The Hospital Club Film Networking Presents: Welcome to Jamaica Party!

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Hospital Club

24 Endell Street, London WC2H 9HQ · London

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The Oak Room and Bar, 4th Floor, The Hospital Club

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Hi all

It's Jamaican party night at the club!

The sound system concept first became popular in the 1940s, in the ghettos of Kingston. From reggae to dancehall, few countries are so defined by their music as Jamaica.

So put on your dancing shoes, take a sip of rum and get ready to stay up until the small hours as we vibe with ex Stone Roses musician Robbie Jay Maddix band; B.R.O and a host of DJs

Cool down with a special cocktail menu by Wray & Nephew, designed to transport you to balmy summer nights on the island.

Trust us, this is a party you'll be talking about for weeks, months, even years to come!

Please book your tickets via this link. Numbers are limited and strictly first-come-first served :)

Look forward to seeing you there!!

Zee, Rob and Team

B.R.O (Black Rose Orchestra)

Some called him the black rose. When ex Stone Roses musician Robbie Jay Maddix began collaborating with multi-instrumentalist Ste Simpson the resultant sound was nothing short of orchestral.

In 2017 they released the single "Free my mind" exclusively through iTunes and at the same time joined the Floacist on her UK "Let it Flo" tour as members of her a band as well as being the opening act.

Their roots are ever present in the music they play both of them being children of the Windrush generation with a deep connection to the island of Jamaica famous home of musicians Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Bob Marley amongst others.

For this up coming show Robbie and Ste will be joined by several talented friends to play a mix of originals and well known songs any fan of reggae will instantly recognise.

DJs on the Night

PHRH | Website

As well as running his own night Free Dlvry, PHRH (Pharaoh) is no stranger to night life. As tour DJ, he opened for influential artists such as Shakka and Paloma Faith. He is also resident at club nights such as Deviation & Work It. As a producer his remix of Rihanna’s BBHMM (under his TØMB moniker) was picked up by BBC Radio 1's DJ Annie Mac and received critical acclaim.

A unique and sought after photographer, Pharaoh's work has appeared in GQ, Esquire and The Evening Standard. He has worked for prominent musicians (Joey Badass, Jessie J) and brands such as Nike, Footlocker and Gap.

Lavan | Soundcloud

A dedication to shedding light on underground music is why Lavan leaves a lasting impression on his listeners. With a deep commitment to music of the past and present, Lavan’s sets resemble a tangled knot of Soul, Hip-Hop, Deep House and Disco. His record collection is bound together with a focus on the quality and personality of the music he spins.

DJ Kevin James

'Music is life and runs through my family, blessed with musicians and artists' - Kevin James

Kevin James has been DJ’ing since 15, spinning in lots of local clubs most of the desirable night clubs in London (Ministry of Sound, Astoria, Hippodrome, Gas Club, Emporium) and in some of Europes favoured party destinations (Aiya Napa, Malia, Ibiza, Marbella) from 2000 - 2010 mixing the best in House, Jungle, Old Skool Garage, R&B, Hip Hop, 70’s & 80’s classics, Reggae, Dance and Pop