Venue: St Michael's ChurchAddress:
Cost: FREE ENTRY
After last weekend’s Record Store Day, Camden Crawl brings you the Crawlternative Media Expo. Three influential collectives, Alternative Press, Poster Roast and Lexington Record Fair, have been brought together to create a kind free exhibition showcasing the alternative arts of underground press & zine making, gig poster design and screen printing and record collecting under one rather large roof within Camden’s St. Michaels Church. There will also be live music, spoken word performances and guest DJs, alongside a fully licensed bar and café. It’s on from 1pm-8pm.
Venue: Millbank TowerAddress:
Cost: £49 per person
Altitude 360 are bringing something a little different to Sunday brunch – with a wicked view of the London skyline, you can tuck into American breakfast classics like waffles alongside soul food dishes like cornbread and ribs… and all to the sound of gospel singers raising the roof! Brunch is served between 11am-3pm.
Venue: Blues KitchenAddress:
Cost: £5 after 9pm
They haven’t been too strict about the “one man” policy for this one, so there’s the odd band and solo artist thrown in as well. But it’ll mostly be what it says on the tin, with a great selection of musicians playing bluesy tunes. They have one of the latest licences in Camden, so after that they’re bringing out the DJs to keep the party going. Bands are onstage at 9.30pm and it’s free entry until 9pm.
Venue: Paradise by Way of Kensal GreenAddress:
Tayo’s legendary Tracksuit Party is back with classic hip-hop, garage, reggae and all sort of other tunes in true party spirit. These parties have been going since 2000, so they’ve had plenty of practice and the their special guests include Rob Da Bank, Artwork (classic disco set), Matt Jam Lamont (vintage TuffJam set) and Wookie (old school garage set). Book here.
Venue: The Earl of PortobelloAddress:
It’s a bank holiday Monday so no excuse not to head down here tonight.
This is all about friends, good music (mix of disco, house and deep house), free entry (hell yes), drinks are local pub prices and a 2am licence means if you don’t come early (do the drinks are cheaper) you’ll be coming here later! This week they have Danny Klancy from Krankbrother on the decks. What more could you want? Check it out here for more info.
Venue: J Sheekey Oyster BarAddress:
Cost: £35 per person
Kicking off in 2011, J Sheekey Oyster Bar set up a series of cabaret performances combining dinner with live music and comedy. Their new season will see four Speakeasy shows each month, with two shows a day – a late lunch performance at 2pm and an evening show at 7pm. Tickets cost £35 and include a set menu of J Sheekey favourites and a Ketel One cocktail on arrival.
This week is Rachel Parris, who was selected by ‘London is Funny’ as one of the Top 10 Comics to Watch in 2012 and recently came runner-up in The Musical Comedy Awards 2012.
To book, call 020 7240 2565 (9am-5pm, Mon to Fri)