Time Out says
Posted: Mon Feb 17 2014
The George Tavern is thought to be one of the oldest pubs in London, with the current building dating back to the Georgian era. The historical feel has been meticulously preserved, making it a popular venue for photoshoots by the likes of Amy Winehouse, Kate Moss and Nick Cave. Under the ownership of the current landlady, artist Pauline Forster, the George started to host live music in 2004 and played host to several of Factory Floor's early gigs. Current live music highlights include the regular Jupiter Club, hosted by Jem Finer of The Pogues.
What's on at George Tavern
A night of live performances specially created about and for that great British institution, the pub, by emerging theatre-makers.
A lively cabaret featuring music, song, dance, poetry, magic and comedy with performances from compere Noel Coward (Rob Forknall) and magician Marcus Lewis.