Colours is a new and welcome addition to London’s ever-shrinking roster of music venues. The team behind much-loved London venues Queen of Hoxton, The Book Club and Brighton’s Patterns are opening a brand new multi-arts-bar and club called Colours in Hoxton Square, East London in September.

There will be a programme of music, art and performance in Colours’ 300-capacity live space, set to host a stellar line up of gigs and club-nights in collaboration with fellow multi-arts spaces Village Underground and EartH.

Light Installation

Club nights

They are set to feature residencies from inclusive LGBTQ+ Bollywood powerhouse Hungama, girl power gang Pussy Palace, house, disco and techno party Naturalia, the female-led immersive collective Shotgun Carousel, garage extravaganza Lord of The Tings and Village Underground favourites The Heatwave presents.

The venue’s SuperCulture room will host cutting-edge cultural events every week night. Ranging from an ‘after school’ club with Maisie Williams’ creative networking app Daisie to Queer Experimental Cinema, Neon Naked Life Drawing and more.


The Orange Buffalo take residency in the kitchen with several exclusive new dishes for Colours, including a plant based burger ‘The Nawty’ and a Buffalo Chicken Salad, alongside their famous wings and chicken sandwiches.

To celebrate the launch Colours will be offering customers 50% off on both food and drink on its opening weekend (Friday-Saturday)

OPENING FRIDAY 13TH SEPTEMBER 2019 at 2-4 Hoxton Square, Hackney, London N1 6NU