The popular Manchester attraction arrives at The Old Truman Brewery for three months from the 12th May.
Fancy an evening filled with music, food and crazy golf? Then you will need to visit the latest pop up attraction to hit the Old Truman Brewery, coming down from Manchester for a limited time.
This is the first visit to London for the creative minds who are also behind Manchester’s B.Eat Street and Friday Food Fight, providing a new experience for Londoners over the Summer.
It is a unique take on usual crazy golf courses, which with the use of the mighty putter game players can chose from three, nine-hole courses of weirdness and twisted junk named Pedro (Polluted Paradise), Frank (Putt Up Or Shut Up) and Helga (In Da Club).
Food will be provided by Bart’s Dog Kart and Big Grillie Style, serving lip-smacking hot dogs, nachos and more to those who are feeling hungry. Meanwhile, if you are feeling thirsty, cocktails will be served from Junkyard Golf Club’s bars including ‘Tee Diddy’ (Santa Teresa Rum, Curacao, Almond, Lime and Pineapple) and ‘Who’s Your Caddy’ (Portobello Road Gin, Strawberry, Lemon, Cranberry).
The Junkyard Golf Club will be open seven days a week, from 11am to 11pm, with weekday and Sunday tickets costing £8.50 per person whilst Friday and Saturdays will be £9.50.
Tickets for the attraction go on sale from 6pm on the 11th April for the London run. For more information and to book tickets visit: http://www.junkyardgolfclub.co.uk/#!about-ldn/d2atf.