Thursday 6th August 2015 8:00pm
Lewis Cubitt Square, Kings Cross, London
Panarmonion, a new venue—bar and stage—will open at Lewis Cubitt Square, King's Cross, this summer.
The atmospheric temporary pavilion will be another summer hangout for the area, with a bespoke-built bar and a programme of eclectic and engaging performances from 31st July–21st August, all happening inside and outside a circular canopy.
Panarmonion has been commissioned by King's Cross in collaboration with Lyn Atelier and draws inspiration from the pleasure gardens that sprung up around King's Cross in the 1830s.
At 12-metres in diameter, the temporary pavilion will host intimate performances within its stunning graphic walls, but will also be transformed into a bandstand for the whole of Lewis Cubitt Square for major shows.
Drawing its inspiration from the pleasure gardens of the past, the atmospheric space will come complete with a performance stage, draped curtains and inflatable canopy, allowing its audience to escape the hustle and bustle of London's streets to enjoy an evening of surprise and delight, with high quality al fresco entertainment, creative cocktails and delicious summer beers.