Sunday Sessions and Kaleidoscope live music September and October

Sunday Sessions featuring Heart and Sol (live music)

Sunday 27th September 14:00 – 20:00 

After a long break we are very excited to welcome some live music back to The Night Owl

Sunday 27th September

Heart & Sol live & unplugged playing:

Paul Weller

Ocean Colour Scene



Crowded House

Many more


2 x live music sets at approximately 3pm + 5pm

Cost is £5 per person

Delicious Indian street food, cocktails, beverages and more will be on sale on the day!

Bookings must be made in groups of 2 or more, for single or other size bookings please email

Please also be aware we are following government advice and would ask that you follow by our house rules with regards to this, please maintain social distancing for anyone not in your bubble and regularly wash your hands. There will still be the lovely friendly Night Owl atmosphere and our amazing bar team will make sure you feel right at home 

Can’t wait to see you all – Long Live The Night Owl!


Kaleidoscope Distanced – Ruth & The Ark / Liamosino

Sunday 11th October 15:00 – 23:00 

It’s been over six months since our last event in March, back in a time when life had a bit more normality to it. We feel after this lengthy unscheduled hiatus, it’s time for us to make a reappearance, with a few changes to ensure everyone’s safety.

Instead of our usual Thursday evening slot, we’re giving Sunday afternoon a try, with the party carrying on into the night. It will still be free entry, but to guarantee entry please book a table of up to six people via the booking link (

Please only book a table if you’re planning on coming to the event, as we’re working with a very limited capacity and want to accommodate as many people as we can. Please follow government guidelines to help us keep everyone safe.

*** LIVE MUSIC ***


We’ve been waiting a long time to bring the amazing Ruth Kokumo and her backing band The Ark to the Kaleidoscope stage. Ruth and The Ark channel the early days of soul with a heavy touch of funky rhythmic blues. Fused with Ruth’s powerful, raw vocals, this makes them the perfect headliners for our first Sunday afternoon event.

Listen to live EP ‘Ruby’ here:


Finding recognition as frontman of Birmingham psych-rockers Brain Food, Liamosino has recently dipped his toes into the solo world to great success with the release of his debut single ‘Samhrai Imithe’. His experimental style brings to life Liam’s diverse range of influences, combining inconceivable upside-down back-to-front guitar playing with effect-laden vocals that create a dream-like soundscape.

Listen to debut single ‘Samhrai Imithe’ here:

*** ART ***




*** DJs ***

Kaleidoscope DJs will be spinning the vinyl grooves throughout the night.

See you in the Kaleidoscope