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Sun 30th April

Eastern Heights Sunday ’til 4AM

Soulful disco house is in the air with another EASTERN HEIGHTS SUNDAY!

Sunday roasts and brunch happen earlier on with a hearty Bloody Mary too! It all goes down well with all the sweet house tunes from Alex Eugenio and crew.

Bank holiday roast

5pm-4am / FREE entry /
18+
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Mon 1st May

Bank holiday Monday roast

Move over, Monday clichés, and let the bank holiday take over!

Hang loose on our sofas, on the terrace or around a restaurant table with your belly stuffed with roast beef or nut roast goodness. Those who can bother to make significant movements, can head to the jukebox and take control of the tunage.

Should you have burst your budget over the weekend, not to worry: a pint of tank fresh Budveiser Budvar, delivered to us straight from the Czech Republic, is on us with every roast order.

Ziggy up!

// From 12pm //
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Thu 4th May

Born To Be Wild Thursdays with Gem Precious

It’s all cocktails, tank beer and mashed up awesomeness with spesh guest DJ Gem Precious of Propaganda infamity!

Drop in for a home made burger and a boogie for the Thursday night in Hoxton that feels like a Friday.

5pm-1am / free entry
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Tue 21st March

LDN Talks @ Night | Terrorism in Europe

This Funzing Experience:
Jonathan Sacerdoti has reported from the scenes of major terror attacks in Tel Aviv, Brussels and Paris during the last 12 months alone, and seen how different societies react to horrific mass casualty attacks.

While stabbings, shootings and even suicide bombings are sadly commonplace in the Middle East, similar attacks are now happening closer to home in Europe with alarming frequency. So what lessons can we learn from other countries on how to deal with this threat? How can we stop attacks from happening? How should we react when they do? And how should we mourn those who are killed? Can we stop terrorism from ruining our freedom, confidence and way of life?

This talk will explore the reactions of different countries to attacks aimed at their civilian populations, and ask what works best in the battle against terrorism. Jonathan will explore the impact this has on society and public opinion, and examine whether the increased threat is creating an environment which fosters division and hatred in society.

7pm talks start at 7:30pm sharp! £10 advance
18+
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