Sailor Jerry has opened its first UK venue – Hotel Street – located in Soho. It will bring together music, films and original art from Norman Collins, to provide unique nights out. There will be a gallery, store and coffee shop by day, and a gig venue and bar in the evenings.
Norman ‘Sailor Jerry’ Collins artwork will also be displayed, with his restored American tattoo flash art being flown from the US to be showcased. 75 original pieces will be on display, alongside Sailor Jerry clothing to be bought.
The venue will – already has – played host to sell out gigs, with many more to come. Dee Dee from the Dum Dum Girls, Paws and Wet Paint will all be playing gigs, with most gigs being priced at £3, or even free.
Alongside the gigs, there will also be a fortnightly film club, with only 30 seats available for each, with popcorn included. There will be two screenings, with one being priced at £3, and two priced at £5. Key movies being played include Monterey Pop and Rebel Without a Cause.
Sailor Jerry is located at Hotel Street: 121-125 Charing Cross Road and the venue will close its doors on 30th June.
For more information, with the gig and film line ups, visit www.sailorjerry.com/uk