Woolly Pockets at the Garden of Disorientation, Chelsea Fringe

garden of disorientation


disorintation chelsea fringe


London is entering its  ‘plant based’ excitement season.

This year London is doubly more exciting than in the past as it now has a CHELSEA FRINGE .

If in London’s east end during May and June take a look at the Woolly Pockets in the Mojito bar. The bar is part of the Garden of Disorientation designed by landscape architect firm uncommon.

61 Charterhouse Street is a London rarity: a former meat packing yard with blood filter, it stands empty after the local authority denied bar use. Luckily, the Corporation of London has agreed to ‘meanwhile use’ for the Chelsea Fringe.

Designed by Deborah Nagan, the venue will become home to an explosion of mint bursting from pallets and filling the warehouse. Contained within the mint is a pop-up mojito bar, no doubt adding to the sense of disorientation! As well as the garden we have a series of debates on a selection of minty topics – culinary, aromatic, gardenesque, artistic –  all freely open, and featuring a selection of well-known faces.


talking at garden of disorientation

Images: John Connel, Garden Works

Thanks to  John Connel – from Garden Works  – Woolly Pockets will be hanging around the bar 24/7. If you feel the need to puchase a Woolly Pocket or two after the show go straight to Garden Beet’s woolly pocket pages  and order.

Garden Beet will give you a happy hour 5% discount 24/7

Type JC at checkout.