Lewisham's old model market is about to be transformed with street food, drinks and music.

Street Feast is moving into the disused Lewisham High Street venue for 15 weekend evenings over the summer, starting in June this year.

In a statement, the group, which runs similar events in trendy Dalston and has transformed car parks, breweries, warehouses and old tube stations into venues, said: "We’ll be breathing new life, light and vibes into the space with everything you’d expect - fantastic street food, cracking drinks, great music and our usual wonderful crowd."

They went on: "At Model Market, you will find Breddos, Rola Wala, SmokeStak, Yum Bun and many more of your favourite and soon-to-be favourite street food traders in their own, undercover micro-diners. Eat-in or eat-out in the open air yard.

"There’ll also be a wood panelled shack lined with rum, shandies poured from a former hair salon, slow smoked barbecue in an old record shop and a (not-so) secret rooftop suntrap. The original calypso paintjob stays."

A launch party is sheduled for June. Visit streetfeastlondon.com for details.