Hotel Street – a new store and gig venue by Sailor Jerry – £3 Tickets
Sailor Jerry Rock ‘n’ Roll Film club, gigs for £3 (details below and at the time of writing some tickets were still available), and yummy rum all in seedy Soho – what more could we want?! Like their Facebook page here for updates and info about Hotel Street. Check it out from Thursday 19th April at 120 – 125 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0EW.
Sailor Jerry says:
“We’re about to throw open the doors of Hotel Street… get down here from the 19th to taste our rum, buy that bit of our clothing you’ve always wanted, rock out to an ace band, catch a movie and witness the original artwork of Sailor Jerry himself – all under one roof.
Based in London’s scandalous Soho and named after Honolulu’s infamous Hotel Street District where Norman Collins made his name, expect a fully stocked store and gallery by day, gig and dive bar by night and an all-round good place for bad people.”
Tue 8th May – Bass Drum of Death – FREE
Tue 15th May – The Sheepdogs – FREE
Wed 16th May – PAWS – £3
Thu 7th June – Tall Ships – £3
Fri 8th June – Dee Dee (Dum Dum Girls) solo set – £3
Thu 21st June – Brontide (Holy Roar label takeover) – FREE
You know that t-shirt you’ve begged us for? That tote bag you covet? Well, Hotel Street will stock the latest Sailor Jerry clothing, accessories and gifts range for you to get your hands on. Not only that, we’ll also offer Ltd Edition pieces and exclusive extras that you won’t find anywhere else.
Here in the UK for the first time (and for a limited time), you’ll get the chance to be awe-inspired by original Sailor Jerry artwork that has been meticulously restored and preserved for future generations. Yep, it’s the real thing, hand painted by the late Norman Sailor Jerry Collins himself and it’s gonna be awesome.
Quench your thirst for rock ’n’ roll upstairs at Hotel Street where we’ll be showcasing the best in non-nonsense punk, rock and roll and Old School tunes. You’re sure to have a good time with us.
And if that wasn’t enough to fill your boots, there will be a regular film club like no other, showing rock n’ roll films and documentaries every other Sunday.
We won’t do this again – don’t miss out.
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