Natty Bo And The Top Cats present:
50 Years Of Trojan Records

50 Years Of Trojan Records
Saturday 29th September

“Trojan isn’t just a record label; it’s a way of life” – Rough Trade

Launched in the summer of ’68, a label by the name of Trojan Records launched an ambitious programme singles, ranging from artists such as Robert ‘Dandy’ Thompson and Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry to Edward ‘Bunny’ Lee and Duke Reid.

Aside from their commercial output, the label also highlighted music by artists largely unknown outside Jamaica, many of which would later become major international recording stars – among them Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs and a Kingston-based vocal trio called Bob Marley & the Wailers.

Much has changed since the summer of 1968, yet despite the rise and fall of numerous music trends and the rise of the digital age, Trojan Records has staunchly remained a British institution, consistently maintained a significant and relevant presence in an ever-competitive market.

Celebrating their 50th anniversary will be London based ska, rocksteady and reggae group Natty Bo And The Top Cats.

Line up

  • Natty Bo And The Top Cats

Doors

19:00-23:00

Price

Standing: £12 | Restaurant: £20
50 Years Of Trojan Records

Natty Bo And The Top Cats present:
50 Years Of Trojan Records

Saturday 29th September

Line up

  • Natty Bo And The Top Cats

Price

Standing: £12
Restaurant: £20

Doors

19:00-23:00
Standing Tickets Restaurant Tickets

All restaurant tickets include the price of your ticket + a £20.00 deposit per person. - this deposit is re-deemed against your bill on the evening

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“Trojan isn’t just a record label; it’s a way of life” – Rough Trade

Launched in the summer of ’68, a label by the name of Trojan Records launched an ambitious programme singles, ranging from artists such as Robert ‘Dandy’ Thompson and Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry to Edward ‘Bunny’ Lee and Duke Reid.

Aside from their commercial output, the label also highlighted music by artists largely unknown outside Jamaica, many of which would later become major international recording stars – among them Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs and a Kingston-based vocal trio called Bob Marley & the Wailers.

Much has changed since the summer of 1968, yet despite the rise and fall of numerous music trends and the rise of the digital age, Trojan Records has staunchly remained a British institution, consistently maintained a significant and relevant presence in an ever-competitive market.

Celebrating their 50th anniversary will be London based ska, rocksteady and reggae group Natty Bo And The Top Cats.


Restaurant Tickets

Book tickets for our restaurant here.

Book Restaurant Tickets

How To Book

Join us for great food and a perfect view of the live show from the mezzanine.

1) Click ‘select your seats’.

2) Click ‘types’ and select the amount of guests, e.g ‘Table of 2’.

3) The floor plan will show available tables in blue, select the seats on the table you would like to purchase.

4) Click ‘buy tickets’ at the bottom of the page.

5) Check you’re happy with your tickets and complete the order!