Award-Winning Immersive One Night Records Returns

ONE NIGHT RECORDS PRESENTS: SNAKE OIL
EXTENDS RUN BY SIX WEEKS AFTER HIGH DEMANDNow Booking: 23 September – 11 December 2021
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5 STAR, AWARD-WINNING IMMERSIVE LIVE MUSIC VENUE IN LONDON BRIDGE
REVEALS NEW DATES, PARTNERS & GUEST CURATORSCAMPARI GROUP, MÖET AND ORBIT BEER UNITE BEHIND
FIVE NEW ON-SITE THEMED BARS

●      Venue presents six captivating worlds of immersive live music to discover and explore, with live Blues, Jazz, Folk, Soul, Funk, Rock ‘n’ Roll and more in their 30,000 sq.ft home
●      Tickets are now on sale to 11 December 2021, with newly added Wednesday shows from November 3, plus ‘Black Card’ membership announced today
●      First guest curators announced as “The Great Brain Robbery”, led by former Razorlight guitarist Gus Robertson, and Radio 2’s Whispering Bob Harris’ “Under The Apple Tree”
●      Show reveals taster of specially curated drinks and food menu, including Wild Turkey Bourbon cocktails and newcomers Mother Root, Urban Cordial and The Uncommon Wines providing a broad alcohol and dry menu

It’s just two weeks to go until ‘One Night Records presents: Snake Oil’ opens in London Bridge on Thursday, 23 September 2021. Today, One Night Records announces that, following exceptional demand, the “Secret Cinema for live music” will extend its run by six weeks until Saturday, 11 December 2021, while also adding Wednesday performances to its schedule from 3 November 2021.

Tickets for the additional dates are now available via www.onenightrecords.com with 50p of each ticket sale going towards planting UK wildflower meadows, in partnership with GreenTheUK.

One Night Records, which launched to critical acclaim in October 2020 as the world’s first socially distanced immersive live music event, is returning bigger and better than ever, as audiences will now have the chance to explore its vibrant and spellbinding immersive worlds of live music.

Hailed as a “live music time machine”, One Night Records today also unveils the first set of guest curators, who will be bringing their unique touch to the show for a limited time only, including “The Great Brain Robbery” and “Under The Apple Tree”.

“The Great Brain Robbery”, spearheaded by former Razorlight guitarist Gus Robertson, will set One Night Records alight from 7 to 9 October, bringing with them some of the most vivacious and acclaimed rock’n’roll musicians the UK has to offer. From 21 to 23 October, legendary Whispering Bob Harris’ “Under The Apple Tree” will take the helm as curator. “Under The Apple Tree” has garnered more than two million fans across the UK, and will showcase some of the best new and emerging talent in Americana, Alt-country, and Country, all in One Night Record’s truly unique setting.

Entering the hidden tunnels of One Night Records, an unparalleled immersive journey into the heart and soul of live music awaits. Set within a huge maze of tunnelssix captivating worlds play host to an ever-changing live line-up, taking audiences back in time for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, while showcasing some of the UK’s most exciting musicians. Whether it’s the flashbulbs of Rock ‘n’ Roll, the languid luxury of the jazz club, or the dusty shack where a lone bluesman plays, ‘Snake Oil’ is part gig, part festival, part immersive adventure.

Some of the phenomenal artists on the line-up already confirmed include alternative RnB, soul and jazz breakout artist Winnie Ama, who was one of One Night Records’ most talked about acts of last year, and critically acclaimed Errol Linton, who is bringing his band and distinctive rhythm ’n’ blues and reggae vibes to London Bridge. Other highlights include live performer extraordinaire Kevin Davy White, and at long last, Howard Rose, the popular troubadour with his unique and refreshing take on both modern soul and rock ’n’ roll, plus much more to be discovered each night.

Complementing the truly unique immersive experience is a specially designed food and drinks menu, giving a true taster of the iconic eras. In partnership with the Campari Group and Moet, as well as London start-ups Mother Root, sustainable, low-sugar cordial brand Urban Cordial and top-end winery The Uncommon Wines, One Night Records has created a unique bar offering with cocktails and mocktails to suit the music. Guests will be sure to enjoy the bespoke brewed ‘Snake Oil’ Pale Ale from Orbit Brewery, based around the corner in Walworth.

For a limited time only, One Night Records and Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) have teamed up for an exclusive, limited edition ‘Black Card’. With only 100 black cards available, ‘Black Card’ holders will have unlimited access to the show and venue, plus exclusive access to a dedicated One Night Records ‘Black Card Team’, who will organise a pair of tickets for the card holder any time they like (subject to ticket availability), all for just £150. More information can be found on ATG’s website.

One Night Records was a finalist for ‘Set Design’ and ‘Best Idea’ at the Offies 2021 and won the coveted ‘Best Covid-safe Live Music Event 2020’ at the Event Production Awards 2021. The Daily Telegraph said at the launch “I wish they could have left me there all night”, which is now becoming a reality, as, for the first time, audiences can freely explore the experience and stay dancing until late.

ONE NIGHT RECORDS PRESENTS: SNAKE OIL OPENS THURSDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER 2021
TICKETS FOR THE NEWLY ADDED DATES ARE NOW AVAILABLE VIA www.onenightrecords.com

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