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Bar, nightclub, roof terrace, performance space and art gallery, Queen of Hoxton is a Jill-of-all-trades. Now a staple part of the East End’s cultural fabric, she holds court in the heart of the Shoreditch entertaining her neighbours with a tight programme of music, workshops, creative events, and seasonal rooftop pop-ups all with a delicious menu of food off the grill and inventive cocktails.

Queen of Hoxton has been busy keeping London’s music lovers, clubbers, art fiends and hedonists occupied every single night throughout the year for over 6 years now. We’ve hosted some of the biggest names on the music scene such as; Tom Odell, Django Django, Lianne La Havas, Gold Panda and Miles Kane, as well as some of the world’s best turntablists like Caribou, Marshall Jefferson, Norman Jay MBE, Todd Terje, Crazy P, Maya Jane Coles, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Greg Wilson, Robert Owens and the list goes on…

But it’s not just music that is on offer. Up several (ok…FIVE!) flights of stairs you’ll stumble on to our stunning rooftop terrace, which hosts seasonal pop ups such as our wintertime WigWamBam and immersive events like Rooftop Film Club, No Sweat Sports Day, London’s only rooftop dog show, cook offs, cocktail masterclasses, craft workshops, silent discos, and much more. Here you’ll find our delicious food offering served from our giant circular grill, as well as a cocktail menu curated specially for each season.

Put simply, Queen of Hoxton is the ultimate youth club for the adults of the East side.

Sister Venues

We, Mothership,  currently have three venues, all in East London. The Book Club and the Queen of Hoxton are both big, well-known, successful and regularly feature in the press. Stories is the smaller sister of the two, perfectly positioned for the thinkers and drinkers of Broadway Market in East London.

The Book Club

The Book Club offers a cultural revolution to the East End’s social scene turning the conventional arts institution on its head, fusing boozing with brain power every night of the week through our thought provoking programme of Thinking & Drinking events.

www.wearetbc.com

Stories

Following in the same tradition as its older siblings, Stories fuses daytime brunching, cocktail-swilling afternoons and a thought-provoking programme of cultural events and contemporary art. The Stories team to produce a daytime hub for freelancers, friends and mums to meet, eat and work and a cosy evening bolt-hole that complements its surroundings.

www.storiesonbroadway.com

Patterns

The heart and soul of Brighton’s forward-thinking electronic music scene is coming.