This place has been open since last summer and I've been a few times over the months. Everytime I go it does seem to look a bit more 'done up' which is a good thing really as the first time I went it was damp, dark and still felt like an abandoned underground factory (in a bad way not a cool way!)
When I went a couple of weeks ago, however, it seems like they have really spent some time making it 'party friendly' and the night that I went to was amazing. They have installed an incredible, earth-shattering soundsystem - an absolute must for any self-respecting warehouse venue - and have opened up the first floor so there is now another dance area and also somewhere to chill out on sofas if it all gets a bit much.
well, lucky if you a) find your way in (through the shop next door) and b) are let in bit of a disappointment to have come all the way just to be sent away.
Is this really a gallery, or rather a souped up night club with nothing much to offer during the day?
Nice popup gallery space for events. When I went, there was an exhibition for i-D magazine, which was very neat, and in the basement there was a Kid Koala "Music to Draw to" evening - everything was great, although I wish there were more chairs to sit on (sitting on concrete is a tad uncomfortable!) Grungy in that East London kind of way.
An events and exhibition space in Shoreditch, East London
We host exhibitions, live art live music club events symposiums and film screenings
Established in 2011.
Now in its 3rd year, The Red Project continues to deliver on our 'cultural house sitting' remit, having transformed an empty property into one of the Capital's landmark creative spaces.
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