Every Saturday

The Doctor’s Orders & TT Liquor present OG Lounge Classic Hip-Hop & Classic Cocktails   8pm-Midnight Every Saturday TT Liquor, 17 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AA   FREE ALL NIGHT   Booking Recommended – reservations@ttliquor.co.uk     OG Lounge is the new, weekly lounge Hip-Hop soirée from London’s No.1 Hip-Hop party providers The Doctor’s Orders. This is something special for the OG – older generation. A civilised party in one of London’s finest, intimate cocktail bars designed for you and yours.  If you remember dookie gold chains, Cross Colours & Travel Fox the first time around this is the party for you! With unannounced sets from London’s best as DJs you can expect to hear classic Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul and beyond. With a capacity of a little over 80 people, a special OG house cocktail, table reservations and service available this is sure to become the hottest weekly party in...

Fri 29th March

Hip-Hop vs RnB – Westside   9pm-1.30am Friday 29th March   Paradise by way of Kensal Green, 19 Kilburn Lane, London. W10 4AE   DJs: Sarah Harrison CWD DJ EC   £6 Advance | £25 Group Ticket | £10 Door For Group, Birthday & table bookings please contact yo@thedoctorsorders.com                        London’s No.1 Hip-Hop and RnB party is taking over West London! After a huge party on the May Bank Holiday we have been invited back to take up a monthly residency on the last Friday of every month. The hugely popular Hip-Hop vs RnB takes over both floors of Paradise by way of Kensal Green with London’s best DJ spinning all the hottest brand new bangers as well as your throwback favourites from this dream team of DJs. With one floor dedicated to RnB while upstairs we shock out to Hip-Hop all night there is going to be something for everyone. Grab your cheap advance tickets for this incredible party now to make sure you don’t get left...

Sat 30th March

45 x 45s   10pm-2am Saturday 30th March Last Saturday of every month   Old Street Records, 350 Old Street, London EC2 Free Before 10pm || £5 after To prove that great things come in small packages The Doctor’s Orders return with their 45’s special now as a monthly party across both floors of the brilliant Old Street Records. Those little 7” platters that had our mums and dads dancing round the jukebox are experiencing a serious revival among the DJ community. Just check the #45Friday trending on instagram. Never ones to be swayed by trends our DJs have long been collecting these fun sized vinyl bombs and will be spinning all manner of Hip-Hop, Funk, Dancehall, Soul, Disco and a sneaky bit of Pop that is sure to keep you rocking in your socks all night. Residents will be keeping things bumping with a selection of 45 of their incredible collections of 45s. Joined by the best DJs in the game dusting off their collections of floor fillers for what is gonna be an incredible monthly party....

Fri 5th April

Hip-Hop vs RnB – East   9.30pm – 3.30am Friday 5th April Trapeze, 89 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3HX    £5 earlybird || £6 advance || £25 group ticket for 5 || £10 on door For Group, Birthday & table bookings please contact yo@thedoctorsorders.com   NO ID = NO ENTRY       Tickets Also Available:                London’s hypest party in the heart of Shoreditch, The Doctor’s Orders’ Hip-Hop vs R&B is now the most popular night out in London.  With a monthly at Hoxton Pony now packed to capacity every month The Doctor’s Orders are now throwing another regular East London special in the brilliant Trapeze basement.  Our incredible line up of residents will tear through the greatest Hip-Hop and RnB anthems both old and new for our discerning crowd who come to bump and grind their way through to the small...

Sat 6th April

Q-Tip’s B-Day Special   9pm, Saturday 6th April 2019 The Book Club, 100-106 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4RH   £5 on the Door   DJs: Spin Doctor (2 Hour Tribe/Q-Tip Set) Doc Brown Russ Ryan     As founding member of A Tribe Called Quest, considered by many the greatest Hip-Hop group of time and as a producer for the likes of Nas, Janet Jackson, Busta Rhymes, Solange & Jay-Z the influence of Queens native Q-Tip cannot be underestimated so it is only right we clebrate his birthday in style. The Doctor’s Orders own Spin Doctor will be spinning 2 hours of classic Tribe, and Q-Tip work to get the place bumping from wall to wall. He is as ever supported by special guest the actor, comedian, rapper and DJ – Doc Brown alongside the incomparable Russ...

