The Electrograph: Talks, Music, Food In An Old Electricity Substation

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The Electrograph: Talks, Music, Food In An Old Electricity Substation
The Electorgraph, Lost Lectures
A previous event from the organisers.

Can an old power plant spark a lively debate? That's the hope of the Electrograph, a new 'culture club' opening in a disused electricity substation.

The new club features talks by big names, powered by an alternating current of live performance, immersive experiences and top-notch food and drink. In the style of Secret Cinema, the Zone 2 venue will only be revealed to ticket holders, close to the event date.

The Electrograph comes from the people behind the Lost Lectures, whose evenings we've praised on these pages many times before. Expect the eclectic. The pool of speakers includes a beatbox champion, a BBC economics editor, a psychedelic drug researcher, a grime photographer, Emmy and BAFTA-winning filmmakers and much more besides.

The Electrograph runs at a mystery Zone 2 venue on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from October 2018. Book here.

Last Updated 14 September 2018