With a mobile table and a bag full of bats and balls “Hit & Run Ping Pong” sees Untitled Space and the English Ping Pong Association take table tennis's more spontaneous and sociable cousin to different and susprising locations across london.
Round-the-table ping pong sees multiple people playing in a single game, taking it in turns to hit, then run until theres only two players remaining.
It’s fun, inclusive and importantly it shows you only need a little space, a table and a few friends to have a great time and enjoy the social side of a sport that can be enjoyed by anyone...
Friday 22 June, Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 June | 6-9pm (Fri), 11-6pm (Sat & Sun)
Ping Pong at Article 31.1 Opening party. The unveiling of a game board, an exhibition of photographic & print work and playful workshops, including ping pong.
Location: Workshop 44, 44 Marlborough Avenue, London E8 4JR | Map
Friday 29 June | Time TBC
Sunday 1 July | 11-6pm
Weavers Fields adventure playground open to all ages. Ping pong will interact with the Article 31.1 game board in action plus a range of playful workshops.
Location: Weaver's Fields Park, Bethnal Green | Map
Thursday 5 July | 6-9pm
Playing games amongst the First Thursday gallery goers on Vyner Street
Location: Vyner Street, E2 | Map
Friday 6 July | 6-9pm
Ping! the city in collaboration with Ping! London
+ Hit & Run will break out spontaneously in other locations across the city. Follow @untitledspace or @pingpongengland to be the first to know about these.