The Great Brain Robbery is curating the “Lockdown Town” musical line-up one week each month, presenting established acts alongside up and coming talent and artists in a musical context within which they might not traditionally be associated.
27th – 31st October: Kitty Daisy & Lewis, Miss Baby Sol, Black Kat Boppers, Annie Bea, Paul Ronney-Angel and The Dalston Devil Trio, Darren Berry & Susan Harriott, João Mello.
17th – 21st November: King Salami & The Cumberland Three, Tom Mansi & The Icebreakers, Madeleine Rose Witney, Annie Bea & secret special guest, S J Murchadh, Eddie Giffney, Darren Berry & Susan Harriott.
8th – 12th December: Deadbeatz, Chris Tofu & Special Guests, Sister Cookie, Garance & the Mitochondries, Tim Sutton, Darren Berry & Susan Harriott.
From its origin as a series of legendary West London takeover parties in Paradise by way of Kensal Green, The Great Brain Robbery‘s immersive style evolved at its residencies at Portobello’s Cobden Club, Mayfair’s Sketch and Camden’s Underworld. The Great Brain Robbery now runs stages at festivals across the UK, which have included Wilderness, Secret Garden Party, Standon Calling, How The Light Gets In, Curious Arts Festival, and London’s Portobello Live and Vaults Festival. Each night takes on a bespoke theme with every aspect of the show specifically tailored to the occasion. Special guests often appear unannounced...
The Great Brain Robbery is the brainchild of our Performance Director, Gus Robertson, who is probably one of the busiest guys in rock’n’roll. Guitarist, impresario, DJ, creative director, curator, promoter - he knows how to make a show go off from every angle. Of note, over the past fifteen years, Gus has toured the world playing lead guitar for a band called Razorlight, run two iconic Victorian London venues – the 20th Century Theatre and Bush Hall, and established a new theatre in a disused bus depot in Notting Hill - The Playground Theatre.
The Nest Collective is a leading force in contemporary and cross-cultural folk music; bringing people together to experience extraordinary music in unforgettable places, and rekindling connections with nature, tradition and community.
Founded in 2005 by Mercury-nominated artist Sam Lee, the Nest Collective presents an extensive and eclectic programme of cultural events across London and nationally, featuring outstanding emerging and established folk, world and roots artists from across the globe.
Because we embrace and encourage connection with nature, many of our events take place outdoors in beautiful green spaces, both in cities and rural areas. We also reach an international community through our pioneering digital programme.
We’ve been brewing out of our railway arches in Walworth, South London since 2014. The beers we brew at Orbit Beers are deeply rooted in European tradition, with a modern approach. We take classic styles and we make them our own, with an eye for finesse and drinkability. We love the incredible balance of the beers of Germany, from Dusseldorf and Cologne in the Rhineland to the kellers of Franconia. We love the complexity of flavours that Belgian yeasts produce. We love hops, the spicy elegance of classic European ones, the zesty aromas of New Zealand varieties, and the fruity extremes of their American counterparts. Our work is inspired by the ethos of our favourite record labels, who hold music and art above all else. Likewise, we accept no compromises when it comes to making our beer. We are Orbit Beers, we encourage you to listen, think, and drink independent.
Robbie Sykes at Orbit Beers says: “Music is at the heart of Orbit Beers, from vinyl records to live shows, good time vibes! We can’t wait to help bring electrifying live sets and rip-roaring good times back to life in London with One Night Records’ ‘Lockdown Town’!”
Built on founder Richard Hennessy’s spirit of conquest, Hennessy has shined around the world with its exceptional blends for more than 250 years. Today, Hennessy is present in more than 130 countries and ranked in the Interbrand Top 100 Global Brands.
Hennessy’s long-standing affiliation with music and culture can be charted back to as early as 1914, where black American soldiers stationed in France were introduced to the cognac during the First World War. Then popularised by Jazz musicians, the brand took off across the world, resonating with Reggae, Soul, Hip Hop and Grime generations.
‘’Music is a huge part of Hennessy’s DNA. Supporting the trade and unsigned musicians in the UK has been a core focus for the brand during COVID-19, so it is only right that we partner with One Night Records for this flagship event in bringing live music back to London".
