About: The Queen of Hoxton is a new and exiting place which is pretty difficult to pigeon hole. Bar, club and art collective, it provides for a varied programme of music, a rolling gallery of art installations and photographic exhibitions, fringe theatre performances and screenings. The ground floor is home to a bar with a rugged, friendly interior, whilst upstairs there is a games room with table-football, vintage pinball and a unique Brighton pier 1960's gaming rarity.
Head down to the basement bar if you fancy like hosting a film nights, fringe theatre or other suitably alternative event.
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Enjoy a drink on London's best rooftops Film screenings, BBQs, games, cocktails, club nights - The Queen of Hoxton has it all, and thatís just the roof! Any trip to Shoreditch is brightened up immeasurably with a trip to the peak of this multifaceted venue. Thereís even Astroturf in a sweet attempt at a grassy illusion. Aahh.
Winter terraces At the Queen of Hoxton they make the most of the cold weather by installing a wigwam on their rooftop. Candle light, a BBQ fire pit and warm cocktails recreate the atmosphere of a cosy woodland cottage.
Reggaeoke Time: 19:00 until 00:00 Admission: Standard £8, early bird £5, on the door £10
Location: The Queen of Hoxton
Gospeloke Time: 19:00 until 01:00 Admission: Standard £10, Limited discounted tickets £6