Events at The Good Ship
Venue Details & Map
The Good Ship
289 Kilburn High RoadBrondesburyLondonNW6 7JR
- +44 (0)20 7372 2544
- Public transport:
- Brondesbury, National Railway
If like me, you're a fan of live music and looking for somewhere to break up the monotony of life during the week then look no further than The Good Ship.
Located in the heart of Kilburn, The Good Ship is not only a live music venue but a bar, nightclub and arts centre all in one. Easily accessible on Kilburn High Road they offer live bands, DJ's, comedians, spoken word and story telling....more
The Good Ship is mainly a music oriented pub on Kilburn High Road (just along from the Luminaire), but also has comedy nights.
The front half of the pub has a long traditional bar on one side, with a range of lagers and real ales at not outrageous prices (especially considering it is a late night venue in London). Plenty of space and a few tables so provides somewhere to chill if you don't...more
The Good Ship is a versatile venue - it plays host to a range of music acts throughout the week, culminating in a late one on a Saturday, whilst also playing host to The Good Ship Comedy Club (formerly known as Porthole) and then doubling up as a venue for spoken word events.
The stage is sunk below the bar and underneath a main seating area, which can be reserved for parties, and as a...more
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways....
Oh GS, I love all the awesome music you have on your free jukebox, and I also love your choice of DJ's, such as the ever-charming Sid Trotter with his indie-rocktastic beats and Maurice, with his Motown moments...
I love your reasonably priced drinks, and your ability to always make me want to drink Jaeger-bombs, despite not liking Jaegermeister...more
The Good Ship is about 2 minutes walk from the critically acclaimed music venue, The Luminaire, so this little place has a lot to live up to.
The bar itself is pretty bog standard and the actual music / comedy venue is basically a little space within that bar, all on the one floor. It's an odd layout. The stage is lower than the ground level and therefore gives a "gallery" feel to the live...more