19th November, 19:00 - 22:00

Tiger Moth

Live in the belly of the beast! The Golden Hinde is going full on knees-up, dance, and shwing for one night only with the patchwork band of various assortments, TIGER MOTH.

Tiger Moth play a wild mix of World Gypsy Folk Punk, ranging from Balkan, Middle Eastern and Hispanic to Swing, often played at a dizzying speed: a lyrical, bass, horn and drum driven blast of brilliant madness.

Come and see the world's first, only, and best proponents of Wiki-Core, as Tiger Moth explore in their words and music the lesser known corners of the World... and Wikipedia.

They return to the Golden Hinde hot on the heels of performing at the sell-out Elderflower Fields Festival and after sold out shows here in 2017, 2018 and 2019.

They will be making sure this is a night to bring out your pirate side, and theirs!

Great music and a sip of Anspach & Hobday craft brew or a bottled beer, the perfect way to end your work week and to kick off the weekend.

"Tiger Moth are the first live band I've heard in a long time and they were the perfect thing for blowing the cobwebs away! Their refreshing zesty sound, unique style and lively performance soon had me and my friends singing and dancing. Can't wait to see them again!" Cian P.

"A fun, really energetic gig - couldn't stop dancing." Divindy G.

"If you like bland, meandering, generic songs with unspecific lyrics then Tiger Moth are NOT for you. Their niche is singing songs clearly based on deep-dive Wikipedia sessions played to get the people bouncing." Liz C.

"I was only visiting London for the week on holiday. The gig at the Golden Hinde has been the highlight for sure." Random Tourist.


Doors and bar open at 19:00, music at 19:30.


Price £7.50 online / £10 on the door