Launching on the 21st July on the roof of Netil House, Redemption will offer us a way out of our wicked boozy ways. Question is – do we want to be saved?
Starting with a guest appearance for 10 days on the Netil House roof we guess the test will show whether this is in fact something that Londoners want. In small amounts we think this is a great idea but not having a single drink option? People may not stay too long on the weekends is all we’re saying – it’s sad but it’s true.
Mocktails will be the order of the day and hopefully, if Redemption are aiming to win people over these won’t be at the same price as the real deal as some can be.
Also on offer are teas and a healthy food menu. The website says they won’t kill or harm any animals for their menu so we are taking the short leap of assumption that this will not only be an alcohol free pop up, it will also be a meat free one.
If you can’t get down over the 10 days at Netil House then not to fear, Redemption will soon be moving to Trellick Tower in Westbourne Park afterwards.