Our events team are a key part of what we do and a big driver of our press and PR. They work closely with our bars and operations team to curate on-trend, fun and interesting events and then put them on in amazing places.

From pop-up bars to street parties, from markets to music festivals, art-fairs and film-festivals…

Lady and the Tramp Valentine’s Dog Film Screening

The basement of the The Book Club was transformed into the back alleyway of ‘Tony’s Townsquare Italian Restaurant’ from Lady and the Tramp for one night only. Humans and hounds were invited to gaze at each other over candlelight and pop open a bottle of CharDOGnay as they watched Disney’s 1955 classic.

Tales from Woodlandia

Tales From Woodlandia was an Immersive Digital Art Installation launching at Patterns in Brighton in November 2016, taking over the venue until Feb 2017.

Summer of Love rooftop

On summer 2016 the Queen of Hoxton’s rooftop bar has taken a psychedlic ‘summer of love’ theme, complete with cool nots of San Francisco in the 1960s and flower power vibes. Themed cocktails, food, workshops and parties.

Facts:

10 DJS

3 bands

8 hours of knees up partying

4000 very sore heads the next day

Jubilee Street Party

Bunting, beer, baking, bowler hats and brass bands were in full force at this Diamond Jubilee street party hosted by The Book Club as we teamed up with the local London Fields Brewery to host an ale and music festival. In true British style despite the pouring rain, over 4000 royalists turned up to make this event of a lifetime one to remember!

Throwback NYE party

Old School specialists Throwback took over Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen for the sleaziest NYE party London has to offer. A night of forward-thinking music and retro beats, inspired by the lights, sounds and debauchery of 1970’s New York!

Khruangbin @ Hoxton Square Bar

 Khruangbin is a three-piece band from Texas. Taking influence from 1960’s Thai funk – their name literally translates to “Engine Fly” in Thai – Khruangbin’s debut album ‘The Universe Smiles Upon You’ is steeped in the bass heavy, psychedelic sound of their inspiration.