Open Mic, Every Other Thursday

Handy with a guitar? Beautiful voice? Looking for an audience for your new kazoo-opera hybrid*? Then you need to get down to out open mic night that starts on Thursday 21st July.

*Audiences, please know we won’t actually let any kazoo based opera singers into the pub. Or will we? Maybe we will. Come and find out.

Antarma, Fri 22nd July

Antarma’s music, whether solo or with his band the Family Tree is uplifting – from songs with guitar that unify our voices and hearts, to ecstatic rhythms on Djembe drum that entrance people to dance – he gets invited to share his gift around UK, Europe and Southeast Asia.

He shares this joyful, universal essence through uplifting soul, reggae, and hiphop, with deep inspiration rooted in Indian and Afro Brazilian sacred traditions. Fresh smoothies and juices will also be available on the night.

Free entry.

Danny & The Moonlighters: Sat 30th July

DntMs is a band of good friends, with years of live and recording experience between them. The band is a boutique, concept band who’s primary goal is to entertain both the crowd and the musicians. They play the kinds of music we like, and do not limit themselves to a specific genre. However they always like to see people dancing.
“We spin yarns which come from an imaginary reality; “The Haunted World Of Danny & The Moonlighters” where characters of our own creation, our favourite films and real history all live together,” they reckon. 

Sunday Morning Yoga: Every Sunday

Anna J has now been practicing yoga regularly for about twelve years and teaching for two.

“Yoga gives me the space and time to discover what really brings me pleasure, and always makes me feel calm and centred,” she says. “Most importantly for me, yoga puts a big smile on my face on and off the mat.”

This is the aim of her classes too, it’s all about balance. A bit of a workout, space to breathe, and relax too. Her classes are strong but steady, focused but fun. It’s an hour and a half of time you are giving yourself to let go, escape, and enjoy. Her intention is not just for you to pick up tips that you can take home and practice on your own mat, but also when stuck on a tunnel in the tube, or preparing for that big meeting, or on holiday with your mat shoved into the bottom of your suitcase just in case…

  • Lazy Sunday Starter sessions 10:15-11:45am
  • Strong yet gentle, focused and relaxed classes
  • Bring your own mat, or please contact Anna first
  • Suitable for all levels
  • Class price £12 – £2 of which goes directly to the charity Mind

Laura Hepworth Exhibition: Sat 13th-Sat 27th August

Laura Hepworth is a 26 year old fine artist and illustrator from Middlesex. Her preferred medium is pencil but she also enjoys painting in acrylics and has recently been working in soft pastels for her illustration designs for the greetings card market. She especially loves drawing portraits of people and animals. Her work has been displayed at The Bowman Gallery, Bianco Giglio Galleries, and Art 233.

Food Assembly: Every Two Weeks

The Food Assembly brings together people to buy fresh food directly from local farmers and foodmakers.

With their technology and support, everyone gets a better deal: communities get to know each other, farmers get a fairer price for their work, and you get locally sourced, unique produce: the most delicious food available!

Selling through The Food Assembly, farmers and foodmakers get over 80% for every product sold, compared to the 15%-25% that most supermarkets offer them.

Three important facts about The Food Assembly:

  1. All the food is produced within 150 miles from where you live
  2. Producers set their own price; meaning that they are paid fairly for their work
  3. The Food Assembly doesn’t act as a middleman, but as a service provider

Sounds interesting? Click here and sign up and you can pick up your food from us every fortnight.

Vintage Pop-Up Market: Saturday 25th June 2016

Vintage Pop-Up Market
Saturday 25th June 2016
12pm to 5pm (free entry)

Vintage Retro Up-cycled

Ladywell Vintage will be popping up at the Ladywell Tavern and Gallery on Saturday June 25th from 12 noon to 5pm, selling a range of vintage, retro and up-cycled products including clothes, furniture, jewellery, accessories and lots of delicious cake!

I look forward to seeing you on the 25th.

Please Click Here for more information.

Live music, great food and art