Bet you look Gouda on the dance­floor

Night­club of­fers cheese and choons

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H ere’s a chance to Brie all that you can Brie.

A gi­ant un­lim­ited cheese board is set to ar­rive in Green­wich on Saturday, De­cem­ber 16 as part of a festival hosted by Stu­dio 338.

The gas­tro­nomic de­light will be one of the first spe­cial events held at the night­club after its ter­race and stu­dio ar­eas re­opens on Oc­to­ber 27 fol­low­ing a fire in Au­gust 2016 that claimed the life of em­ployee To­mas Cei­dukas and de­stroyed the venue.

At­ten­dees will be able to sam­ple as much cheese as they like, with bis­cuits and mulled wine to wash it down, served by man-sized mice on the ter­race. There will also be ve­gan al­ter­na­tives and cheese­cake for the sweet of tooth. A large baked Camem­bert will take cen­tre stage and there will be a dou­ble height fire­place for sated tur­ophiles to slump in front of in Stil­ton-fu­elled stu­pors.

Once Parme­san-lov­ing pun­ters have had their fill, the cheese board will turn into a dance floor with DJs spin­ning mod­ern cheese an­thems un­til the early hours.

Or­gan­is­ers said the event, which runs from 3pm in Bo­ord Street, would “change lives”. It’ll do won­ders for you choles­terol, in any case.

Tick­ets, which start at £30 and go on sale from Wednesday, Novem­ber 1 at noon.

CHEESY LIS­TEN­ING 1. Last night a Brie-J Saved My Life 2. Cheese Re­lease Me Let Me Go 3. I love Ro­que­fort and Roll 4. She’s a Cheesy Lover 5. Oh My Dar­ling, Em­men­tal

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