Come and join two of south London's very own musicians and friends, LEYLAH, and Barnaby Wynter + SPECIAL GUEST for a night of good music, pizza, and Christmas vibes as we settle into the festive season here on Telegraph Hill.
LEYLAH is a South London-born vocalist and musician. Drawing from the Gospel, RnB and Jazz influences of her childhood, her distinct alternative RnB sound and lyrics burst forth with an effortless soul and confidence.
Sun 19 Dec 2021 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
£8.50 (incl booking fee)
We are delighted to be exhibiting Martin Grover's eclectic mix of work in our cafe gallery.
This show merges elements of musical nostalgia, procrastination, elegiac decay with every day observations. He has created a body of work that at first glance appears wry, whimsical and humorous but can in turn reveal an enigmatic heart and a melancholic soul.
Prints on sale in the cafe.
28th October 2021 – 22 January 2022
Games night returns - an informal, fun night for all the family. Bring along your favourite game, or just come along and learn a new one from someone else!
Booking not required.
Dinner for One Hundred pizzas
Dates for 2022:
Thursday 6th January
Thursday 3rd February
Thursday 3rd March
Thursday 7th April
Can you imagine being terrified of your own happiness? You can? Then let's begin...
Frankie Howerd was one of Britain's most loved comedians for half a century. But he had a secret. And the secret's name was Dennis. Mark Farrelly (Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope, The Silence of Snow) returns to the Hill Station with his new play which takes you to the heart of Frankie and Dennis' clandestine relationship.
Packed with laughter, but unafraid of truth, Howerd's End portrays two humans' journey through closeness, love, grief, and all the other things that make life worth living. Come and say farewell to a legend...and learn the art of letting go.
Running over two consecutive dates:
Wednesday 12th January 2022 - 8pm (doors 7pm)
Thursday 13th January 2022 - 8pm (doors 7pm)
Running time 80 mins followed by post-show talk