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Jem Finer's "Longplayer" at Trinity Buoy Wharf, London

This is probably a long shot... but has anyone gone to hear "Longplayer" in the Docklands? We'll be in London next week - I am a huge Pogues fan from way back and very intereted to hear what Jem's been up to - and I've never been out to Trinity Buoy Wharf. I am really tempted to go check it out but wonder what others think about the venue and/or the music if you've been.

Pictures of Trinity Buoy Wharf look AWESOME - but pictures can be deceiving.

Anyone have a review? And yes... I have gone out to google and yelp and TripAdvisor and whatnot (the interwebs! it's a series of tubes!) but I trust the folks on this board. This is a shorter trip than usual and I don't want to "waste" any time.


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I haven't been, but it does feature in the 'Secret London' guide that I reviewed on this forum a couple of weeks ago, which says "Listening to this mesmerising soundscape in a disused lighthouse, with views across the Thames to the docks and the Dome, is captivatingly creepy'. Apparently it's only open on the first weekend of every month, from 11.00 to 16.00. I'd love to go, but if I'm ever in London at the weekend there isn't enough time.