The Ivy House is blessed with an outstanding stage and characterful music room, making it an excellent venue for live music, comedy, and theatre; shortly after completing purchase we carried out extensive soundproofing works to ensure that we are able to provide live music without causing any disturbance to our neighbours.
The back room is available for private hire for weddings, private parties, and other functions. In the daytime it offers a haven for home-workers, with comfortable seating, places to charge your laptop, free Wifi and excellent coffee.
For all enquires about booking, attending, or arranging events in the pub please contact Harry, our Event Manager, on email@example.com
Wednesday 18th: NO PUB QUIZ THIS WEEK. The kitchen will also be closed in the evening. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. The quiz will be back next week with a special beer themed quiz to mark the launch of Brockley Brewery’s Pilsner Lager.
Friday 20th: Private event in the back rooms. Front bar open as usual.
Saturday 21st: Private event in the back rooms. Front bar open as usual.
Sunday 22nd: Sunday Lunch Tongue– free entry Live Jazz 2.30-5pm
Sunday 22nd from 7.30pm : David Bowie Night Tribute Night.
Monday 23rd: Theatrical Performance of Politic Man in the ballroom.
Following a successful debut at the The Loft at the Ugly Duck Creative Space, Bermondsey in December, Three 4 All Theatre Theatre Company is proud to announce its London Tour of ‘Politic Man’ at various venues from January 20.
A true story. Poignant. Devastating and highly relevant for today. It tells the story of Bermondsey MP Alfred Salter and his wife Ada and how politics transformed their community yet shattered their private lives.
“Can you ever separate the personal from the political? Is it right to stick to your convictions even if it means sacrificing those closest to you?”
Reading group in the refectory, 7.30pm.
Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to read more? Then why not join our book group? Our next meeting is on 23rd January in one of the booths in the back room. We have chosen a nice short book to start the year off: The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway. Anyone welcome! Start time 7.30.
Thursday 26th: Local band/ music night. If you would like to play please contact Harry: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 28th: Private event in the main room in the evening. Front bar open as usual.
Sunday 29th: Sunday Lunch Tongue– free entry Live Jazz 2.30-5pm
Thee White Dove will be spinning 60s garage and freakbeat vinyl nuggets.
Saturday 4th: Private event in the back bars in the evening. Front bar open as usual.
Sunday 5th: Sunday Lunch Tongue– free entry Live Jazz 2.30-5pm
Live Music from PerKelt in the evening. Details to follow.
Thursday 9th: The Goose is Out present their monthly Club Night.
Friday 10th: Pull The Other One present their monthly comedy club night.
Expect comedy – extravagance – variety. More details to follow.
Saturday 11th: Private event in back bars. Front bar open as usual.
Wednesday 15th: Live music from Claude Bourbon:
Please note there will be no Pub Quiz Tonight. Tickets for Claude Bourbon available here.
Friday 17th during the daytime: The Little Disco Company.
Friday 17th in the evening: New Peckham Rye label Borley Rectory presents an evening of troubadours and acid folk to launch the debut album of Trimdon Grange Explosion.
Findlay Brown – “Sets the benchmark for gorgeous troubadour folk” (Mojo magazine); a rare solo UK performance from the Separated by the Sea (***** The Guardian) singer-songwriter.
Long Pike Hollow – dazzling, Takoma-school fingerpicked guitar from Piers Haslam.
+ Borley Rectory DJs
£5 entrance on the door; music from 7pm onwards
Sunday 19th: Sunday Lunch Tongue– free entry Live Jazz 2.30-5pm
Monday 20th: Live music from blues trio band: Buh Blues. Playing the likes of
Howlin Wolf, Albert King, Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi
Hendrix etc. I have also enclosed our setlist at the end. Check out their sound here.
Thursday 23rd: Live music from Aaron and the Argonauts. 7pm doors. Advance tickets here.
Friday 24th: The Goose is Out present their monthly concert.
Saturday 25th: Private event in the back rooms. Front bar open as usual.
Sunday 26th: Sunday Lunch Tongue– free entry Live Jazz 2.30-5pm
Sunday 26th: Submotion presents The Ivy Sextet. Live Jazz £5/7. More details to follow.
Monday 27th: Live music from Let’s Be Gypsies.
The gypsiekwartet Let’s be gypsies plays the music in the spirit of their idol Django Reinhardt. The songs they play stems also from the Hot Club du France. The band consists of Eric Koning on violin, Roy de Rijke on solo guitar, Mike van Leeuwen on rhythm guitar and Ton Voskuilen on bass. Erik, Mike and Ton were already a unity in previous bands. They are also regular visitors of the annual Gypsy festival held in the French Samois sur Seine, the final resting place of Django. This is also the place where they first saw Roy on solo guitar. They were equally impressed by his talent and are delighted that they now form a band with him.
Live music from: Adedeji 22nd March,
£15 admission on the night.
£10 advance tickets via http://www.wegottickets.com/event/387531
From the USA, the “Telecaster Titan” Bill Kirchen and fellow American Austin de Lone team up for a hands-across-the-Atlantic tour to launch their new studio record, Transatlanticana. The band comprises ex “Chilli Willi and the Red Hot Peppers”bassman Paul Riley and Malcolm Mills on drums, both of whom are featured on the album. Transatlanticana unites the pioneers of two major musical movements on record for the first time after decades of playing together:
Every week we have a guest quizmaster. Please feel free to get in contact if you would like to host a quiz. Every guest quizmaster gets a £20 bar tab. Email: email@example.com
Ivy House Community Pub Limited is a registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 (no. 31957R). Registered office: 40 Stuart Road, SE15 3BE. Vat reg no. 156 0350 33