Fri 12th April

Real Love A Night of RnB & 80’s Soul 9.30pm-3.30am Friday 12th April Trapeze Basement Club, 89 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch   £5 Earlybird || £7 Advance || £30 Group Ticket (Admits 5)|| £10 Door For Group, Birthday & table bookings please contact yo@thedoctorsorders.com   Tickets guarantee entry until 11pm NO ID = NO ENTRY   Residents on rotation: Ronnie Herel DJ Swerve DJ Bobafatt Russ Ryan Janeen Beanz     Tickets Also Available:                After 13 years of throwing London’s best Hip-Hop parties The Doctor’s Orders are throwing their first regular party dedicated to the best RnB from across the ages with a dash of 80s soul to sweeten up the mix. As ever, they’ve gone out and hand picked the very best DJs in the game to make sure that the place is popping off with everything from Beyonce and Mary J Blige to Jodeci and Shalamar. As famed for his sets at huge events like Southport Weekender as he is for his years of radio experience for BBC 1xtra and now Mi-Soul Ronnie Herel is the man when it comes to RnB in the UK.   DJ Swerve has been a mainstay on Kiss FM and London’s club scene for a minute now. It is with his smooth RnB mixes that he made his name and so this is a return to form for one of the best loved DJs around. Supporting these headliners we have a trio of London’s hardest working and most exciting DJs. Bobafatt has torn up dance-floors up and down the country and around the world for many years. He is joined by The Doctor’s Orders resident Russ Ryan who’s sets are always drenched in soul no matter where he plays. Bringing a little feminine wiles to...

Sat 13th April

TDO House Party   9pm-1.30am Saturday 13th April 2018   Paradise by way of Kensal Green, 19 Kilburn Lane, London. W10 4AE   £5 advance | £7 before 11pm | £10 after For Group, Birthday & table bookings please contact yo@thedoctorsorders.com                        We all love a house party. The excitement of turning a house into a rave and the endless possibilities that come with that mean we are all a sucker for pushing the sofas back and tearing it up. The Doctor’s Orders are bringing that house party energy across both floors of West London’s best-loved venue Paradise. With an open sound track of the best in new and old RnB, Disco, House, Hip-Hop, Garage and beyond in true house party style. With a different line up every month, this is a new and exciting party from London’s premier party...

Sat 13th April

Hip-Hop vs Dancehall  10pm-4am Saturday 13th April 2nd Saturday of Every Month 13th April || 11th May || 8th June New Venue: Omeara, 6 O’Meara St, London SE1 1TE £5 First Release || £7 advance || £10 on the door || £25 Group Tickets Residents: Shortee Blitz (Kiss FM) Robbo Ranx DJ Cable (1xtra) Ras Kwame (Capital Xtra) Mo Fingaz (Soho Radio) Charlie Dark DJ Raskal MC Prankster  & Special Guests   Since 2014 Hip-Hop vs Dancehall has been packed to capacity month on month becoming London’s most exciting party. With a brand new home at one of the best venues in the city and an even further improved line up of residents this is the new chapter for this incredible party. With two rooms of only the best bashment and rap things are sure to grow from strength to strength. With the main room dedicated to the latest up front heat and a second room focussed on the classic sounds of 90’s Hip-Hop and Dancehall there is going to be something for all ears, feet and asses.  With a renewed line up of residents now including the likes of Dancehall heavyweights Robbo Ranx and Ras Kwame and 1xtra’s DJ Cable and alongside existing residents Shortee Blitz, Charlie Dark, Mo Fingaz and DJ Raskal. Get ready ‘cos this always goes...

Fri 19th April

The Doctor’s Orders presents The Queens of Hip-Hop Easter Bank Holiday Special   9pm-2am, Good Friday 19th April 2019 @ Concrete (Below Pizza East), 56 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JJ     £5 Advance || £20 Group Ticket (Admits 5) || £7 before 10.30pm || £10 after     DJs: Sarah Harrison (Rinse FM) Mercedez Benson The SheJay Emma Gower         Anything guys can do girls can do better as we prove with the latest instalment of ‘The Queens of Hip-Hop’. We present a dream team of not just female talent, but raw talent full stop.   The phenomenal Sarah Harrison is defiantely one of the most exciting DJs in the country right now and one who’s star is on the rise. From rocking clubs and festivals to her Rinse show she knows how to move a crowd.   Mercedez Benson ia one of the most influntial ladies on the scene right now. Her power moves for the likes of Complex are matched by her vibes on the decks. The SheJay has been rocking clubs throughout the country for a minute now and will be sure to turn The Book Club out. Emma Gower is one of The Doctor’s Orders family and will be warming things up with her dope selections of classic Hip-Hop and...

