BANDS. BEER. QUIZZES.
One of London’s finest small venues brought to you by the team behind the Old Blue Last since 2017. Always being known as a live music venue serving a wide selection of craft beers & killer food, we wanted to keep true to it’s roots & continue to operate in this exact manner today. Hidden away, just off of Hackney Road, the Sebright Arms is very much your locals boozer known for hosting early shows for buzz bands such as Courtney Barnett, Charli XCX, Catfish and the Bottlemen, H09909, Hinds, Sunflower bean and more.
31-35 Coate St.
London, E2 9AG
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Phone: 020 7729 0937
Sebright Arms opening hours
Mon - Closed
Tues - 5pm - 11pm
Wed - 5pm - 11pm
Thurs - 5pm - 12am
Fri - 5pm - 2am
Sat - 12:30pm - 2am
Sun - 12:30pm - 11pm
Our main ground-floor bar has two side exits - fully wheelchair accessible.
Our downstairs music venue is accessible via stairs, so unfortunately is not wheelchair accessible.
We have gender-neutral toilets, plus two sets of toilets in the main bar.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at any time either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 020 7729 0937.
As per the Government guidelines, from 19th July restrictions such as social-distancing and mask wearing will cease to be mandatory. As a music venue, the prospect of non-socially-distanced gigs feels like a distant dream and we are incredibly excited for these to become reality once again next week. As a pub, we have sorely missed the vibrant busy atmosphere that we thrive on.
However, we are of course still concerned about the safety of our customers and staff. Whilst a negative test, vaccination, face covering and distancing will not be required or enforced by us, we encourage our customers to act respectfully and consider the safety of both themselves and others when at the venue.
Please do not enter the venue if you suspect you might have Covid-19 or if you are showing symptoms, continue to use the NHS track & trace app, wear a face covering around the venue if you are still comfortable to do so and wash / sanitise your hands regularly (there will be hand sanitiser stations located around the venue).