Tie-die, scribbling and drinks! It’s the Doodle Bar

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Tie-die, scribbling and drinks! It’s the Doodle Bar
27th October 2014

Aside from the neon sign saying ‘BAR’ - this place is anything but your usual drinking hole. 

The Doodle Bar is a spot in Battersea where people have the freedom to enjoy a good scribble and play a game of ping pong.

It’s not just for adults, this half term they have lots of activities for all ages, including a spoon-puppet making course.

London Go speak to Emma Bebb who puts the events on at Doodle Bar to find out what we can expect.

Firing up the ovens at the Doodle Bar is Well Kneaded, a pizza pop up.

Two Wandsworth girls decided to set up a pizza van and use it as a means to employ local Wandsworth kids who otherwise might not be given the opportunity to have a job. Bridget from the pop up says how this business isn’t just based on making money.


The Doodle bar hosts lots of creative workshops, as well as doodling you can also participate in a printing and dying workshop.

Creative Arts graduate, Nicole Line is at the Doodle Bar with her travelling studio.


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