Blue Posts


Music and nightlife

Leicester Square

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Blue Posts 28 Rupert Street
    W1D 6DJ

  • Venue phone:

    020 7437 1415

  • Opening hours:

    Open 11am-11.30pm Mon-Thur; 11am-midnight Fri, Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-8pm Mon-Sat; 1-5pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Leicester Square or Piccadilly Circus tube

  • Map

    1. Blue Posts
      • 28 Rupert Street
        W1D 6DJ
      • 020 7437 1415
      • 51.511091,-0.132613

What's on at Blue Posts





Monthly stand-up in Soho from some ace circuit favourites, plus up-and-comers. July 14's is headlined by TV regular Sara Pascoe with support from Rosie Wilby, James Ross, Simon Caine, Lee Arnott, Alex Love and MC Luke Thompson. Email

  1. Mon Jul 14
  2. Blue Posts
  3. £5, £3 adv
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One of the best places to be in London, specially on Sunday nights! Lovely people, extraordinary artists, wonderful environment and great location. It's a place where you just feel alive, and there's nothing better than that! The Blue Posts is definitely a very genuine place!


The Sunday session with Fallen Heroes and Bee Ororo, plus many guests (like the hilarious Jonny Blamey), is a regular fixture in the lives of many Blue posts regulars - it can be hard to get in, but if you do, the rough-and-ready quality of the patrons and music alike will warm the heart. Fallen Heroes are great musicians and jazz connoisseurs - their renditions of many classics bring the pub out in song and help to while away the time in glee before the lugubrious shadow of Monday falls ! Occasional celebs drop in without fuss, as unfussy are the clientele and the atmosphere. The Blue Posts is living proof that London can still provide genuine, musically talented and non-corporate fun - praise be to Michael and Are who run the pub exactly as it is, and resist any pressures to change.