Henry Holland and Pixie Geldof were at the opening night and now the cool kids of Hoxton are packing out the new ‘youth club for the adults of the east side’.
Bar, club and art collective, The Queen of Hoxton holds court in the heart of London’s East End, entertaining her neighbours with a tight programme of music accompanied by a rolling gallery of art installations, photographic exhibitions, fringe theatre and screenings.
The ground floor is an intricate blend of window etchings, graffiti, ivy and a landscape of benches and screens, while the games room takes in table-football, vintage pinball and a unique Brighton pier 1960’s gaming rarity. The Queen’s alter ego is hidden down in the basement bar, dark and a little twisted, the space caters for her every whim, hosting film nights, fringe theatre and sweaty raves.
- Posted by Cusqueña Peruser at 04:08, 11 August
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