Club music sounds suprisingly great on 1930s instruments. We love this alternate history take on #bluemonday youtube.com/watch?v=cHLbaO…
After our mind-bending stint blending Handel, Bjork and Beyoncé on the festival circuit, we’re back with a whole raft of events to keep you entertained as the nights draw in.
New and old favourite venues will return, including our favourite Victorian boozer, the Old Queen’s Head in Islington. If you’re more inclined towards goings on south of the river, we’ve got you covered – Peckham’s CLF Art Café will be hosting a clarinet and klezmer themed evening. We also hear great things about their newly re-launched kitchen. Finally, we’ll be descending on The Camden Assembly, scene of many a Brit-pop bust-up, where you’ll find tasty pale ales and burgers aplenty.
If you’re new to the Night Shift, we like to think of it as classical music minus the rules. You won’t be told off for swilling beer, or opening your mouth, and you’re encouraged to clap when you feel like it. It’s like an 18th century knees up, but with craft beers and live-streaming.
Tickets: £10/ £5 students
The Night Shift gigs for this autumn are as follows:
Monday 2nd October 2017 – Old Queen’s Head, Islington
Tuesday 24th October 2017 – CLF Art Cafe, Peckham
Tuesday 28 November 2017 – The Camden Assembly, Camden
Tickets are on sale now.
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