Currently Lost Rivers has four venues with one more currently in production. Below is an intro to each. Please visit the venues websites for further information.
LOST RIVERS ELEPHANT. ELEPHANT & CASTLE
South London is about to give birth to ‘Lost Rivers’… the hottest, most eclectic venue the capital has yet to experience. Whether it be the market stalls where local artisans and urban are selling their goods, or the street food areas where you can grab a slice of the world, this is the place to go to lose yourself and find something exceptional. However, the real jaw-dropper arrives with the worlds first ‘Contampitheatre’.
Made from shipping containers, the contampitheatre will be four storey’s high with ‘Royal Boxes’ at 1st and 2nd floor level, offering private spaces for group bookings. Ground floor theatre and cabaret style seating will complete the layout, while a purpose designed stage and aerial rig will host the highest flying, circus cabaret acts on the planet, offering you a fantastic night out and a truly unique experience.
LOST RIVERS OLD STREET. OLD STREET
Located in the heart of Old Street, Lost Rivers Old Street is a two floored bar & restaurant which loves to stay up late. Once inside, you are welcomed to a cutting edge venue which embraces a stripped back, raw industrial style. A generous menu of superb food, drink and cocktails makes Lost Rivers Bar & Kitchen the place to check-out in this buzzing neighbourhood.
MELIOR STREET. BERMONDSEY.
Located in the heart of Bermondsey, Melior Street has a welcoming, minimal feel… the main focus being on the food and drink. Melior Street offers an ever-changing daily menu depending on the best ingredients the seasons have to offer. The varied dishes are simple and delicious with a mix of new and traditional European favourites.
The full drinks menu changes almost as frequently as the food with wines served to suit the daily menu. There is also a great choice of craft ales available.
26 LEAKE STREET. WATERLOO.
26 Leake Street is a brand new, 1,200 capacity, multipurpose venue underneath Waterloo station.
Described by Vogue as ‘a cavernous concrete hell hole’ and with celebrity appearances from Drake, Professor Green and Big Sean already, the location has fast become the epitome of cool.
Embracing its position, in the historic Leake Street graffiti tunnel, its culture of collaboration has marked the space, as a sought-after hangout for creative pursuits.
The ethos is to bring people together; in a buzzing environment, to inspire and to entertain; all under one roof, that is dedicated to the urban lifestyle.
By mid-2019, all the components of the site will be finished, including: a bar, restaurant, brewery, live performance and event space.