Cocktails | Kitchen | Beats
Fostering London’s Jazz and Dance Music scenes, Ninety One Living Room has grown a reputation both locally and internationally for its forward-thinking programming. The venue’s homegrown event, Jazz Lates, has hosted artists at their early stages of their careers, including Ella Ego May, Camilla George, Raquel Martins, Binker Golding, Jasmine Myra and Jas Kayser. The series has also showcased established acts including Dele Sosimi, Tamar Osborne, Ruby Rushton, Alina Bzhezhinska, Soothsayers and Justine Thurgur from the live scene, while club nights with Boiler Room, Notion Magazine, WorldWide FM DJs and Playpiem set a high bar for the London party scene.
Located at the Truman Brewery, East London’s vast and constantly-evolving creative hub at 91 Brick Lane, the venue grew from the idea of providing a Living Room for the Truman Brewery: a high-vibing communal space for creative business tenants and locals to meet and relax during the day, enjoy excellent food and drinks and discover some of the best new music in the capital delivered through a superb sound system by night.
Ninety One Living Room was born from the philosophy that life should be high in quality, ease and style. Shape-shifting daily from freelancer cafe to late-night music venue, we aim to execute every detail seamlessly, marrying high-quality food and mixology with good-looking interiors, an excellent music programme and super-friendly staff.
Committed to the cause of bringing Good Times, our staff are friendly, unpretentious experts in their fields. At Ninety One, customer service is as it would be at home: bespoke in every sense. So, strike up a chat, order something off the menu, or inquire about holding an event with us.