One night at Hootananny Brixton; 3 huge live bands.
Our weekly event at Balabam in Seven Sisters, with three fantastic live acts, top sound and lights on stage, and delicious food on site.
Woodburner is proud to present our cosy Sunday at Brick Lane's secret gem of Juju's. This month, Rum Buffalo bring their debauched trio, while Ask An American show us what a special family they have at a one-off show away from their weekly residency in Clapton.
Our weekly event at Balabam in Seven Sisters, with three fantastic live acts, top sound and lights on stage, and delicious food on site. Roman Gomez & Thodoris Ziarkis launch their brand new album on the night!
The launch of our new weekly night at Balabam in Seven Sisters! We bring you new live acts every Tuesday in the beautiful Balabam with top sound and lights on stage, and delicious food on site.
One huge night of afro and jazz at Hootananny Brixton…
The closing event of our weekly festival, every Tuesday at Dalston Eastern Curve Garden through the summertime. Join the haunting vocal genius Noemie, Woodburner host Theo Bard with a solo folk set, and devastating female trio Polly Gone Wrong to see out the season with the whole family in attendance.
Our weekly festival, every Tuesday from June to September, with Moroccan guimbri sensation Gnawa Blues All Stars, Anglo-American guitar James Riley, and improvisation/loop wizard Michael Sebastian..
We are proud to co-present Sounds of Latin London, featuring explosive 6-piece Wara, rap duo Mike Kalle & Nabsora, plus DJ Poly-Ritmo - our first ever event at Oslo Hackney.
Our weekly festival season every Tuesday from June to September, with neo-soul collective Solomon's Garden, Brighton-based The Hungry Mothers, and the honey-voiced Miranda Joy.
Our weekly festival season every Tuesday from June to September, with singer/producer Rachel K Collier, downtempo songwriter Alexander Carson, and alt-folk act Young Sawbones.
Our legendary weekly festival season, every Tuesday from June to September, with sensational French harpist Laura Perrudin, and London’s eccentric genius Garance Louis.