The Mitre Hotel, 291 Greenwich High Road London, United Kingdom SE10 8NA
Why should you have to pay £10 minimum for a ticket and then spend £4 per pint throughout the night to enjoy top quality entertainment? Don't try and think of an answer, it was rhetorical. The fact is you shouldn't. This is why the Mitre Hotel in Greenwich has paired up with Foster's to bring a night of top quality comedy with drink prices that make Weatherspoons look like the Ritz.
Concert Venue Near Stand Up Drink Up, sponsored by Foster's
One World Music ClubDistance: 1.0 miTourist Information The Talbot, 2 Tyrwhitt Road London, Greater London SE4 1QG London, SE4 1QG
The One World Club meets every thursday night in The Talbot. It offers an eclectic mix of live music and is a popular venue for audience and performers alike.
Every Thursday @ 8.30pm
If you would like to perform please contact us at
Choc EntertainmentDistance: 1.1 miTourist Information THE CURVE BAR LEWISHAM WAY London, SE4 1UY
Jammin' SocietyDistance: 0.1 miTourist Information Bar Latitude, Pool Room, SUUG, 1-15 King William Walk London, SE10 9
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and DanceDistance: 0.0 miTourist Information King Charles Court, Old Royal Naval College London, SE10 9JF
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is a music and dance conservatoire based in London, England. It was formed in 2005 as a merger of two older institutions – Trinity College of Music and Laban Dance Centre. Today the conservatoire has undergraduate and postgraduate students based at two campuses in Greenwich (Trinity) and Deptford/New Cross (Laban) in London.Trinity College of MusicTrinity College of Music was founded in central London in 1872 by the Reverend Henry George Bonavia Hunt to improve the teaching of church music. The College began as the Church Choral Society, whose diverse activities included choral singing classes and teaching instruction in church music. Gladstone was an early supporter during these years. A year later, in 1873, the college became the College of Church Music, London. In 1876 the college was incorporated as the Trinity College London. Initially, only male students could attend and they had to be members of the Church of England.In 1881, the College moved to Mandeville Place off Wigmore Street in Central London, which remained its home for over a hundred years. The college took over various neighbouring buildings in Mandeville Place. These were finally united in 1922 with the addition of a Grecian portico, and substantial internal reconstruction to create a first floor concert hall and an impressive staircase. However, other parts of the college retained a complicated layout reflecting its history as three separate buildings. The building is now occupied by the School of Economic Science.