White Rabbit Cocktail Club is a unique meeting place in Stoke Newington.
Taking inspiration from Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland' books it showcases a cocktail bar on the ground floor and ‘The Rabbit Hole', a basement bar, hosting music nights, private parties and theatre.
Both floors boast professional sound systems, intimate alcoves and their own bars with access to the garden; a sizeable outdoor space with deck and cobbled, Victorian inspired walkway, street lamps and seating areas, to complete the offering.
White Rabbit serves fabulous classic & speciality cocktails: try our Gingerbread Daiquiri, which has already caused a stir among the locals, or give the mysterious Orange and Cinnamon Caipirinha a taste. We also have a range of draught and bottled beers, wines and spirits, which you can sample in our relaxed, comfortable lounge, open 6 days a week for art events, music nights and more.
Our basement, The Rabbit Hole, hosts regular events such as Abattoir The Party: a dark electro night, Future Fusion: DJs playing afrobeat and funky electro or UFO: a night full of psychedelic tunes and some good old fashioned Rock n Roll. The basement is also available for your own private party.
Second Skin Theatre have become our resident theatre company and have recently produced a number of critically acclaimed plays including 'Quills' and 'Sappho'.
Tables and areas can be reserved in the cocktail lounge, free of charge throughout the week, and, whatever the celebration, our weekend resident DJs will entertain all night long.
White Rabbit is pleased to announce Second Skin Theatre as our Resident Theatre Company.
Since its inception in 2007, Second Skin Theatre has been an artistic staple in Stoke Newington, having presented spectacular plays in Ryan’s Bar and St. Mary’s Church. Entering its fifth year, the company has found a home for the Church Street Theatre at the White Rabbit Cocktail Club.
Co-owners of the White Rabbit Cocktail Club, David Mofford and William Knowles-Mofford, are adapting their thriving basement bar (The Rabbit Hole) to also house a fully-functioning theatre space managed by Second Skin Theatre Artistic Director Andy McQuade.
Second Skin Theatre will announce imminently a full season of cutting-edge drama at the Church Street Theatre, as well as a reading series on the first Wednesday of every month to showcase new work in the style of early twentieth century radio plays.
For theatre performances, dates and times, please visit our events page.