Sun 21st April

Hip-Hop vs RnB vs Dancehall 9pm-3am Bank Holiday Sunday 21st April  Trapeze, Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3HX   Robbo Ranx Ronnie Herel  CJ Beatz Mo Fingaz Teddy Lewis  & more   First Release £5 || Second Release £7 || Final Release £10 || Door £15 For Birthdays, Groups and tables get in touch – yo@thedoctorsorders.com   For this bank holiday spectacular The Doctor’s Orders are taking over both floors of this much loved venue with the ultimate clash of genres. An all star line up will take over two floors to combine two of London’s best loved parties. The basement dedicated to Hip-Hop vs RnB while upstairs is all about Hip-Hop vs Dancehall. With legends like Robbo Ranx and Ronnie Herel alongside the most exciting DJ talent in London like CJ Beats, Mo Fingaz and Teddy Lewis there is going to be no room to hide from the need to dance tonight. Grab your crew, grab your tickets and get on the floor. www.thedoctorsorders.com...

Wed 8th May

Apollo Brown & Rapper Big Pooh   7pm Wednesday 8th May 2019 Cargo, Rivington Street, London EC2A 3AY NO ID = NO ENTRY                      Fish & Chips, Rum & Coke, Ant & Dec. There are certain things that just fit together. Apollo Brown and Rapper Big Pooh are just that.   Detroit producer Apollo Brown has made a name for himself as one of Hip-Hop’s most legendary new producers while maintaining a golden era sound. His production credits are a who’s who of Hip-hop greats from Danny Brown to Ghostface Killah, Ras Kass to Westside Gunn. Even Chance the Rapper used a pair of Apollo beats on his debut mixtapes. Known for bringing the best out of musicians, Apollo has a knack for making timeless classics. Rapper Big Pooh made his name as one third of the incredible Little Brother alongside Phonte and 9th Wonder, so he knows a little something about great producers. While Pooh sketches in vivid detail, Apollo Brown supplies the canvas. The Detroit-via-Grand Rapids alchemist chops classic soul samples and scratches hooks into bangers—head nodding and hard, but still beautiful. The holy trinity of DJ Premier, Pete Rock and J. Dilla supply divine inspiration. As Pooh spits on “Candlelight:” “this is what they call boom-bap/when they try to find what’s in that backpack.”  What’s in that backpack is as intangible as the light in the briefcase in Pulp Fiction. It’s a main vein of discontent and mother lode of inspiration. Over a gorgeous antique loop on “Augmentation,” Pooh sketches the duality of the greed-choked world we inhabit, and the sacred feelings he’s bringing back. On “Stop,” he harrowingly chronicles a racist police stop and in the process eulogizes Oscar Grant, Mike Brown, and those exterminated by brutal law enforcement goons. “Promise Land” paints a haunting picture of...

Sun 9th June

Jeru the Damaja The Sun Rises In The East 25th Anniversary Featuring Gang Starr Foundation & Group Home   7pm-11pm Sunday 9th June 2019 The Garage, 20-22 Highbury Corner London N5 1RD   Tickets on sale 10am Thursday 21st March: www.ticketweb.uk/event/jeru-the-damaja-the-garage-tickets/9306135   1994 the tag team of kung-fu crazed rapper and the most influential Hip-Hop producer of all time came together to produced one of the best loved and most inspired alums of Hip-Hop’s 90’s golden age. The rapper was Brooklyn’s own Jeru The Damaja, the producer the incomparable king of boom-bap DJ Premier and the album was ‘The Sun Rises In The East’. Having come to fans attention through his feature of ‘I’m The Man’ on Gang Starr’s 1992 “Dailey Operation’ anticipation for this debut album was high and didn’t disappoint. With solid underground classics like ‘Come Clean’ and ‘Can’t Stop The Prophet’ tearing up the radio and the clubs this album was set for greatness. Join Jeru alongside other DJ Premier affiliates Gang Starr Foundation and Group Home performing the classic ‘Livin Proof’ to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of this classic album live in London....