Friday Night is Music + Bar Night!
Lemon E is taking over The Mowbray from 19.00 on Friday 21st of February for a night of divine French Disco and boozy treats...
This is the first in a series of spontaneous free entry music + bar events at The Mowbray - mostly happening on totally random Friday nights throughout the year.
The bar opens at 17.00 - perfect for after work drinks!
The Happiest of Hours
There will be two rounds of Happy Hours as 1 is just never enough!
17.00-19.00 and again at 21.00-22.00.
2 for £12 on our Mowbray Classic Cocktails
2 for 1 on Spritz Cocktails
£4 for a pint of draft Heathen from Abbeydale Brewery
Plus! £6.50 on single House Spirits and Mixers
THE SWEETHEART £8.50
The ultimate sweetie. This pink delight uses O’Hara’s Sheffield spiced rum with strong notes of vanilla and Mowbray-made boozy cherry syrup, lemon & fresh egg white (not included in our Happy Hours)
Reserve a Table & Get Snacks!
Coming in a group? Let us know and we’ll make sure you have a table reserved.
We're also treating you to free table snacks for pre-booked groups of 6 or more!
Drop a line to email@example.com to book.
Lemon E is a Sheffield-based DJ, one half of creative, collaborative project Airworks. Join us for a trip through Paris’ bustling nightlife scene...Once you have a couple of French 75’s in your hand tu vas vivre la belle vie…
Lemon E gives us her petite preview of her night at The Mowbray.
What are your favourite tracks?
Ella, elle l'a - France Gall
We Magnify His Name - Floorplan
I'm In Love - Evelyn "Champagne" King
'75 aka Stay With You - Lemon Jelly
What vibe do you create?
I love creating a vibe that makes people dance more than anything, and gets people dancing and grooving to disco, house and electronica and more regardless of what music they're into outside of the party.
What Have You Got in Store For Us?
I love playing fun, euphoric music that makes people dance, the styles I usually play are classic disco, french disco, italo disco, funky house, classic/chicago house, electronica and jazzy/deep house, and then anything that just feels right for the night.
Where Do You Get Your Inspiration From?
I really love the history of club culture and electronic music, my DJ inspirations are those in the past that have created entire music subcultures, my favourite nights to play are ones where I can play tracks that bring people together and make them feel part of something.
I play tracks by so many different artists from all over the world and from different decades so it's hard to say just a few but the ones that feature in my sets most often are: Coeo, Daphni, Floorplan, Folamour, Kano (the italo disco one not the grime artist although i do like him too) and Dan Shake.