Camden hosts the coolest place to chill: The Atoms For Peace Drawing Room

Posted at 10:00 am, July 24, 2013 in Arts & Entertainment, Music & Nightlife
Atoms for Peace

If you, like us, silently swore to yourself that you’d never go near anything ‘pop-up’ again for fear of becoming the ultimate dick, you’re in trouble. We’re all going to have to go back on our word, because The Enterprise in Camden in hosting a three-day pop-up (argh) immersive (arrrrgh) experience (AAAARRRGH) put together by Stanley Donwood of Radiohead album art fame.


At the Atoms For Peace Drawing Room you may admire artwork in their gallery, shop for art (some of which will be created before your very eyes on their silk screen printing press) or just hang out in the Atoms For Peace-themed surrounds. The band are playing across the road at The Roundhouse on Jul 24, 25 and 26 (not a coincidence), so you’ll no doubt find plenty of superfans to quiz. Maybe you’ll even see Thom milling around? Though he’s probably got better things to be doing. Maybe he’ll pop into Cyberdog, or go shopping for dodgy Radiohead merch in the Stables Market. Ashleigh Arnott

The Atoms For Peace Drawing Room will be open midday-8pm, Jul 24-27 at The Enterprise.

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