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We, Mothership, currently have four venues, three in East London and the fourth in Brighton. The Book Club and the Queen of Hoxton are both big, well-known, successful and regularly feature in the press. Patterns is hub of music both vocally and physically, the space itself flows over two floors and out on to the terrace. Simply defined as Up, Down and Out, the 3 spaces combine as the backdrop for drinking, eating and dancing 7 days a week. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen is the new addition to the group. Open since 2001 it s one of Hoxton’s iconic venues for live music.

Queen of Hoxton

Bar, club and art gallery, the Queen of Hoxton, a collaboration between Mothership and a hand picked selection of local artists, holds court in the heart of the East End, entertaining her neighbours with a tight programme of music accompanied by a rolling gallery of art installations and screenings.

Patterns
Brighton’s iconic sea front is home to Mothership’s newest venture, Patterns. It promises a round-the-clock friendly and vibrant atmosphere, ideal for lazy weekend lunches on the sea-facing terrace, mid-week gigs and after work socialising in the bar, right through to after-hours revelry in the basement club. The day-to-night terrace bar and club will pay homage to Brighton’s underground music with a stellar first line-up including Gilles Peterson, Optimo and DVS1. Introducing an impressive drinks menu that reflects the playful Patterns spirit; a selection of local craft beers, international draught favourites and extensive range of spirits will be served across both floors. We will also be teaming up with Brighton’s hottest street food outlet, Street Diner, to bring the tastiest of treats from all corners of the globe.

Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen

Open since 2001 and one of the Hoxton originals, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen has seen plenty of action in its time. Bands that have previous played include: Vampire Weekend, White Lies, The Hives, The Maximo Park, Jessie J, Laura Marling, Mumford & Sons, Noah & The Whale, Florence + The Machine, The Naked and Famous, The Invisible, Paloma Faith and many more.