- Fri, 07 OctThe Old Library
- Sun, 09 OctThe Old Library
- Sun, 16 OctThe Old Library16 Oct, 17:00 – 20:00The Old Library, 116-118 New Cross Rd, London SE14 5BA, UKFeaturing George Risk w/ guests. Come and enjoy some relaxed jazz music at The Old Library Bar, as George and co take you through an exploration of jazz tradition incorporating different genres of jazz as well as exploring their own improvisation ability.
- Sun, 23 OctThe Old Library
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- Sun, 08 JanThe Old Library
- RSVP ClosedSun, 02 OctThe Old Library
THE OLD LIBRARY
BAR & VENUE
Music Room Live is a brand new venture in New Cross Gate, based at The Old Library Bar & Venue, 116-118 New Cross Road, SE14.
In our unique character bar and performance area, we will be shortly hosting socially distanced performances from a wide range of artists and musicians. We have various different performance areas on site and also will be live streaming events and gigs. We aim to enhance the incredible diversity and energy of New Cross Gate, promoting a diverse mix of artists.
Our venue has been lovingly restored to provide an amazing environment for performers and audiences alike. We have a new bar area serving local beers, ales and wine, with safety being a priority. We want everyone in the local community and beyond to be part of our celebration of arts and creativity.
WANT TO PERFORM HERE?
We are looking for performers, artists and musicians to play at our new venue The Old Library, which will contribute to the cultural recovery of our community.
We welcome all offers from artistic contributors which may be suitable for socially distanced performance to small audiences in our bar area, and for streamed performances and live gigs from our other events spaces. We are particularly interested to hear from professional artists who have been disadvantaged by the devastating effect of the pandemic on the creative industry. Vulnerable groups within our community have also been significantly affected and need our support.
If you are interested in being a part of our cultural recovery please complete the contact form by clicking here: