The Good Ship

The Good Ship
289 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 7JR
  • Telephone 07949 008253
  • Opening times Mon–Thu & Sun 5pm–2am; Fri & Sat 5pm–4am.
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  • Website www.thegoodship.co.uk
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The Good Ship

Opening its doors in 2005, The Good Ship specialises in music, DJs, comedy and spoken word with a late licence until 3am at weekends. Plus real ale, a free jukebox and big screens (though they tend to avoid playing sports except for QPR matches). Available for private hire.

Raill inks include Brondesbury (North London Silverlink), Kilburn (Jubilee Line), Kilburn High Road (British Rail) and Kilburn Park (Bakerloo Line). Local buses include 16, 31, 32, 98, 189, 206, 316, 328, 332 plus night buses N16, N28, N31, N98.

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  • Provides: Free wi-fi

Events at this venue

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Ali Warren

The singer-songwriter from Taunton performs his indie-folk originals. With support from The Seasons In Shorthand and Nash Albert.

Wed 25 Oct

£5; £4 adv / 07949 008253

  • 19:30

The Good Ship Comedy Club

Different line-up of spankingly good comedians each time.

Mon 23 Oct

£4 adv / 07949 008253

The comedian Angela Barnes presents her witty world view and sharp jokes. With Matt Winning, Jacob Hawley, Peter Brush, Jay Forman, Johnny And The Baptists and Ben Van Der Velde.

  • 20:00

The Good Ship Comedy Club Presents Angela Barnes

ANGELA BARNES http://www.angelabarnescomedy.co.uk/ After a career in health and social care, Angela Barnes decided to realise a long held ambition and give comedy a go. Within a couple of years she had won the 2011 BBC New Comedy Award and became a finalist at the 2011 Latitude Festival New Act of the Year competition.

Mon 23 Oct

Early Bird Ticket £2.5 / 07949 008253

Happy Hours

With the eternal optimist and political stand-up Josie Long. Plus Nish Kumar, Glenn Moore & Goodbear and Jack Rooke. Raising funds for CALM - Campaign Against Living Miserably.

Thu 26 Oct

£5 early bird / 07949 008253

  • 19:30

Peerless Pirates

The four-piece outfit from Oxfordshire play a roustabout mix of 1980s energetic indie, sea shanties, rockabilly, surf-rock and spaghetti western soundtracks. With support from Mr ScrewJack, Electrics, The Love Me Tenders and Sere Trouble.

Fri 27 Oct

£5; £4 adv / 07949 008253

  • 19:30

The Smyths

Accurate Smiths soundalike outfit on their Strangeways Here We Come tour

Sun 29 Oct

£14; £12 adv / 07949 008253

  • 19:30

Tokyo Taboo

The duo from London play indie punk and fuzz pop. With support from Weekend Recovery, A VOID, PollyPikPocketz and You The Living.

Sat 28 Oct

£5; £4 adv / 07949 008253

  • 19:30

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