COLOURS HOXTON

NOW OPEN! COLOURS HOXTON

A NEW MULTI-ARTS BAR + CLUB IN EAST LONDON

IN COLLABORATION WITH VILLAGE UNDERGROUND AND EARTH ON PROGRAMME OF LIVE GIGS AND CLUB NIGHTS

EXCLUSIVE ART EXHIBITION BY LADY GAGA COLLABORATOR FRED BUTLER

2-4 Hoxton Square, Hackney, London N1 6NU

https://www.colourshoxton.co.uk

COLOURS HOXTON

The team behind much-loved London venues Queen of Hoxton, The Book Club and Brighton’s Patterns have opened a brand new multi-arts-bar + club Colours in Hoxton, East London.

Exploding into Hoxton Square with a programme of wild and wonderful music, art and performance, Colours’ 300-capacity live space is set to host a stellar line up of gigs and club-nights programmed in collaboration with fellow multi-arts spaces Village Underground and EartH. In a city where nightlife venues are consistently under threat of closure, Colours injects a much-needed vibrancy into Shoreditch’s music landscape.

The team behind much-loved London venues Queen of Hoxton, The Book Club and Brighton’s Patterns have opened a brand new multi-arts-bar + club Colours in Hoxton, East London.

Exploding into Hoxton Square with a programme of wild and wonderful music, art and performance, Colours’ 300-capacity live space is set to host a stellar line up of gigs and club-nights programmed in collaboration with fellow multi-arts spaces Village Underground and EartH. In a city where nightlife venues are consistently under threat of closure, Colours injects a much-needed vibrancy into Shoreditch’s music landscape.

Colours Hoxton

CLUB

In addition to the live shows, Colours will bring a selection of genre-spanning club nights with residencies from inclusive LGBTQ+ Bollywood powerhouse Hungama, girl power gang Pxssy Palace, house, disco and techno party Naturalia, the female-led immersive collective Shotgun Carousel, garage extravaganza Lord of The Tings and Village Underground favourites The Heatwave presents. Friday nights will see the hugely popular 90s and 00s hip hop/r’n’b clubnight Supa Dupa Fly take a weekly residency!

Colours Hoxton

CULTURE

Alongside the music led programming Colours’ will champion London’s most vibrant curators and collectives. The venue’s SuperCulture room will host cutting-edge cultural events every weeknight. Ranging from an ‘after school’ club with Maisie Williams’ creative networking app Daisie to Queer Experimental CinemaNeon Naked Life Drawing, panels with Anti Diet Riot Club, hip hop yoga with Gyal Flex to Sober LGBTQ+ Mixers, expect the unexpected in the SuperCulture calendar. During the day time, it will serve as an incubator for invited local artists and creative networks, providing a free space for collaborators to host meetings, rehearsals and record podcasts.

Colours Hoxton

LIVE

Showcasing global artists on the cusp of stardom, alongside underplays from established acts, the venue will house a top of the range D&B Audiotechnik PA System, bringing the hottest in Nu Jazz, Hip Hop, Soul, Electro Pop, and R’n’B to East London. With performances already confirmed from BBC 1Xtra favourite RuthAnne, disco pop duo Ekkah, indie rockers No Hot AshesSheafs and Last Dinosaurs, rising R&B talents Olivia Nelson and Rachel Foxx, plus live sessions on Fridays from in house neo-soul/R&B showcase New Age Live, the eclectic line-up will set music fans alight.

Colours Hoxton

INTERIORS

Colours’ interior has been designed by Mare Street Market’s outfitters alongside an exclusive exhibition of artwork by the brains behind Lady Gaga’s iconic Telephone Hat Fred Butler. ‘The most colourful bar in London’ also boasts a bold, technicolour cocktail menu and the iconic live room will be fitted with a bespoke LED lighting installation called The Colour Trap. Designed by Burning Man lighting sculptor Christopher Schard, the one-of-a-kind installation will provide revellers with an entrancing view of undulating patterns and colour during buzzing club nights and live performances.

Colour Hoxton

Colour Hoxton

Colour Hoxton

FOOD

For the peckish, The Orange Buffalo take residency in the kitchen where the award winning wing joint have launched several exclusive new dishes for Colours, including a plant based burger ‘The Nawty’ and a Buffalo Chicken Salad, alongside serving their famous wings and chicken sandwiches.

Chloe Uppington, Head of Events for Mothership Group says: 
Painting a revolution of raw performance and inclusive and accessible culture, Colours will be a bold and beautiful temple of creativity and celebration of live music. A testament to Hoxton’s past, which overflows with seminal moments across club, culture and the art scene, Colours is part of a dedicated push to keep young artists and musicians in East London. 

Village Underground says:
London is crying out for more live music venues, so we’re thrilled to be collaborating with such an exciting new space in East London. Colours will be a vital platform for developing artists and promoters on the cusp of stardom.

Mothership Group has launched Colours on the former site of Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen.

Colour Hoxton

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