Dust off your flat cap, don your best white trousers or pleated skirt and slip on your slip-ons, because on 1st August 2010 for one day only Brick Lane in London will undergo a major transformation into a professional standard bowling green, courtesy of Vauxhall Motors.
After the hugely popular roller disco extravaganza that was Vauxhall Skate and the cool Vauxhall Ice Skate comes something a little different. Traditional bowls takes a trip - Mary Poppins meets Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and goes on a colourful, summery Sunday adventure complimented with top bands, dancing, lounging and stylish 4-wheeled art commissions - all inspired by the Vauxhall Motors Bowls Club of past decades.
There will be two very special masters of ceremony; comedian Matt Horne (who will be playing some lovely summer tunes) and t4 presenter Rick Edwards, who will be on site all day to eat ice cream, feel the grass between his toes, have a potter on the bowls lawn and possibly adjudicate any tricky games.
If you're no expert DO NOT FEAR, some old pros will be on hand to show you the bowls ropes and help perfect your delivery with skill and finesse.
Want to be a member of our club? Join us for a laid back Sunday afternoon of draws and fades, cream teas, music by one of the UK's most exciting live bands and top celebrity DJ sets, all to be confirmed when the time is right. It's not right now, but it will be soon.
So whether you fancy aiming your woods at our Jack, or simply hanging out with the band, apply for tickets now to make sure you don't miss out on the hottest (hopefully) and laziest event of the summer.
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