We are now OPEN!
We are happy to be able to welcome you back indoors. Come nd join us for great beer, table tennis and hopefully lots of sun! We have a large secluded garden with covered area and pretty fountain garden.
Open to the public Thurs, Fri, Sat from 6 -11pm...and other days for classes and events.....just pitch up or to be sure of a spot reserve on EventrBrite for just 1.00 p. person! You can book your table here.
Dance classes have re-started in the studio (see calendar) and we are now also opening for bookings for events this summer & beyond. Get in touch to make a booking by emailing email@example.com
See you soon!
A full day of music to celebrate the end of lockdown and the re-opening of the SouthBank Club after a year of hibernation. We're looking forward to the place being alive and buzzing. Bank Holiday, Beer, BBQ ...whats not to like!
12 noon-5pm Acustic music in the garden + BBQ FREE/£1 p. person/table
Some chilled sounds to relax on a sunny day. Its table service so entry is free but on a first come first served basis. To guarantee a spot please reserve your table on EventBrite
1pm - Fin Kelvin
"The ambient folk duo of Finnian Evans and Kieran Glas uses the subtleties of their acoustic guitars to conjure a musical meeting between Middle Europe’s heartland and rooted Americana.”
2pm – Lebo.
“Lebo is a 22 year old singer songwriter from Bristol by way of Birmingham and Botswana. His piano lead R&B ballads draw influence from James Blake and Sampha and are in turn unsettling and soulful due to the dark and sensitive nature of his song topics alongside his instantly recognisable voice.”
3pm – Midleague
“Midleague is a four piece indie-rock band from Bath consisting of members Ewan Whalley (Vocals and Rhythm Guitar), Jacob Beswetherick (Lead Guitar), Sean Lomas (Bass Guitar) and Jake Weaver (Drums). With their influences including…
7pm-11pm 'BEJE and the Bristol Griot' 7/5 (Members)
A concert as part of Bristol Refugee Festival. Senegalese kora player Moussa Kouyate is the Bristol Griot or poet of his adopted Bristol, backed by an expanded BEJE ensemble led by trumpeter David Mowat, with concert harpist Emmy Broughton and Gambian djembe star Suntou Susso. Kit drummer Paolo Adamo and bassist Federico Leonori complete the band and Jimi Cann provides musical advice in Western - West African fusion.
This will be a seated event with table servce only. Tickets via Eventbrite Beje Tickets