arrow-leftarrow-largeAsset 3arrow-small-downarrow-leftarrow-rightchevron-leftcircle-arrowcircle-pluscrosseyefacebookfacebook-circleflourish-1flourish-2flourish-3flourish-4flourish-5google-plusinfo-iconinstagraminstagram-circlemenumenu-arrowAsset 1phonephone-receiverrotatesatnavticktripadvisor-circletwittertwitter-circle
0208 318 1127

What's On

  • Events

Lunch Times - Pre Book Only


Afternoon Tea

"Under certain circumstances there are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea" - Henry James

Book now for a catch up with fiends, lunch with the family or just a good old gossip. 

View out menu for more details

Every Tuesday From 19:30-21:00


Quiz Night

Weekly quiz at The Lord Northbrook with Dan quizmaster.
Start at 19:30, entrance for free.
The prize is free round of drinks for the winners!

23 Feb 2019


Broken Bones

Guys from the Broken Bones band will make our night in rock style! 

Pop in for a drink and enjoy live music with us.

03 Mar 2019 21:00


The New Jazz Mags

The NewJazz Mags will again perform at the Lord Northbrook!  

Join us for some hip jazz and underground funk grooves brought to you by the brilliant "New Jazz Mags"

Live music starts at 9pm!

09 Mar 2019 21:00


Fred Schmid

The line up will be Sax, Guitar, Bass and Drums, will play a mixture of jazz standards.

17 Mar 2019 21:00


Simply Retro - Live Music

Simply Retro play the best music from the 50's, 60's & 70's.

24 Mar 2019 21:00


Out the Box

Local pop and rock cover band.

30 Mar 0308 21:00


The Kings Of Oblivion

"The Kings of Oblivion. South London-based, but global in outlook, this six-piece covers assemble has mined the back catalogues of some of the greatest rock and pop artists of the mid-60s through to the mid-70s.

The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, The Doors, The Lovin' Spoonful - in fact much of the Kings' repertoire features material from bands with a 'The' in their name. Nods to the 1970s include tunes by Stealer's Wheel, Cockney Rebel, T Rex and the wonderful David Bowie.

There's plenty more besides, so get your dancing shoes on and enjoy!"