Jan 19


Adding to the club's founding residents Craig Richards & Terry Francis, FabricLive looked at who is making noise in our city’s vibrant underground culture right now and handpicked a small selection of artists we love to become our newest resident DJs. We’ll be introducing two of these new residents with a free party in Room Three. Anna Wall and Bobby are two of the best DJs in London,

St James Piccadilly MarketEvent

Jan 19

St James Piccadilly Market

The Arts and Crafts market was first held at St James’s in 1981 as part of the Piccadilly Arts Festival. Since then the market has grown and expanded, it can now be found here six days a week. The market runs from Monday to Saturday each week, selling a diverse range of food, gifts and other treasures. Many regular traders travel abroad to source their goods direct from as far afield as Tibet, India, Egypt and Africa. On weekdays there is often a food stall tucked away on the South side of St James’s Church on Jermyn Street.


Jan 19


Pagliacci. Ruggero Leoncavallo’s greatest opera. Based on a real life murder case. This thrilling and gritty opera boasts one of the greatest tenor arias of all time and a story to surpass any modern day soap opera. Irrational Theatre returns with this freshly adapted and accessible production; Salvador Dali meets The Tiger Lilies with a lesbian twist. As we follow the lives of a troupe of strolling actors, real life crosses into the imaginary until their jealousies, obsession and illicit passions mirror the evening’s performance with tragic effect

Sara Pascoe: LadsLadsLadsEvent

Jan 19

Sara Pascoe: LadsLadsLads

Always honest, always regretting it later, Sara opens her heart and mouth again to share the adventures of the last year. Full of jokes, hope and white wine, LadsLadsLads is the thinking person’s stag do. Following a sell-out run in London’s West End, the multi-award-winning comedian and star of Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, QI and Taskmaster, takes her new show on tour.

Laugh Till It HurtsEvent

Jan 19

Laugh Till It Hurts

Laugh Till It Hurts presents an evening of extraordinary comedy in support of The Prince's Trust. Featuring: Tony Law “Form-busting and hugely enjoyable” The Times. Matt Forde “A first class comic” The Guardian. Arthur Smith “The funniest and most honest comic of his generation” The List. Paul Sinha “One-liners are delivered with the crisp clarity of cut glass. Highly original” Metro. Dane Baptiste "Observational comedy at its finest" The Independent.

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Jan 19

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Enjoy Lobster & 6oz steak, chips & glass of prosecco for £19.95 Upgrade to Champagne for £23.95

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