Shoreditch, London
Nights stay younger longer in Shoreditch lately. We got tired of stepping out for a spot of food just as restaurant staff were stripping back the cutlery, so Hoi Polloi's been celebrating us night creatures with raucous Midnight Suppers.
Thursday nights are set aside for our oft-unruly special guest Maitre D’s, with Fridays devoted to Hoi Polloi’s musical director — their radiant, Vangelian angel Xavior — who posts up at the piano each week with a new weapon in his arsenal of synthesizers. This round he’ll be exploring the outer cosmos with his Arturia Laboratory. If you can’t make it on Friday, don’t fret: Hoi Polloi will be happy to entertain you late, seven days a week.

Shoreditch, London

Nights stay younger longer in Shoreditch lately. We got tired of stepping out for a spot of food just as restaurant staff were stripping back the cutlery, so Hoi Polloi's been celebrating us night creatures with raucous Midnight Suppers.

Thursday nights are set aside for our oft-unruly special guest Maitre D’s, with Fridays devoted to Hoi Polloi’s musical director — their radiant, Vangelian angel Xavior — who posts up at the piano each week with a new weapon in his arsenal of synthesizers. This round he’ll be exploring the outer cosmos with his Arturia Laboratory. If you can’t make it on Friday, don’t fret: Hoi Polloi will be happy to entertain you late, seven days a week.


Friend and fashion luminary Louise Gray took on the task of trimming Hoi Polloi’s Christmas tree this year, and she’s once again outdone herself. What appears from a distance to be a neon-lit take on the traditional tree reveals itself on closer inspection to be densely arranged with decorative detritus from the pound-shop. Cheese graters, footballs, paper money, rubber gloves, fun fur handcuffs, a tutu, take-away cups and wire wool all sparkle with glitter and Sharpie graffiti. 
Gray’s garish delight will be on display at Hoi Polloi through New Year’s, lighting the dinner and day after for all the revelers taking in Ace’s festive Time Travel package. 

Friend and fashion luminary Louise Gray took on the task of trimming Hoi Polloi’s Christmas tree this year, and she’s once again outdone herself. What appears from a distance to be a neon-lit take on the traditional tree reveals itself on closer inspection to be densely arranged with decorative detritus from the pound-shop. Cheese graters, footballs, paper money, rubber gloves, fun fur handcuffs, a tutu, take-away cups and wire wool all sparkle with glitter and Sharpie graffiti. 

Gray’s garish delight will be on display at Hoi Polloi through New Year’s, lighting the dinner and day after for all the revelers taking in Ace’s festive Time Travel package


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