The Abram Wilson Foundation (AWF) was founded in 2012 by Jennie Cashman Wilson in memory of her late husband critically acclaimed, award winning jazz musician, mentor and educator Abram Wilson. The charity supports the next generation of musicians to fulfil their potential and pay it forward to young people who face barriers to accessing inspirational music education opportunities.
Since 2015 the Foundation has continued Abram’s legacy by:
One Night Records supports the Abram Wilson Foundation with a £2 contribution per ticket going to the charity for every single booking. Proceeds will help them achieve their mission of supporting the next generation of musicians to fulfil their potential and pay it forward to young people who face barriers to accessing inspirational music education opportunities.
We're proud to be the first ride-hailing service in London to bring black cabs and private hire vehicles together on one app, so choose the vehicle you need, when you need it, and roll however you want with FREE NOW.
FREE NOW is Europe's number 1 taxi app, operating in 100+ European cities, including 9 cities within the UK. We are on a journey to make urban mobility better for passengers, drivers and communities, and to help cities move more freely. So sit back, relax and enjoy your journey with us.
Your code will be ONENIGHT
T&Cs: 30% off your first 2 rides to a maximum of £5. Offer only available for new FREE NOW passengers on their first trip between 28/09/20 and 26/10/20. Discount can be used on both black cabs and private hire vehicles but only when using in-app payment and cannot be used in conjunction with other offers.
“FREE NOW is excited to be supporting One Night Records and the music industry by offering discounted rides to help people get to and from the event safely after so long.”
For over 265 years, Appleton Estate has been crafting premium aged rums in the heart of Jamaica - taking inspiration from Jamaica’s vibrancy, its land and the joyful nature of its people.
As one of the few rums in the world to claim terroir, we craft the finest single estate rums ‘cane to cocktail’. Harvesting our own sugar cane, sourcing water from our own limestone spring, meticulously managing each step of the production process, with a commitment to both tropical and minimum ageing.
Our bold, full-bodied flavour is so complex it can be enjoyed neat, with a robust fruit forward profile that is incredibly versatile. Appleton Estate delivers Jamaica rum flavour to any cocktail, mixing particular well with the rum forward classics like the Daiquiri or Mai Tai.
Created in 1880 by Louis-Alexandre, Grand Marnier combines the intensity of exotic bitter orange with the character of Cognac. The recipe has not changed since it was created, resulting in a liqueur with powerful and complex aromas and flavours. Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge contains 51% Cognac, which adds an intriguing twist to classic cocktails and long drinks – giving Champagne cocktails like the Grand 75 and the simple Grand Tonic a multi-layered flavour.
The Distillery for Wild Turkey Bourbon is located in Kentucky, situated on a deep limestone shelf on the Kentucky River. The shelf acts as a natural filter and provides the distillery with crystal clear water, vital to making such a high-quality product. Wild Turkey features the legendary father and son Master Distilling team of Jimmy and Eddie Russell, who have nearly 100 years of collective experience working at the Wild Turkey distillery.
The famous Wild Turkey brand name first came about back in 1940 when distillery executive Thomas McCarthey took a few warehouse samples on a Wild Turkey hunting trip with a group of friends. The following year, his friends asked him for “some of that Wild Turkey whiskey” and the brand was born.
Wild Turkey is distilled and put into new oak barrels at a much lower ABV than most bourbons. This results in a much richer flavour, as less is cooked out during the production process. Ageing in the highest quality new American oak barrels with the heaviest char available (the Number 4 “alligator” char), imparts a smooth flavour and deep amber colour to the whiskey. The barrels are filled at the distillery in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky.
Caravan Bankside is all about relaxed, welcoming and vibrant all day dining.
Housed on the ground floor of an old Metal Box Factory in the emerging area of Bankside, we have lovingly restored many of the original 19th century features to create a soft industrial dining room, coffee and cocktail bar and kitchen bar dining.
Open all day for breakfast, lunch, brunch & dinner… and everything in between.
With our #FreeFlowingFilter (weekdays between 9am-4pm) giving you unlimited top-ups of our specialty filter coffee from Caravan Coffee Roasters, you’re welcome to stop by over breakfast or lunch for a few hours away from the home office.
And as we begin to transition to evening, say hello to our #StayHappy Hour with 50% off our signature Espresso Martini, Chefs Margarita and Negroni cocktails every day between 4-6pm.
All day, every day, all welcome. #noboundaries