From it’s birth in 1975 Greensleeves Records has always had it’s home in West London. It seems only fitting that all money raised at the next official Greensleeves Record club night goes to the Grenfell Tower Fire Relief fund
Bristol-based George Greaves studied illustration and visual communication at Westminster University and, after a stint working outside of the creative industry, has focused on producing creative projects for the past year and a half. George creates work that’s inspired by architecture and the built environments, drawing on influences that include Georgio De Chico, David Hockney, […]
The monthly night from Ulrich Schnauss and Nathaniel Cramp (Sonic Cathedral)launched as a spin-off from their online radio show Sonic Realities, playing atmospheric sounds from Aphex to Eno, Terry Riley to Vini Reilly
An election can only mean one thing… the return of the triumphant Election Section at The Social. When the Conservatives won an unexpected majority? We were there. When Trump won an unexpected Presidency? We were there. Whatever happens on June the 8th – we’ll be there watching it unfurl, live. Things not going your way? […]
On the 23rd May 1977 The Fall played their first ever public show, at the North West Arts Basement. Exactly 40 years later, in the basement of The Social, we pay tribute to one of the greatest and most influential groups in modern music.
Heavenly Jukebox and friends on Easter Thursday on both floors of The Social Little Portland St
Faber Social Presents PALFEST SOCIAL Featuring readings form Viv Albertine | Hisham Matar | Eimear McBride | Edna O’Brien | Andrew O’Hagan Plus Special Guest DJ | Heavenly Jukebox TICKETS ***All profits will be donated to Palfest***