We will be popping up in a variety of quirky venues in and around central London.
The Horse hospital
The Horse Hospital is a unique artist led venue in the heart of Bloomsbury.
With a progressive mission it provides a distinctive space for exhibiting arts encompassing media, film, fashion, literature and Music.
The three tiered building and its exhibitions attract over 5000 visitors each year. Founded over 17 years ago it houses a vast archive of rare films and access to an array of underground artists, performers, filmmakers, photographers, fashion designers and writers.
Situated right in the heart of Bloomsbury, one of London's prime academic and cultural locations. It's one of the greenest parts of London with plenty of parks and open squares.
The Brunswick Centre is less than a five minute walk from the College and houses an Art House Cinema, ten different restaurants, a great supermarket and a variety of interesting shops. The surrounding streets are full of cafes, bars and bookshops.
There are two main line railway stations and two tube (underground) stations within a ten minute walk, including the Eurostar station at St Pancras
The Fleming Collection
The Fleming Collection, widely regarded as the finest collection of Scottish art in private hands, is the only dedicated gallery granting public access to Scottish art all year round. The collection comprises over 750 oils and watercolours from 1770 to the present day including works by Raeburn, Ramsay, Wilkie and two iconic paintings of the Highland Clearances: The Last of the Clan by Thomas Faed and Lochaber No More by John Watson Nicol. Particularly noted for its major paintings by the Scottish Colourists, the collection also holds paintings by the Glasgow Boys as well as seminal works by Anne Redpath and her contemporaries.
The Lady Ottoline
Brought to you by Scott Hunter and Maria Larsen (the couple behind the award winning Princess of Shoreditch and the highly acclaimed and newly opened Pig and Butcher and Smokehouse in Islington). Situated a stones throw from Grays Inn Road and Theobolds Road on the picturesque John Street, The Lady Ottoline opened her doors in October 2011 after an extensive refurbishment.
The Yorkshire Grey
The Yorkshire Grey has stood proud on the corner of Grays Inn Roadand Theobald's Road since 1676. Located only 200 metres fromChancery Lane underground station, and it’s only a bit further toHolborn, Farringdon, Russell Square and Kings Cross.
We are open for lunch and dinner during the week as well as brunch on Saturdays. We offer a tasty selection of dishes which include our freshly battered Fish and Chips, fantastic gourmet burgers, vegetarian options and much more. At lunch we have vast selection of hearty sandwiches and in the evening an array of tasty sharing boards and small bites.
The Lucas Arms
A friendly traditional London pub just five minutes walk from Kings Cross Station, serving a top range of premium wines, ales and lagers and an extensive quality food menu with meal deal offers starting at £5.99. The Lucas is popular with a cosmopolitan customer base especially tourists and students. The popular upstairs bar is available for party and meeting room bookings. When the weather is fine you can stop for a drink in the back patio area or picnic benches and watch the world go by.
The Rugby Tavern
The Rugby Tavern is a traditional English pub so named because it was built around 1850 on land donated by the founder of Rugby School.
Its central location, a short walk from the British Museum, London’s theatre district and the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras, makes the Rugby Tavern a lively, bustling pub used by office workers, Bloomsbury residents and tourists.
Since 2004, The Harrison has been independently operated by Londoner Paul Michelmore with the unwavering help of manageress Sophie and assistant manager Hugh. We are driven by the desire to create a friendly local public house, without pretentions, serving the very best food and drinks we can.
The Harrison opened its basement to the public in April 2012 & has quickly become an important venue on the folk/Americana live music scene.
Betsey Trotwood in Farringdon Street
The Betsey Trotwood is a characterful Victorian pub in the heart of Clerkenwell in Central London. Combining the joys of the traditional pub with an eclectic range of cultural shenanigans, with homemade food and a first class drinks selection.
This was our venue in January for the magnificent Bertie Pearce.