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Prince of Peckham set to celebrate first birthday with a week of parties this May

Prince of Peckham, the SE15 pub that's shaking up Peckham nightlife, turns one this May. The new local is hosting a weeklong birthday celebration featuring Peckham's ultimate karaoke night, a high stakes hot wing competition from White Men Can't Jerk and a soft-play day rave for little ones. Find out more via

To kick off their birthday, Prince of Peckham have the ultimate hot wing showdown: Wing Ting Wile Out (14th May). They're challenging everyone to get through some dangerously hot Moruga Scorpion pepper wings without reaching for water or anything that will cool the burn for 10 minutes after finishing them. The next day Hip Hop v Grime Karaoke (15th May) will see the most important clash of two of the UK's biggest genres coming together for one night only. Not to be missed if you fancy yourself as a karaoke connoisseur.

On Wednesday it's the Lagunitas Tap Takeover (16th May). The renowned US brewery will be flying in to serve exclusive flavours to ring in the milestone. White Men Can't Jerk will be on hand to not only to serve you the best chicken wings in London, but are taking over on the decks with the White Men Can't Jerk Sound System (17th May). Followed by forward thinking creative collective, BORN N BREAD (18th May), who are set to take over your Friday night for back to back tunes and vibes. On Saturday night the wedding everyone is talking about will be shown with a Prince of Peckham twist as The Reggae Royal Wedding (19th May). The screening will be served with favourites including chicken and waffles, a bottomless brunch and a soundtrack of reggae, bashment, dancehall and afrobeats. To end the week of festivities, Prince of Peckham have their Little Prince & Princess of Peckham Day Rave (20th May) featuring a soft play room, disco ball games, bubble machine and a DJs.

Founded by Peckham native Clement Ogbonnaya in partnership with The Arbuthnot Group, Prince of Peckham has fast solidified its much deserved spot on the SE15 scene by fusing rich Caribbean culture with the new and old Peckham.

Prince of Peckham has hosted an exciting line-up of fresh talent since opening last year, including the likes of BBC Radio 1Xtra host Sian Anderson and Rinse FM resident Yasmin. Saturdays in Peckham have never been the same thanks to Girls Can't DJ and their regular spot Culture. With a mixture of classic hospitality with fresh, exciting music programming, Prince of Peckham has quickly become a new hotspot.

Recently adding to their already successful menu, White Men Can't Jerk and Prince Of Peckham introduced their take on the bottomless brunch plus a series of exciting events including Hot Mess Monday and the mother of all pub quizzes, University of Peckham. For more information on Prince of Peckham and their first birthday, visit

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