Bar, club and art gallery, the Queen of Hoxton holds court in the heart of the East End. Open every night of the year, the venue has hosted some big names including Tom Odell, Django Django, Lianne La Havas, Gold Panda and Miles Kane.
As well as the interior spaces, the Queen has a stunning rooftop garden complete with BBQ kitchen, bars, garden shed bathrooms, hanging gardens, astroturf and panoramic views over the City of London.
Quite simply, Queen of Hoxton is the ultimate youth club for the adults of the east side
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Queen of Hoxton
1-5 Curtain RoadThe CityLondonEC2A 3JX
- +44 20 7422 0958
I've been a lad my whole life. It's somewhat of a matter of principle, of etiquette. When I go somewhere, I make sure it's made clear that I'm a lad, and I work hard to sustain that throughout the evening.
Going to watch die hard should have been child's play.
Instead I'm immediately put on the back foot by being made to wear headphones that make me look like i'm working a pneumatic drill....more
This used to be my local pub as it's just around the corner from where I used to work. The "Ukulele Mondays" as well as the Tipi on the rooftop are just magical and sooo wonderful. I've spent a lot of unforgettable evenings in "The Queen of Hoxton". :)more
Ukulele mondays and now a weird tipi on the rooftop where they have campfires? I know I shouldn't be surprised. It's London, right? Anything can happen (and I have been to very weird places). But I was genuinely pleased to find such a friendly event in this area.
Their "ukulele hootananys" (sic) are great fun and provide a very welcome distraction from the Monday blues you can feel sometimes....more
What a special place! We were dropping by quite spontaneously and I was amazed by the size and decoration of the place, as well as the many people hanging out here on a monday night!
There were some people playing their ukulele, singing, playing table tennis, sitting on the rooftop by the fire, enjoying their drinks. Such a nice atmosphere. I definitely recommend coming here!more
Wigwam....ukulele....ping pong......a Monday night at queen of Hoxton.
This is a place that has never been afraid of changing things up and last night shows that perfectly. If you are willing to take the many flights of stairs to the roof you find yourself inside a smokey wigwam complete with wood and fairly lights. There are seats inside the wig wam but we decided to sit outside around the...more