The George Tavern is not your typical London local.
Located in the heart of the East End, The George provides a hub where the artistic past and present combine. Established as long ago as 1623, this legendary venue seeks to welcome those already established in the creative world as well as embracing up and coming artists and musicians.Read More
Satoko Doi-Luck is one of three young composers featured on the current Night Shift Pub Tour, who have been commissioned by new-music organisation Sound and Music to write short pieces for the tour. Her piece, Flying of Fickle Time got its premiere last month in Angel – to great reception from the crowd. There’s another chance to hear it tonight in Bristol.Read More
In just over ten days time the Night Shift Pub Tour is on the road again, visiting three more pubs in Brighton, Bristol and London. So we thought it was time to take stock and look back at our last three gigs – here’s footage from them plus reaction from the audience.Read More
We kick the 2013 Night Shift Pub Tour off at The Bedford on 9 September for a spot of late night music, top ale and international lager.Read More
With just a few days until our Pub Tour kicks off at the Bedford in Balham on 9 September we’ve released a 1 minute video trailer for the tour, giving you a flavour of what’s coming up.Read More
Kate is one of three young composers writing brand new music for our Pub Tour. Her piece, Statice for String Quartet, will be premiered at the first night of the Pub Tour on 9 September at the Bedford in Balham and will be performed again the next day at The George Tavern in Shadwell.Read More
The fourth date of our pub tour, on 21 February, saw us at the Green Carnation in the heart of soho. Here’s a selection of pics – to view the full set view them on Facebook or Flickr. All pics by Joe Plommer.
It’s been such a busy month here that we are rather behind in getting our pictures uploaded! Anyway, here are a selection of pics from the third date of the pub tour, back on 7 February at what was a very very crowded Paradise in Kensal Rise. You can view the full set over on Facebook or, if you prefer, on Flickr. All pics are by Joe Plommer.
It’s been a full on few months for The Night Shift.Read More
Better late than never, here’s the set list from last week’s gig at Angel’s Old Queens Head:Read More
Sorry it’s taken so long to get this up, we’ve been a bit overwhelmed with events! Anyway, here’s the set list from last week’s pub gig at the Green Carnation.Read More
At the last night of our pub tour we had a special celebrity guest, a certain ‘Jude from South London’. We managed to have a chat with him after the show to find out what he thought of it.
And no prizes for guessing his full name…
‘Jude from London’ talks about The Night Shift by The Night Shift
One of our favourite and most regular pub venues, situated close to the fashionable areas of Upper Street and Camden Passage.Read More
“Music is the art which is the most nigh to tears and memory” – Oscar Wilde.
The next stop on The Night Shift Pub Tour sees the OAE head to the heart of Soho in London’s West End.Read More
Here’s a video from the first two dates of the pub tour, giving you a flavour of the night including some audience reaction. Further dates in Soho and Angel are now sold out but you can still buy tickets for our full-scale gigs at the Roundhouse and Queen Elizabeth Hall.Read More
Here’s a selection of images from our Amersham Arms pub gig back on 1 Feb. You can view the full set over on our Facebook page or take a look at them over on Flickr. Pictures from the Paradise gig coming soon…
All pics by Joe Plommer.
Here’s the full set list from our gig at Paradise on Tuesday.
Pictures will follow shortly…
Purcell Golden Sonata No.9 from Sonatas in Four Parts
Purcell Fairest Isle from King Arthur
Purcell Two parts on a Ground from Dioclesian
Purcell Fantasia on one note
Purcell Sonata No.1 in B minor from Sonatas in Four Parts
Purcell Pavane in A
Purcell Curtain Tune from Timon of Athens
Purcell Sonata No.6 in G minor from Sonatas in Four Parts
Purcell Catch: Once, twice, I Julia tried
Yes, if you’ve not got your tickets yet then we’re afraid it’s too late. Remaining dates in Soho and Angel are now completely sold out and there will be NO tickets on the door (aside from any tickets that get returned) due to very high advance sales.
BUT – you can still experience The Night Shift on a bigger scale at our Roundhouse (24 Feb) and Southbank Centre (4 March) gigs, for which there are tickets still left.
The reponse to the pub tour has been phenomenal and we’re pretty sure pub gigs will be back…
Thanks for all your support!Read More
Here’s a selection of pictures from the first of our pub gigs at the George Tavern.
You can view (and tag) the complete set over on Facebook or see them on Flickr if you prefer. All pictures taken by Joe Plommer.
“For there is good news yet to hear and fine things to be seen, before we go to paradise by way of Kensal Green”.
Taking its name from the last line of the poem ‘The Rolling English Road’ by GK Chesterton, Paradise in Kensal Rise is the next stop on the OAE’s The Night Shift pub tour.
This popular gastro-pub and music venue, in a fashionable district of West London, offers bohemian charm to its customers and audience members as they relax on leather banquettes and are surrounded by displays of Victorian birdcages, taxidermy and mismatched bits and pieces.
Attracting the likes of Jamie Winstone, Ellie Goulding and Paloma Faith, Paradise rests on the sight of the historic Plough pub, which was frequented in the 1780s by the artist George Morland, proving that the Paradise’s gift for blending fresh ideas alongside the long established remains true to this day.
Not your average boozer, Paradise treats its visitors to a wide choice of events such as regular funk and comedy nights, film screenings and burlesque shows.
Head West with the OAE to Paradise and Purcell!Read More