Live Music at Söderberg Soho
Throughout the month, look out for special offers on food and cocktails, secret DJ sets and live Jazz in the downstairs lounge. Söderberg will be hosting their resident DJ. Francesco Fucà showcasing his vinyl collection as well as many more artists and DJ’s - expect a mix including ambient music, Japanese avant-garde, 80’s pop, Jazz, Cosmic Disco, Afro Vibes, Combining Jazz, Blues, Swing, Neo-Soul, R&B and Originals! See more information here.
36 Berwick Street, London, W1F 8RR
The Photographers Gallery: Soho Then
Soho Then is a series of photo-based podcasts featuring oral history interviews with over 20, long-term residents and workers of Soho. Its aim is to capture key memories and experiences of specific Soho streets and buildings. See here for more information.
The Photographers Gallery, 16-18 Ramillies Street, London, W1F 7LQ
Hovarda late night DJ sets
Join one of Hovarda’s weekly showcases of world renowned DJs in their luxurious lounge area, with Aegean-inspired dishes and cocktails to accompany your evening this October. Follow the link to see what’s on at Hovarda.
Sunday Feasts at Ember Yard: Every Sunday, 12-8pm
Introducing Ember Yard's Sunday Feasts, your new favourite excuse to enjoy free-flowing prosecco, red and white wine alongside a seriously tasty feasting menu full of their signature smoky dishes. Enjoy starters such as Steamed Cornish Muscles with Fino Sherry, chickpeas and parsley, mains such as Smoked and Slow Cooked Gloucester Old Spot Pork Cheeks and desserts like PX Raisin Affogato. Oh, and did we mention that it's only £35 per person?! Find out more here.
Sunday Jazz Sessions at The Blue Posts: Every Sunday, 3pm
Take it easy with Sunday Jazz Sessions at The Blue Posts on Rupert Street. Sit back and relax with music from The Fallen Heroes. Blending a contemporary New Orleans style jazz with the sounds and experiences of living in London, The Fallen Heroes have played with the likes of Ronnie Wood, Dr. John and Jocelyn Brown. Find out more about The Blue Posts here .
Shot In Soho
Shot in Soho is an original exhibition celebrating Soho’s diverse culture, community and history of creative innovation as well as highlighting its position as a site of resistance.
Through a range of photographs, ephemera and varied presentations, the project reflects the breadth of life in a part of the capital that has always courted controversy and celebrated difference. It comes at a time when the area is facing radical transition and transformation with the imminent completion of Cross Rail (a major transport hub being built on Soho’s borders) set to make a landmark impact on the area.
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