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Thu 8th Sep   19:30

 

Danny Addison // Sally Rushbrook & The Soothsayers at THE OLD QUEENS HEAD

The Event

The unassuming exterior of this 17th century establishment in Islington, beguiles it’s rich heritage and it’s recent History. Situated just off of Upper Street in the heart of Islington’s night life, it’s renowned for more than just a convenient thirst quencher. 

Decorated in period chandeliers, wall length leather booths and boasting an open fireplace or two it’s every inch the lavish and spacious live music venue we’ve come to know and love. This place has played host to more than just a few drunken publicans with the likes of ‘The Kooks’, ‘Bombay Bicycle Club’ and ‘Foals’ to name but a few, gracing the stage.  Not to mention a few DJ sets from the ‘Ninja Tunes’ Roster, it seems there’s more to this ‘Pub’ than meets the eye and there’s plenty of life in the old girl yet.

Meet the lineup

Danny Addison

Explosive indie-folk anthems combining intricate string and vocal arrangements with cinematic synths and rhythm section.

Multi-instrumentalist Danny Addison grew up in Hitchin before moving to Manchester in 2014. His third EP, Shallows, is ... view artist profile

Sally Rushbrook & The Soothsayers

Sally’s music draws influence from folk, gypsy jazz and bar-room blues. Yet, this music seems as contemporary as ever it might have done when she uses these influences to craft narrative songs around characters with unmistakably modern preoc... view artist profile

The details

Key Info

DOORS OPEN

7:00pm

MINIMUM AGE

Strictly 18+ (I.D may be required)

TICKET COST

£7 Early Bird
£8 Standard Advance
£9 On The Door

CAPACITY

160

DEALS

NHS staff and Music students (ACM, BIMM and ICMP) receive Early Bird Ticket price on the door. Valid photo ID is required and entry is subject to capacity

Terms

Long Live Live Music!

The venue

The unassuming exterior of this 17th century establishment in Islington, beguiles it’s rich heritage and it’s recent History. Situated just off of Upper Street in the heart of Islington’s night life, it’s renowned for more than just a convenient thirst quencher. 

Decorated in period chandeliers, wall length leather booths and boasting an open fireplace or two it’s every inch the lavish and spacious live music venue we’ve come to know and love. This place has played host to more than just a few drunken publicans with the likes of ‘The Kooks’, ‘Bombay Bicycle Club’ and ‘Foals’ to name but a few, gracing the stage.  Not to mention a few DJ sets from the ‘Ninja Tunes’ Roster, it seems there’s more to this ‘Pub’ than meets the eye and there’s plenty of life in the old girl yet.

Visit THE OLD QUEENS HEAD

44 Essex Road, London, N1 8LN

Visit the website

http://www.theoldqueenshead.com