Tuesdays at 7pm, free

Switching countries or region every month, we select literature and host lounge-style, walk-in film screenings from around the world.
Past countries: France, Italy, Iran, Japan, the Balkans, South Africa.

Jazz Night

First & third Thursdays of the month, £5 OTD

Our notorious jazz nights are hosted by saxophonist Joe Elliott, who has been part of the MB team since September 2020. Joe plays an improvised and varied repertoire with a range of musicians, making every performance unique. 


Book Club

Every fourth Wednesday of the month, £14 (includes attendance, book & free drink)

Morocco Bound's book club and is a friendly and welcoming space. We choose a new book to read every month, and come together on the fourth Wednesday of the month to discuss it. Past book choices.

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Sayaka Murata

Poetry / Spoken Word Nights

Every 2nd Wednesday and 4th Friday of the month, free

Morocco Bound consistently attracts a huge range of talented local performers and poets. For many, it's their first time performing, so we focus on creating a supportive and celebratory space for up-and-coming talent.

Creative Writing Workshop

Every first Wednesday of the month, free

Starter activities, a free-writing session and time to work on your personal projects. Drop-in, free, and a chance to meet fellow creatives and share your work. Hosted by Frankie.

Quiz Night

Every 3rd Friday of the month, £5 per person

Compete to win seriously good prizes (all products from Morocco Bound) in teams of 2-5 at our monthly quiz. Hosted by Morocco Bound fan Adam. Past topics: the London Underground, food and drink, literature, 60s music.

Comedy Night

Every 2nd Friday of the month, £5

Friday night comedy with varying line-ups, showcasing London's up-and-coming young talent. Hosted by MC Tom Barr. What better way to kick off the weekend?

Zine Club

Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, £5 tickets include a drink 

Zine-making session with Brook. Learn to make a reproducible zine using collage, drawing and anything else that inspires. Whether you want to document your political takes or your dating app experiences, your poetry or a step-by-step of your favourite meal, the medium lends itself to pretty much any genre or topic.