Total Refreshment Centre is part and parcel of the east London music scene. What started as a buzzing music hub, has evolved into a recording studio and event series, notable for playing an integral role in the re-flourishing London jazz movement.
They will collaborate with Studio MASH and Kingdom resident architect Hugh Scott Moncrieff on the festival’s live music stage. Nestled in a natural amphitheater, the Valley stage holds a central position within the festival site and forms a natural meeting point between the four corners of Kingdom’s territory.
Total Refreshment Centre are all about the experience of great music. For Kingdom 2020, they will temporarily uproot from their base in London, bringing their distinct sounds to the Belvoir Castle grounds. With a carefully curated programme inspired by the energy of TRC, matched with a fresh design thinking, this stage promises to be the heart of your Kingdom experience.
Studio MASH is a design practice working across the fields of architecture, installation, interiors, graphics and events. They are bringing their distinctive and personal design approach to their collaboration with Total Refreshment Centre for Kingdom’s go-to stage for forward-thinking live music.