Brockman’s, the properly improper gin, launches “the properly improper society”

Taking place in Soho this May, award-winning premium gin Brockmans latest activation is sure to inspire gin lovers and creatives alike. The three-day event taking place from Thursday 19th to Saturday 21st of May will be celebrating everything individuality and honouring the craft of cocktails.

Guests will be treated to a host of performances, cocktail masterclasses and musical experiences, running across four different rooms within the Bateman Street venue. In line with the Brockmans brand identity of mixing daring tastes with noble traditions, Brockmans will be transforming the space into a properly improper world with each of the four spaces dedicated to different offerings.

Throughout the three day celebration, performances will include:

Thursday 19th May

Gecko – a London-based artist, whose playful lyrics cover all the big things in life like iPhones, Libraries & Guanabana fruit juice. Gecko has previously appeared at Glastonbury, Bestival and BBC Radio 1 to name a few.

Harry Baker – the youngest ever person to win the Poetry World Slam championship will be performing his incredible mixes of poetry, comedy and mathematics.

Friday 20th May

Ben Lewis – supported by some of the biggest names in the business, he has been a DJ for 15 years and has played all over the world from New York to Ibiza.

Jon Udry – is an incredible performer who will be combining juggling and comedy to create a unique performance that has earnt him spots at prestigious events and festivals such as Glastonbury.

Saturday 21st May

Velvet Thunder – a UK DJ who plays an eclectic mix of world music tracks mixed with funk, soul and disco.
Spoken Word Artists

Billie – a jazz and soul artist who will be performing an eclectic mix with her band who have been
creating musical synergy together for many years.

For the full list of performances visit:

Dates: Thursday 19th to Saturday 21st of May | Opening Times: Thursday – Friday 5-10 pm and Saturday 12-10 pm 15
Address: 15 Bateman St, Soho, London, W1D 3AQ

Written by Jordan Crowley

Photography courtesy of Brockmans