Bar, nightclub, roof terrace, performance space and art gallery, Queen of Hoxton is a staple of the East End’s cultural fabric, complete with a delicious off the grill menu and inventive cocktail list.
Holding court in the heart of Shoreditch with a tight programme of music, workshops, creative events, and seasonal rooftop pop-ups, Queen of Hoxton has been busy keeping London’s culturally switched on hedonists occupied every night of the week since 2009.
Equally tailored for the musically discerning, we’ve hosted some incredible musicians in the basement over the years, including Pete Doherty, Django Django, The Drums, Lianne La Havas, Gold Panda and Miles Kane, as well as world class electronic DJ/Producers like; Caribou, Todd Terje, Crazy P, Maya Jane Coles, Motor City Drum Ensemble and Greg Wilson.
Our stunning rooftop terrace is the original home of Rooftop Film Club and our seasonal immersive pop ups. Recent themes include Smokin’ Graciela’s a cuban themed bar with cabanas and domino tables, and Once Upon A WigWam, inspired by Grimms’ fairy tales and complete with a gingerbread bar. On Queen of Hoxton’s rooftop you’ll find event-specific food offerings, as well as a lovingly-curated seasonal cocktail menu.
With the London Evening Standard, The Metro and Time Out London regularly raving about our events programme and rooftop, Queen of Hoxton continues to be a vital hotspot on the Shoreditch map.
“The Queen of Hoxton is a bit of a “thing” in the east end and that’s probably because a trip there often does make for a damn good night out. It’s a bar, nightclub, roof terrace, performance space, art gallery and, yes, has a pretty awesome cocktail list. If that doesn’t keep you entertained then nothing will”