Little Nan’s Bar on The Hill – Little Nan’s returns to south London for two weekends this August at The Hill Station cafe on Telegraph Hill. Expect Cocktails served from Teapots, Jerk Shack Street food, Gina’s Cabaret show and a Sunday Roast. If it’s your birthday they’ll even name a cocktail in your honour.
14th – 23rd August Telegraph Hill Centre, Kitto Road, SE14 5TY
The Kings Head, Tooting – This pub housed in a grade II listed building has been closed for refurbishment and is re-opening on the 15th August. With a brand new food and drinks menu, craft beer range and cask beers selection it will be a great addition to the already booming Tooting scene.
84 Upper Tooting Road, SW17 7PB
SW4 – Clapham Common’s seminal festival is back for the bank holiday weekend and bringing two days of dance music to South West London. It’s a solid line up with, amongst others, Faithless on the Saturday and Bassment Jaxx on the Sunday. Limited number of tickets still available.
Bompas & Parr’s Alcoholic Architecture – In their own words Alcoholic Architecture is “the world’s first alcoholic weather system for your tongue where meteorology and mixology collide….featuring a walk-in cloud of breathable cocktail” Previous work from the architects/culinary creators has included installations on the roof of Selfridges and a transformation of Kew Garden’s Palm House Lake. This latest project in Borough Market promises to be no less surreal. Running throughout August and beyond. 1 Cathedral Street in Borough Market.
Soul Night, West Norwood – The Book and Record Bars monthly soul night returns on the 15th August with DJs Luke P, Pete W and Michael Johnson. Record store by day, this place comes alive at night playing a mix of soul, funk and Boogie.
7.30pm – 2am £3 Entry 20 Norwood High Street, SE27 9NR Twitter – @funksoulnight1