Redemption Bar partners with Cancer Research UK for Dryathlon

Alcohol-free bar Redemption has popped up in Holborn, London, for the month of January, supporting Cancer Research UK's Dryathlon initiative.

Redemption's founder, Catherine Salway
Redemption's founder, Catherine Salway

The bar aims to provide tee-totallers and those abstaining from alcohol following the festive period with a stylish bar free from booze. Located on Fairly Square, Redemption will also be serving food for vegans, vegetarians and those on a raw diet.

Redemption is supporting Cancer Research UK’s Dryathlon campaign by offering guests a free mocktail throughout January to keep motivation levels up.

The bar has also announced a new comedy series that aims to debunk the myth that you need to drink to have a laugh. From Sunday (11 January), the pop-up will host a number of acts from the comedy scene, including Tommy Rowson, Jenny Collier and Richard Todd.

Catherine Salway, founder of Redemption, said: "We’re absolutely delighted to have some of the best comedians in town performing at Redemption this year. These acts really prove that you can have a night off, without having a night in."

Redemption first launched in 2013 with pop-ups in Hackney and Portobello.

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