Celebrate the Season of the Witch at Queen of Hoxton.

Looking for something unique and exciting to do in London as autumn gets a grip on the capital? I might have just the thing for you - especially if you enjoy good food and hot and cold cocktails.

From October 24th, Queen of Hoxton’s Shoreditch rooftop will be going green. Climb the yellow brick road up to the cosy rooftop WigWam where you’ll find a bewitching green den. 


Queen of Hoxton Wizard of Oz themed events

Feast on hearty Kansas style food before continuing along the golden path to the Emerald Garden. Here you’ll find fire pits to toast marshmallows around, and walls glistening with Emerald jewels, as well as a hidden bar serving up hot and cold green cocktail delights. 

There will be a series of immersive events to entertain, inspire and excite you through the long winter nights as the season of the witch is celebrated in style at Queen of Hoxton. 

Join the coven and enrol for witch academy classes. Learn Pxssy magic and how to cast spells, gather around blazing firepits with a mulled wine to hear feminist witch storytelling and shop for everything from sage smudging sticks to Yoni wands at the winter witch craft market in the WigWam.  

Queen of Hoxton will also be hosting green eco-events such as a big green clothes swap and pickling workshops to make Christmas gifts from kitchen scraps. Here's a flavour of just some of the upcoming events:


The Emerald Isle: Storytelling with Giles Abbott
Wednesday 30 October, 7-9pm

Glittering green hills, misty mountains and magical goings on: Ireland has long captured the imagination of poets, storytellers and all who visit its sparkling shores. Huddle around the fire with award-winning storyteller Giles Abbott for a journey to the mystical Emerald Isle, all the while surrounded by the Queen of Hoxton’s very own land of Oz – The Emerald City. 


Winter wigwam storytelling with Giles Abbott
Sunday 03 November, 5-7pm
As the days darken and nights draw in, what better way to spend a chilly Sunday afternoon than eavesdropping on some classic storytelling under the cover of a witch’s wigwam? Grab a drink, put your feet up and join award-winning storyteller Giles Abbott on the rooftop for a story session not to be missed.


Make your own eco-friendly incense with Suhaiyla Shakuwra
Tuesday 19 November, 7-9pm

Ticket Link: https://queen-of-hoxton.eventcube.io/events/21250/make-your-own-eco-friendly-incense-with-suhaiyla-shakuwra
Learn how to create your own incense to attract love and abundance with healer, tarot priestess and jewellery designer Suhaiyla Shakuwra. In this workshop, Suhaiyla will teach you about where to find and forage for seasonal herbs in and around London. You will learn how to cut, bind and dry your own herbs and go home with your very own sustainable, eco-friendly incense sticks!

Wicked Witches? Storytelling with Giles Abbott
Wednesday 20th November, 7-9pm
Forget hubble bubble toil and trouble, warts and broomsticks: these wicked witches are sassy, clever, and not to be messed with. From classic tales such as The Princess & The Swans to menstruating giantesses in Old Norse mythology, huddle around the Wicked Witch of the West’s house in our secret rooftop wigwam and enter the world of magic, cauldrons and witch craft with award-winning storyteller Giles Abbott


Secret Sunsets: The Emerald City Silent Disco
Tuesday 26 November, 7pm; 28 January; 19 February; 24 March
Grab your greenest garments, follow the Yellow Brick Road and stumble into the magical realm of The Emerald City for a Secret Sunrise silent disco special and magical journey through the wonderful world of Oz. Dance under the night sky on top of East London’s coolest rooftop terrace. Be guided through this immersive dance experience and shake off the day. Secret Sunrise is inclusive to all, whether you are a scarecrow, lion or tin man, just come down but be ready to move your body and connect. “If we walk far enough," says Dorothy, "we shall sometime come to someplace.” Participants encouraged to dress up in their greenest clothes, PLUS there will be a (biodegradable) green glitter station on hand to help bring the glimmering shimmering Emerald City to life! 


Witch, Please! Rooftop witchCRAFT Market
Saturday 30 November, 12-6pm

A craft market with a witchy twist! Forage for some magical, seasonal gifts – from healing crystals and home-made incense to yoni wands, pxssy magic and empowerment spells, discover the weird and wonderful world of the modern witch. Live tarot reading and mulled wine will be on hand…

Now to my favourite subject - cocktails! Here's a list of some of the hot and cold cocktails which will warm your cockles whatever the weather.


Wicked Hot Chocolate Hot 
White Hot Chocolate, is heated with chocolate liqueur, Matcha powder then spiked with optional Cognac or Orange Liqueur 

Bad *itch Hot Chocolate Hot 
Dark hot chocolate is heated with chocolate liqueur, activated charcoal then spiked with optional Cognac or Orange Liqueur 

Hot Buttered Rum Hot 
Classic Hot Buttered rum, mulled with cinnamon, peppercorns, butter, then blended with spiced rum and fudge. 

Pumpkin Spiced Mulled Cider Hot 
Cider is mulled with apple juice, pumpkin, winter spices, and served with optional dark rum  

Mulled Berry Wine Hot 
Mulled wine is given the bramble cocktail facelift, made with fresh berries and spiked with optional sloe or strawberry gin. 

Green Lady Cold  
Egg White, Gin, Lemon, Orange Liqueur 

Emerald Bellini Cold  
Vodka, Passionfruit, Orange, Prosecco with a salted caramel and popping candy rim 

And food.... Maybe you fancy a Green Witch Veggie Burger With Black Bun
(Black Charcoal BunGreen Veggie Patty, Vegan Cheese, Vegan Mayo, Emerald Coriander Salsa)  or Kansas Beef Pot Roast (with Collard Greens and Cornbread). Maybe the Munchkin Pumpkin Pot Roast with collard greens and corn bread is more to your taste? 

Now to look out my sparkly red shoes.....

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