Seita - Transpositions

Sophie Seita - Transpositions

Taking inspiration from Barbara McClintock’s discovery of ‘jumping genes’ in her experiments with maize, Sophie Seita’s sound and video installation reflects on the concept and choreography of transposition, feminist kinship, ritual, the ritornello, and the cross-pollinating possibilities of flowery metaphors and of planting queer objects.

Taking inspiration from Barbara McClintock’s discovery of ‘jumping genes’ in her experiments with maize, Sophie Seita’s sound and video installation reflects on the concept and choreography of transposition, feminist kinship, ritual, the ritornello, and the cross-pollinating possibilities of flowery metaphors and of planting queer objects.

The installation is based on a polyphonic performance originally presented at the New Hall Art Collection Cambridge, which included improvised singing, live and recorded sound, polyrhythms, scripted spoken text, costume, dance, and audience participation.

Text, concept, video, installation: Sophie Seita
Sound: Caroline Ophis and Sophie Seita
Originally commissioned by the Cambridge Sociology Department and funded by the Wellcome Trust.
Transpositions coincides with Craft & Graft: Making Science Happen, a free exhibition at the Francis Crick Institute.
Supported by Art Night and Francis Crick Institute

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Francis Crick Institute (foyer and auditorium), 5pm-10pm
UP Projects - Constellations

UP Projects - Constellations

Drawing on the history of Gasholders No.8 in King’s Cross, from iconic 19th Century industrial structure to residential leisure site with landmark status, the Constellations group will present a series of participatory activities that explore ideas related to public space.

Drawing on the history of Gasholders No.8 in King’s Cross, from iconic 19th Century industrial structure to residential leisure site with landmark status, the Constellations group will present a series of participatory activities that explore ideas related to public space.
The artists are: Amanda Ramasawmy, Angharad Davies, Dunya Kalantery, Edwin Mingard, Hannah Kemp-Welch, Katie Fiore, Mai Omer and Miki Holloway.

Constellations is an annual artist development programme produced by UP Projects in partnership with Flat Time House. The programme supports artists interested in socio-political issues, community-oriented practice or public contexts to refine existing approaches, or propose new models for collaboration and co-creation.
For the full schedule please visit artnight.london

Presented and curated by UP Projects, in partnership with Flat Time House
Venue support by Argent

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Gasholder Park, 5pm–11pm
Canopy Market

Canopy Market

Canopy Market, the covered market at King’s Cross will be staying open late for Art Night. Head there for delicious street food such as bibimbap and Korean Fried Chicken, toasted British Cheese melts, hand-made, fresh pasta, sweets and dessert. With English wine, craft beer or masala chai to warm the soul. Special Art Night offers will be available throughout the night.

West Handyside Canopy, Fri 12-8pm,Sat, 11-11pm and Sun 11-6pm
Art Car Boot Fair - 23rd June

Art Car Boot Fair - 23rd June

On Art Night weekend,  this car boot with a difference rolls into King’s Cross. You’ll find original pieces sold by the artists themselves at astonishing prices. You might even find specially commissioned pieces from a Young British Artist or two. This is a ticketed event.

Lewis Cubitt Square, 23 Jun, 1pm-6pm
Happy Face

Happy Face

Happy Face, the home of pizza in King’s Cross is opening late for Art Night serving pizzas, cocktails and gelato until 3am. Special Art Night offer – £6 Art Night cocktail.

Happy Face Pizza, R7 Handyside Street
Central Saint Martins Degree Show Two

Central Saint Martins Degree Show Two

The Central Saint Martins’ Degree Show is one of the most hotly anticipated events in London’s design calendar. Show Two: Design features the final projects from fashion, jewellery, product design and more.

This event is free, open to the public and no booking is required.

Be the first to see the exciting work of Central Saint Martins graduates with Degree Show Two.

Work on show will include disciplines such as product, ceramic and industrial design, drama and performance, fashion, graphic communication design, spatial practices, and jewellery and textiles.

Degree Show Two opening times:
Wednesday: 12 noon – 8pm
Thursday: 12noon – 4pm
Friday: 12noon – 8pm
Saturday to Sunday: 12 noon – 6pm

This event is FREE and open to the public, no booking is required.

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Central Saint Martins, 19-23 June
Open House Families - 22-23 June

Open House Families - 22-23 June

This wonderful free architecture event for kids encourages children to explore the city and their creative talents. At King’s Cross, Gasholder Park is transformed into an architecture carnival with London-themed crazy golf, a build-to-the-moon challenge, mini cities to create, kites to build and so much more.

Gasholder Park
Art Night at Spiritland

Art Night at Spiritland

Spiritland is the beating musical heart of King’s Cross, with a deep music and cultural programme on a unique sound system. For Art Night 2019, Spiritland is opening late with resident selector Miche playing until 3am. Special offer: Art Night cocktail for £6.

Spiritland, Stable Street, until 3am
Cos x Mamou-Mani - Conifera

Cos x Mamou-Mani - Conifera

While at Art Night, visit Conifera at the COS store at Coal Drops Yard. The installation is by London-based French architect Arthur Mamou-Mani and his eponymous studio. First showcased during Salone del Mobile at Milan Design Week 2019, the installation and this site-specific iteration for COS explores the future of design, tech and material innovation.

While at Art Night, visit Conifera at the COS store at Coal Drops Yard. The installation is by London-based French architect Arthur Mamou-Mani and his eponymous studio. First showcased during Salone del Mobile at Milan Design Week 2019, the installation and this site-specific iteration for COS Coal Drops Yard explores the future of design, tech and material innovation.

The bricks in the installation are made from a composite of wood and PLA – a bioplastic that is fully compostable, created using renewable resources. The interlocking, modular bricks were 3D-printed using open-source software.

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COS Store, Coal Drops Yard, 5pm - 10pm
Coal Drops Yard

Coal Drops Yard

Coal Drops Yard is new shopping district at King’s Cross. The cobbled streets and Victorian brick arches are home to a wonderful and unexpected mix of independent shops and brands from home and abroad. There are more than 50 stores, bars and restaurants to discover. Find out more here.

S120 Presents: Aura Photography

S120 Presents: Aura Photography

Join S120 in store and discover the mysterious world of aura photography and Reading. Aura is an energy, invisible to the average eye, radiating from every person – the electromagnetic field that surrounds the human body, and every organism and object in the universe. Discover more about yourself and your energy with a polychromatic image to take home.

S120 Store, Coal Drops Yard, 5pm-8pm
Morty & Bob's

Morty & Bob's

Morty & Bob’s is really embracing the artistic creativity that is being brought to King’s Cross with Art Night. Guests can get 20% off their total bill. All you have to do is draw your food, drink or the café on sketch paper provided. The best drawing will be posted on Instagram (#artwithcheese @mortyandbobs), and wins a complimentary brunch for four people! Pencils at the ready!

Morty & Bob's, 49 Coal Drops Yard

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