The pop-up event will see the Marylebone space transformed into an immersive experience inspired by the Songkran water festival - the name for Thai New Year.
Traditionally, Songkran involves communities taking to the streets to eat, drink and drench each other in water as a relief from the heat.
The venue will mirror the surrounds of downtown Chiang Mai, complete with an array of shops and bars. Here, attendees will be able to dine on street food and listen to traditional music provided by live DJs.
Each £35 ticket will include two complimentary Singha beers and three northern Thai dishes.
According to Shuttlecock, there will also be a 'sprinking' of water-based activites.
Shuttlecock announced Carousel as its permanent home back in 2014. It's five-year contract has seen it host its own brand events as well as hire the space out to other organisers.
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