What's On in Soho in August

Keep an eye on this space to stay up to date with all the exciting new menus, offers and events to enjoy in Soho this month.


Oceanus pop-up

8 Newburgh Street 


Embodying the confident attitude of 80s glamour evening wear, Oceanus has redefined swimwear for women. Newly opened on Newburgh Street, visit the brands first ever London pop-up, to explore their stunning range of luxury resort wear and accessories, guaranteed to turn heads and make you feel your best self.  Discover Oceanus here.


Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10am-7pm, Thurs 10am-8pm, Sun 12pm-6pm 



Labrum London pop-up


35 Marshall Street: open until September 


Modern-day British African menswear brand, Labrum is bridging the gap between western society and African cultures with their looks inspired by a lifetime of exploration and pilgrimage. Open now until September, visit the pop-up on Marshall Street to explore the ready-to-wear collection, and see the brand's tailors at work making bespoke pieces for customers. 


Live Music

Enjoy live music nights on Berwick Street with a cocktail in hand and a warm Sourdough pizza every Thursday, 6 PM - 8 PM.  Click here for more info.

Discover a range of international DJs performing at Hovarda while you feast on Greek-inspired dishes and premium cocktails, every night Monday to Sunday. Click here for more info.

Chotto Matte
‘The Sounds of Chotto’ - Resident DJs every Thursday to Sunday whilst you feast on iconic Nikkei dishes and Tokyo-inspired cocktails. Click here for more info.

Ronnie Scott's
Enjoy entirely new music by unsigned bands and musicians at 'Ruby Sings' every Tuesday and 'Ronnie Scott's Jazz Jam' hosted by trumpeter Andy Davies on Wednesdays . Click here for more info.

Discover world-class cocktails and vintage live music in Soho at Nightjar. Hosting live music from 9pm Monday-Saturday and 7:30pm Sunday , Nightjar hosts some of London's top jazz, swing, blues and funk musicians. Click here for more info.

Ain't Nothin' But 
Visit Soho this April to discover London's original Blues bar, with live music seven nights a week. An iconic music institution in London, Ain't Nothin But The Blues Bar is the only place you need for a dance, a bit of blues, and a guaranteed great night out. 

Experience one of London's most sophisticated cocktails bars at Disrepute. Step into the trendy, dimly lit basement bar, lounge in the leather booths as you enjoy an evening of cocktails and music. Click here for more info. 


Restaurants, Bars & Cafés

The Palomar
The Prix Fixe Lunch Menu: Delve into a three-course menu with rotating Palomar classics, plus new dishes. Every Monday to Friday, 12:00 PM - 5:15 PM. Click here for more info.

Margarita Wednesdays: Enjoy 50% off the entire Margarita menu every Wednesday, 5 PM - 1 AM.
Plus, enjoy Kebap Tuesdays: a feast of meats and sides, every Tuesday while soaking in the vibrant atmosphere of Soho and falvours of the Aegean. Click here for more info.

Taco Tuesdays: Get stuck into temper’s famous £5 tacos and mouth-watering Margaritas every Tuesday from 5 PM. Plus, enjoy the Bottomless BBQ Brunch, a delicious brunch platter with bottomless drinks for 90 minutes every Saturday, 12 PM - 3:30 PM. Click here for more info.

Discover INKO NITO’s Brunch Menu every Sunday, 11:30 AM - 8 PM. Indulge in Pork Dumplings, Sashimi, the INKO Burger and more. For an extra charge, you can enjoy free-flowing red, white and sparkling wine alongside your meal. Click here for more info.

Basement Sate
Take part in Cocktail Masterclasses every Tuesday to Saturday and discover the world of mixology. Click here for more info.

Chotto Matte
Celebrate the arrival of the captivating, new bottomless brunch series, The Rhythm of the Andes, in partnership with Pommery Champagne. Combining Japanese and Peruvian flavours, try delicious dishes and enoy mesmerising performances and tribal DJ sets.  Available every Saturday, 12pm-3pm.  Click here for more info.


Ham Yard Hotel

Indulge in Afternoon Tea at the Ham Yard Hotel, served daily, from 12 PM - 4:45 PM. Choose from an extensive range of speciality teas and infusions with a glass of champagne or sparkling wine. Click here for more events at Ham Yard Hotel.

The Soho Hotel
Film Club: With recent film releases to award-winning cinema, enjoy your film of choice with a three-course menu or Afternoon Tea. Or upgrade to include Champagne. Click here for more info.


Art Exhibitions & Galleries

The Photographers' Gallery

The Photographer's Gallery welcomes you to consider how love is represented and remembered through an archive of novels, non-fiction works and photobooks, curated by the Develop Collective. Open until 22nd September. Click here for more info.

Café Royal Books: An independent publisher of post-war photography from Britain and Ireland featuring previously unseen and overlooked work from more than 600 issues. Click here for more info.

Siân Davey: The Garden. Visit this exciting, free outdoor exhibition, a space curated by Siân and her son, rooted in love. Open until 29 November.
Click here for more info.


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Palace Theatre 
 Based on the world's favourite J.K Rowling story. With daily shows at the Palace Theatre until September.

Phantom of the Opera, His Majesty’s Theatre
When a masked composer haunts the Paris Opera House, drama and despair are only the start of this Andrew Lloyd Webber romantic tragedy. Showing daily until September.

Frozen: The Musical, Theatre Royal Drury Lane 
Showing at the world-famous Theatre Royal Drury Lane, this award-winning, magical masterpiece is perfect for a family day out. Showing Wednesdays to Sundays until September.

Matilda: The Musical, Cambridge Theatre 
Seen by more than 10 million people across 90 cities worldwide, dare to take a stand with Matilda as she changes her destiny. Watch the masterpiece now, with showings all year round.

Back to the Future: The Musical, Adelphi Theatre 
Visit the Adelphi Theatre to watch Marty McFly and Doc Brown in 1955 again, with a high-voltage, musical twist, with showings from Wednesdays to Mondays until December.

Moulin Rouge! The Musical, Piccadilly Theatre 
Lavish extravaganza at the Piccadilly Theatre, ‘Moulin Rouge’ dazzles with passion, love, and spectacular performances in 19th-century Paris. With daily showings until November.

Les Misérables, Sondheim Theatre 
One of the most popular musicals around the world, follows what the true meaning of the human spirit means, with enduring melodies and drama. With showings daily until 28 September.

John Cleese's Fawly Towers - The Play, Apollo Theatre
Nearly 50 years since it first hit British TV screens, one of the most iconic sitcoms of all time is taking to the stage. Adapted by comedy legend John Cleese and directed by Caroline Jay Roger, and featuring your favourite scenes, this is'nt one to miss. With showings Tuesday-Saturday until September. 



Berwick Street Market


Head to one of London's oldest markets dating back to 1778. A bustling street food destination including Greek2Go, Savage Salads and Jerusalem Falafel, in addition to traditional fruit and vegetable and florist stalls. Open 8 AM until late afternoon* Monday to Saturday. 

*Times may vary

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