The Bread And Roses

The Bread And Roses
68 Clapham Manor Street, London, SW4 6DZ

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Blues Jam

Blues Jam, the last Sunday of the month for continuous magical blues music to warm our souls this cold winter. Deep rooted blues in the heart of Clapham. The Jam is kicked off by 4 piece band with harmonica great Errol Linton and guitarist Dave Wilson both have been on the scene for years and has worked very successfully…

Sun 29 Jan

Free / 020 7498 1779

Clapham Comedy Club

Thursday 2nd February 2017 Clapham Comedy Club @ Bread & Roses: Pippa Evans, Abi Roberts Amy Gledhill, Ben Mcgowan. Kieron Boland MC Sion James & Free Lollipops Clapham Comedy brings you the best value World Class, Award Winning Comedy with Big Name TV Stars, Circuit Favourites & Special Guests, Edinburgh…

Thu 2 Feb

£8–£10 / 020 7498 1779

Comedy, Stand-Up.

£8.80 / 020 7498 1779

Comedy, Stand-Up.

Clapham Comedy Club Valentine's Day Comedy Show

Tuesday 14th February 2017 Clapham Comedy Club @ The Bread & Roses Proudly Presents: Valentine's Day Comedy Show Larry Dean, Sarah Callaghan, John Meagher, MC Sion James Tickets include Comedy show, Delicious meal from Chop n Chip, Glass of sparkly and Valentines treats. Celebrate Valentines Day with a night of ace…

Diz Watson

One of the rockinest piano players in the world - is a quintessential exponent of New Orleans style piano - an exuberant mix of Barrel House, Rhythm and Blues, Rock 'n' Roll and Boogie Woogie - influenced by Fats Domino, Huey "Piano" Smith, Dr. John, James Booker and Professor Longhair. Recordings include critically…

Fri 3 Feb

Free / 020 7498 1779

Hi Fi Sneakers

A group of talented musicians bringing Northern Soul and Original tunes to the live circuit.

Sat 11 Feb

Free / 020 7498 1779

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Kareem Shabazz And The Ryddim Kings

A voice that slips with stylistic ease from Al Green like textures to echoes of Curtis Mayfield/Marvin Gaye. His music is forward looking and socially conscious, street smart, soul, reggae and dance.

Fri 17 Feb

Lickin Stick

Live music from 'Lickin Stick', helping to drive your Funky Soul. Recreating the great sound of James Brown. Make it Funky with Lickin Stick.

Sat 28 Jan

Free / 020 7498 1779

Reggae & Roll With Stephen T

Reggae N' Roll with Stephen T (www.therock926.com) & friends as The Rock 926 meets Venture FM at Dreader Than Bread at the fabulous Bread and Roses pub. Every last Friday of each month for the best in Reggae on vinyl from the 1960s-80s. Featuring some of Venture FM's finest selectors.

Fri 24 Feb

Free / 020 7498 1779

The Roses Cabaret

The Bread & Roses Theatre's brand new regular comedic burlesque & cabaret night! Presenting a line-up of some of London's funniest cabaret artists - not to be missed!

Thu 26 Jan

£10–£12 / 020 7498 1779

Sat 11 Mar

£10–£12 / 020 7498 1779

The Shake up

'The Shakeup' DJ night is as dedicated to pure soul music as The Bread & Roses is dedicated to creating a truly inclusive & cosmopolitan entertainment venue. The Shakeup is proud to join forces with the last Trade Union owned pub in England. It is the perfect home for an uncompromising soul club. Admission is free…

Sat 4 Feb

Free / 020 7498 1779

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The Shakeup

Clubbing, Funk & Soul.

Sat 4 Feb

Free / 020 7498 1779

Sisters

Abbie is getting married. Everything is set. But then her big sister turns up determined to change Abbie's mind. Juliet is there to remind her sister that actually her fiance is a misogynist, that white never suited her, and that maybe, just maybe Abbie should never have said goodbye to her ex girlfriend.

Tue 7 Feb

£8 / 020 7498 1779

Wed 8 Feb

£8 / 020 7498 1779

Thu 9 Feb

£8 / 020 7498 1779

…and 2 more dates until 11 Feb

Tribo

Carnival themed party with 'Tribo' afro Brazilian drum and samba music made up of 15 drummers led by Marcos Santana all in traditional costume. 'Tribo London' is a non-profit based music organisation.

Sat 25 Feb

Free / 020 7498 1779

The Vagina Monologues

VML Drama present Eve Ensler's dramatically funny, tender and provocative celebration of womanhood.

Thu 16 Feb

£10–£15 / 020 7498 1779

Fri 17 Feb

£10–£15 / 020 7498 1779

Sat 18 Feb

£10–£15 / 020 7498 1779

Where Do We Go From Here?

The UK voted for Brexit, the US voted for Trump. The Brexit and Trump campaigns used a similar terminology around 'taking back control', returning to 'greatness' and 'good old times', yet behind those terms lingered a lot more extreme attitudes and claims. Many have protested the results of the UK referendum and the US…

Sun 12 Feb

£1–£12 / 020 7498 1779

Mon 13 Feb

£1–£12 / 020 7498 1779

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