What to do in Hereford after 6pm
At Left Bank Village
Charles’s Bar – Dancing into the Stars. Hosted by DJs Jus’ Jay & Rich playing an eclectic mix of Balearic beats, West Coast melodies and cosmic disco – free entry. Find out more
The Speakeasy – GUT Collective. D&B/electronica hotshots, London/Bristol collective talent GUT (Grand Unified Themes) return to Hereford for the first time in six years.
The collective, born out of London under the motto “if it can be mixed, we’ll mix it”, come from a variety of musical backgrounds including disco, hip-hop, D&B and garage and have hosted a multitude of events from intimate basement venues to the prestigious Lightbox Club.
Hereford’s Sam Herrera will be joined by Bristol based D&B producers Dialekt and Imba, CL:19 and Praxis and Medic MC.
Advance tickets are available from the Left Bank website priced at just £6.50 or on the door at £9.50.
There are some great places to eat and drink. Why not check out:
The Barrels, St Owen Steet – serving the best Wye Valley Brewery beer in the brewery’s original home. Al fresco drinking, great atmosphere and a warm welcome.
Litchfield Vaults, Church Street – The home of good beer, Greek food and great hospitality
The Beefy Boys, Old Market – The Award-winning street food team from Hereford. The city’s premier burger, beer and cocktail joint
Rule of Tum, Burger Shop & The Bookshop, Aubrey Street – putting Hereford on the map as a good food destination. Winners Observer Food Monthly Best Sunday Lunch in 2017, finalists for Best Sunday Lunch and Best Cheap Eats 2018 (you can still vote for them).
Nando’s, Old Market – the legendary Peri-Peri chicken
Caste House Hotel, Castle Street – offering two food experiences – the Castle Restaurant overlooking the gardens and the old Hereford castle’s moat, and the more informal Ballingham Bar & Bistro.
Cafe Miro – the perfect place to meet, relax and unwind. Open until 11pm on Friday and Saturday.