Burning Bush
  • London Fringe

BURNING BUSH A Night celebrating all the Alternatives queens we adore!

We ignite our love of alt music from legends like Kate Bush, Hot Chip,Bjork, Goldfrapp,Beth Ditto, FKA Twigs Roisin Murphy,Hercules & The Love Affair, HAIM, Lady Gaga, Grimes, Ashniko, Good Charlotte, Florence & The Machine, Shygirl, MARINA, Lily Allen, Madonna, Skunk Anansie, Amy Winehouse, ANONHI, Miley Cyrus, Queens of the Stoneage, Artic Monkeys, Courtney Love, Jessie Ware, Chloe X Halle, The Slits, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Blondie, A night of music we want to dance to but never hear out, unleash your inner alt! If someone been left out there is a REQUEST IT BITCH BOX!

Let go wild dancing, Get ready for a drag mosh pit!

SHOWS ALL NIGHT LONG!! From an all star cast of queens ,





Doors 9.30PM

Shows from 10.30PM

Close 2AM

Long live the BUSH!

A Note from the Venue

Full Capacity COVID-19 Guidelines

We cant wait to see you back at Colours Hoxton and want your visit with us to be as safe as possible when we return to full capacity.

These have been extraordinary times and so as we reopen to full capacity, we will be continuing some measures to keep you safe and to protect our staff, artists, and DJs from the risk of Covid.

We have listed some precautionary pointers below in the ways in which we can all work together to operate safe events and bars, whilst retaining the same fantastic experiences. Please take note where possible.

Please stay at home if you have Covid symptoms or believe you may have been exposed to infection. If you have already purchased a ticket or made a booking, then please contact us and we can discuss different options with you.

Before your visit we ask you to please take a lateral flow test to check you do not have Covid, however providing a negative result will not be a condition of entry. We also strongly advise you do your part and get your vaccination, however proof of this will not be asked for.

Whilst masks will not be mandatory during your time at Colours Hoxton, these do offer an additional layer of protection and we will support your choice to continue wearing one. Our staff may choose to remain wearing masks; if so, please respect their choice to do so.

We will be deep cleaning the building regularly and there will be additional sanitising units around the building. We ask you to please play your part in keeping the building clean from contact risk by regularly washing your hands and using the sanitiser provided.

Finally, please enjoy yourselves (safely). This has been a tough year on all of us and we deserve to feel some good vibrations. Thanks for reading and we look forward to seeing you.

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