House of Vans London set to reopen after 15-month hiatus
Cultural, retail and skate destination House of Vans London is back. Well, almost. Having been in enforced pandemic-induced hibernation for the past 15 months, the centre near Waterloo Station reopens on 4 November.
It kicks off with a mental health charity Ben Raemers Foundation event in partnership with TV show producer Vice. The latter’s new documentary series ‘Skating and Talking’ will be screened in the House of Vans’ 100 seat cinema on the opening day.
There will also be an exclusive ’10-years of House of Vans’ exhibition, featuring memorabilia, images, and posters commemorating the last decade of location.
Meanwhile, 5 November also sees the return of a two-day UK music documentary festival curated by Doc’n Roll. Alongside a selection of the country's best music documentaries, Doc’n Roll will present a specially curated night of short films and Q&A panel discussions with a selection of the featured filmmakers. The second Doc’n Roll instalment will be on 12 November.
Popular programmes such as Skate Skool and Open Skate also return on 5 November.
Meanwhile, The House of Vans Community Market will also return in collaboration with Land Makers Market on 27 November and 4 December, in time for the festive season.
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