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SET DALSTON LANE
27a Dalston Lane
SET Dalston Lane - Bar Opening Hours
6pm - 12.30am Monday to Thursday
6pm - 2.30am Friday
6pm - 2.30am Saturday
6pm - 10.30 Sunday
The project space will be closed during our standard opening hours. Please check below for events listings in the SET Dalston Lane Project Space.
GOOD NIGHT FILM CLUB - MONDAYS - Film screenings from GOOD NIGHT FILM CLUB and more (please check below for details of each up and coming film)
Angus Bayley Solo - Set Dalston
23 MAY 20:00 – 22:00
Deeply influenced by the rock and pop music of his coming of age in the 90s and early 2000s, London pianist Bayley has honed a childhood love for catchy chord riffs through years of study with generation-defining musicians of UK jazz, into a collection of quiet, folksy, song-like piano tunes that revel in delicate pretty harmony and space.He turned heads last autumn with the release of Scrapbook - the eponymous debut album of the chamber/jazz crossover septet he leads - which was lauded as "relentlessly beautiful” (Tom Cawley) and “exuding both the affable glow and the burning ambition of creative freedom” (London Jazz News).
20:00 opening act TBC
21:00 Angus Bayley
Setpiece#10 Early Nite
24 MAY 20:00 - 23:00
'Imagine Eric Dolphy playing Stravinsky-esque circus music and you’ll get some inkling
of the kind of music that Early Nite make’ (Free Range)Early Nite is a trio based in Manchester.
We have an album called Dustbin Smugglin'. It contains a selection of throwaway music
for you to listen too, maybe once, or maybe a few times more. We have sometimes performed
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We are very happy to represent Jazz North as No
Private view: 18 MAY 18.00 - 21.00
18 - 24 MAY 11.00 - 17.00
Artists // Henrietta Armstrong / Behind the X / Lizz Brady / El Vonne Brown & Fraser Muggeridge / Mars Gomes / Kirsty Harris / Amy Pennington / Stuart Robinson / Paul Sakoilsky / Anne-Marie Watson / Keef Winter / Lucy Woodhouse
Whether it be a state of emergency, exploring obsolete/progressive technologies, the physical properties of electricity and light or a descriptive analysis of the way power is contained? 13 artists examine these concepts and their wider implications within society when power is revoked or abused.