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Widescreen World Cup Alfresco Action at Pitch Stratford This Summer

Pitch Stratford is a hidden oasis away from the maddening crowds of central London, featuring a selection of street food traders, summer activities and a full programme of World Cup matches. The design-led space will utilise its massive 196 inch cinema screen and show ALL of this years World Cup matches in a colourful outdoor setting five minutes walk from Stratford tube station. Lined with street food stalls, VIP booths and a craft-focused bar. Most matches will be free entry while popular games will be ticketed at just £5 for individuals which come with a free drink on arrival.

For larger groups table bookings are advised which come in two options. £60 for 12 drinks or £40 for 8 drinks. Premium tables are also available which guarantee a space for 6 people in the front three rows from screen plus come with a private booth surrounding the outdoor space for before and after match. Drinks on offer include house spirit & mixer, pint of draft, bottle of beer or a medium wine. All tickets have add on bundles which mix the food and drink offering at Pitch Stratford for a great boozy day out. If four people are attending, £50 gets 4 main & side food vouchers and 4 drinks. If 6 people are attending, £70 gets 6 main food & side vouchers and 6 drinks. The beer buckets come in at a very reasonable 6 beers for £20, 10 beers for £35. The food at Pitch Stratford is supplied by Ticos who serve up gourmet hot dogs and slow-cooked beef ribs, Guasacaca will bring its traditional Venezuelan pockets of goodness with its signature sauce and Foodjunkee will be providing a taste of African and Carribean food, Smoked Jerk Chicken, Jollof Rice & all the sides. Vegan and vegetarian options are also available. And to match, draft beers are complemented by a great selection of craft cans and bottles (including gluten-free beers), plus a neat range of cider, wine, cocktails, premium spirits and mixers. 
Pitch is the sister venue to the wildly popular ZAPspace indoor trampoline park, set in a 100 year-old Victorian Theatre with a ‘secret’ late-night speakeasy in the basement closing at 1am. Naturally, it’s here in The Curious Fox that the party will continue when the open-air bar at Pitch needs to close, so it’s convenient that the entrance to the bar is right across the road.

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