Bar News

Posted on March 18, 2015

Back Counter

New Vauxhall restaurant COUNTER’s little brother BackCOUNTER is open from Thursday night serving great cocktails and a laid back space. COUNTER continues to hit the high notes for weekend brunch with a line-up of entertainment, that much-needed Bloody Mary or an early afternoon Vauxhall Vesper. Teamed with their quickly-becoming-famous stuffed French Toast or Eggs Benedict plus the Seb Pipe Jazz Trio this Sunday 29th, it’s the perfect place to recover or get going again wrapped in the luxury of their leather banquettes. Stay tuned as BackCOUNTER kicks into full gear over Easter, with COUNTER’s little brothers’ coming out party: full details in next week’s issue.

Arch 50, 7-11 South Lambeth Place, SW8 1SP


The Imperial Arms

Messers Nye and Jimmy welcome all to their new venue in Fulham, the Imperial Arms with special guest Mzz Kimberley treading the boards and wowing the crowds on Saturday 28th March! She’s on stage at 9pm, so get there early to get your drinks in and enjoy show. Then on Sunday 29th March there’s Heat 4 of their hugely enjoyable, ongoing Karaoke Competition with an ultimate £300 Grand Final Prize!

8 Lillie Road, SW6 ITU


Ku Bar

Easter is coming and the Ku Boys have lost their bunny ears and are turning sinful! There are 5 days of celebrations across all Ku venues from Thursday 2nd to Monday 6th April with hotness galore as the Ku boys are transformed into Madonna’s own horny devils. Super hot guest DJ Chris Brogan is in town on Saturday 4th April, and their heated terrace has waiter service so you can watch Lisle Street bustle by as you enjoy your ice cold beer or delicious cocktail!

30 Lisle Street, Chinatown, WC2H 7BA 


The Quebec

The Quebec has a wonderful array of friendly faces who frequent its welcoming environment most of the week up in the Marble Arch area of Oxford Street, plus good pop music and a great range of drinks!  And on a Sunday you can enjoy some premier cabaret entertainment from around the scene, including Tiffaney Wells this Sunday 29th from 9pm.

12 Old Quebec Street, W1H 7AF


The Old Ship

The Old Ship ‘enjoys keeping entertainment alive’ and too right too in the midst of Limehouse, we say, one of the only old school venues to give you friendly atmosphere, a welcoming crowd and a wide spread of fine ales and wines for you to enjoy. On Saturday 28th why not check out the legend that is the Drag With No Name who kicks off her part-singing, part-dancing, all-joking act at 9.30pm.

17 Barnes Street, Limehouse, E14 7NW


The Two Brewers

Two Brewers has got some stunning cabaret entertainment for you over this weekend with Ball: the Gold Edition on Friday 27th March, featuring Baga Chipz and DJ Chris Brogan in support of The Food Chain (open 5pm until 4am, free entry before 10pm, £7 after). On Saturday 28th there’s Son of a Tutu on stage, the winner of Drag Idol 2011, plus DJ Demon in the Cabaret Bar, and DJ Paul Short in the Club – free before 10pm, £7 after. 5pm-4am.  Then finish off the weekend on Sunday 29th with The Power of 3, free before 8pm, £4 after.

114 Clapham High Street, SW4 7UJ


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