A day of global whisky celebration
World Whisky Day is all about making whisky fun and enjoyable. It’s not about being exclusive or prescriptive. You can drink it however you enjoy it (ice, water, mixer – whatever works for you). We want to be all inclusive and that means any kind of whisky/whiskey from anywhere in the world.
Come and see us on World Whisky Day and celebrate the water of life with us !!
Grab your salt shaker because today is Fish and Chip Day… and we’re herring plenty about it.
The dish is a well-established staple of the British diet, once considered so important that Winston Churchill wouldn’t ration the dish during WWII due to fears of triggering widespread discontent.
And fish and chips were considered so British that the dish was used as a code-name for the D-Day landings.
Here are some facts about Britain’s favourite dish.
1) Fish and chips were first served together as a dish around 1860 – although their origin is contested. In London, the Malin family claims to be first, as do the Lee family in Manchester
2) Fish and chips were served in newspaper until the 1980s
3) British consumers eat some 382 million portions of fish and chips every year. That’s six servings for every man, woman and child
Jim Preen Soul Set 8:00 pm
Stage Door favourite Jim Preen returns with his super tight group to play some classic blues, soul and rock numbers from the 60's and 70's. https://www.facebook.com/JimPreenMusic/
The Chambers 9:00 pm
Back for another dose of gorgeous sixties harmonies are five piece band The Chambers. https://www.facebook.com/thechambersfolk
We'll be back at our favourite SE1 venue, The Stage Door, on Friday 26th May!
Rock and indie covers from 8.30-11pm. Bar till late, free admission.
The Stage Door serve great food and drink and it's a friendly place - come and party with us!
The Stage Door
30 Webber Street
London SE1 8QA