The team behind the Home Alone bar and Ghetto Golf has announced that ‘On Air’ cocktail bar and music venue will open on 15th March.

On Air takes its guests on a tour of a TV and film studio, with stunning 60ft high film sets. Inside there’s an impressive stage for live music, with a secret garden mezzanine bar area offering views over the action. It has the feeling of an outdoor courtyard music festival, open all year round, set in the middle of an old town square.

The Ghetto Golf team – Kip Piper and Danny Bolger are working with new partner Ethan Allen on the unique concept. There will be a range of classic and bespoke cocktails more akin to the ones you’d get in a marble topped cocktail bar than a music venue. Outside there’s a second stage with relaxed acoustic music and some of the best street food in the city. More than just a live music venue or bar, it’s a full theatrical experience, even down to the toilets – with a light up ‘recording’ sign as you close the door!

The Home Alone concept was a pop up for Christmas, but ON AIR will be a permanent fixture at the historic site, which also houses the Peaky Blinders bar, Dockleaf and the Baltic Market. It completes the stunning Upper Parliament Street side of the Cains Brewery Village, which can be accessed directly through a new gate from the street.

To find out more, follow On Air on their social channels,