The Barge House famously hosted, among other things, the very first studio of fashion designer Alexander McQueen. Nowadays, the bijoux waterside venue set on a vibrant strip of the Haggerston Riviera is more well-known as an East London brunch haven, serving up quality Franco-British fare with a side order of music, film, and weekly entertainment.

As part of their dynamic summer programme, The Barge House has teamed up with MasterChef UK 2017 finalist Steve Kielty – otherwise known as Survival, one of the most prolific music producers of the last 20 years – to bring you the aptly-named Spinning Plates: an exhilarating night of fine food and heavy beats.

Renowned for his creative precision and scientific approach to cooking, Steve’s passion for food is outweighed only by his devotion to Drum & Bass – the genre that has earned him a reputation as one of the leading craftsmen in the business. With a rapidly expanding fanbase and an impressive discography to boot, Steve is quickly making a name for himself in culinary and entertainment circles across the UK.

Spinning Plates attendees can expect to be treated to a premium three-course meal, followed by an official afterparty where Survival will be flanked by some very special guests from the Drum & Bass scene. D&BTV will be streaming live from the dance floor, which is free and open to the public from 8PM.

Industry tickets to this event are limited, but there are 14 public tickets up for grabs HERE.

Spinning Plates starts at 6PM on 26th July 2017 at The Barge House, 46a De Beauvoir Crescent, London N1 5RY

Photo: Chelone Wolf