The drearathon that is Bold Tendencies is back for its sixth (sixth!) annual offering. We are all well aware of the deal by now: it's an urban sculpture park that is held in a disused multi-storey car park. You see, what was once a great USP is now a shackle on the neck of its owners. It is impossible for the art shown at Bold Tendencies to compete with the rooftop terrace and a view of London that is almost unparalleled for a public space in South London.
But there is a saving grace, and that is that South Londoners (both native and non-native) are a very friendly breed of folk and when events are conspired to bring people together, there are very few things that are more fun.
Book tickets now for We Can Elude Control, a free evening of music, performance and DJ'ing featuring artists Roly Porter and Paul Jebanasam, from Bristol's Subtext label; Bill Koulligas, of Berlin's PAN, and live music from Ruaridh (I think it's pronounced 'Rory') Law of Broken20, Roberto Crippa and Rosie Farrell. Bold Tendencies won when they decided to host Frank's Campari bar. This is more like it.
We Can Elude Control is on Saturday 18 August from 1930.