Former Television Centre Car Park Roof Becomes Summer Hotspot

Storeys pop-up festival offers food, drinks, music, cinema and panoramic views

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The roof of the former BBC Television Centre's multi-storey car park has been transformed into the home of an open air pop-up food festival.

Launched at the weekend, the Storeys "pop-up food experience" turns the former multi-storey car park into a a nine storey high summer terrace hotspot, featuring striking artwork and offering panoramic views of West London.

Some of the UK’s best street food traders and pop up bars are in residence alongside early morning yoga sessions, outdoor film screenings, daytime game areas, evening DJ sets and a varied events programme.

Working with charitable organisation somewhere_to, Storeys will showcase a series of murals from young artists aged from 16-24, as well as talented London street artists. Other design features will include art installations, wall plants and reclaimed material used throughout.

Alistair Shaw, Managing Director of Television Centre, says: " We are delighted to welcome Storeys to Television Centre, featuring some of the UK’s best street food alongside fantastic views of the West London skyline."

Food lovers can choose from a series of street food, including French-American brunch from Le Bun, Crabbieshack’s soft shell crab burgers, finger-licking wings from Randy’s Wing Bar, succulent skewers from En Brochette, Asian-Carribean fusion from Yum Jungle, fresh Peruvian ceviche and anticuchos from Aji Ceviche, spicy jerk chicken from White Men Can’t Jerk, handmade gourmet ice lollies from Lickalix, with yet more to be announced.

Bartenders are be serving rum cocktails at the ‘Rum Shack', while tropical fruit sharers, ice cold beer and more are available from the 'TV Bar'.

On Saturday and Sunday mornings, sleepyheads can wake themselves up with some quality espresso-based coffee or head to the 'Bloody Mary Bar', open for guests to help themselves while they kick back and relax on double day beds.

Working with charitable organisation somewhere_to, Storeys also showcases a series of murals from young artists aged from 16-24, as well as talented London street artists.

Entry is free and opening times are:
Friday: 5pm – 11pm
Saturday: 11am – 11pm
Sunday: 11am – 8pm

Find out more at Storeys