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Top Shelf Jazz Band
May
26
9:00 pm21:00

Top Shelf Jazz Band

Led by the illustrious Fred snow, the Top Shelf Band are a stomping swing outfit, entirely reinventing the old style of entertainment with their own inimitable style. Guests can expect all out revelry and expert musicianship such as we’ve come to expect from this fabulous band.

This swinging cocktail lounge quintet consists of a rhythm section and three soloists, pumping out their Filthy Swing for all and sundry. No one is safe.

+ Late set from 11:30 (£5 on the door, £4 for guests staying on).

Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys
May
27
9:00 pm21:00

Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys

Featuring the inspirational vocals, and heavyweight horn and rhythm sections, Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys are straight out of the world of Blues and Soul, Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. 

The band features some of the most experienced and in demand musicians on the scene who have performed with the likes of Paloma Faith, Kylie Minogue and many other top recording artists. Band members have performed at venues including Ronnie Scotts, the Jazz Cafe and the O2. 

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Freya presents The Adrian Cox Trio
May
28
9:00 pm21:00

Freya presents The Adrian Cox Trio

Courtesy of Freya we are delighted to bring you a wonderful evening of swinging jazz from The Adrian Cox Trio.

Freya Birch Spirit upholds the ancient traditions of the far north and embodies Freya’s spirit in every drop of uniquely distilled birch sap. 

The live music is free and we will have a delicious menu of Freya tipples at reduced prices courtesy of the brand.  

Music from 9pm, cocktails all night. 

Jack Stephenson-Oliver
May
29
9:00 pm21:00

Jack Stephenson-Oliver

Jack is a creative and forward thinking musician and pianist. His influences range from the up tempo bluesy swing of Oscar Peterson to the soft and sublime beauty of Bill Evans. Jack's dedication to the tradition of swing and blues comes from a place of deep love and respect for the music. Jack is also the keys player for rising modern jazz act 'Vels Trio', who have recently sold out gigs at London's jazz Cafe and The Church of Sound.

VII Hills presents the Eric Ranzoni Trio
May
30
9:00 pm21:00

VII Hills presents the Eric Ranzoni Trio

Courtesy of VII Hills Italian Dry Gin we are delighted to bring you a wonderful evening of blues with Eric Ranzoni.

Inspired by ancient Romans culinary and cultural traditions, the seven botanicals, which naturally grow on the seven hills that surround the Italian capital, are blended into a delicately balanced libation, that gives life to a versatile liquid full of history, traditions and...Magic.

VII HILLS Italian dry gin is made in Moncalieri (near Torino), by Vergnano family: the masters distiller craft VII HILLS with the same traditional manners as hundreds years ago.

VII HILLS Italian Dry Gin is naturally flavoured with ancient ingredients carefully selected by the Master Distiller from the seven hills.

Italian juniper is blended with rosehip, celery, artichoke, blood orange, pomegranate and roman chamomile and distilled using a vacuum pot still, which maintains the delicate flavours stored within the botanicals, resulting in an intense and more rounded-out Roman taste and aroma.

VII HILLS Italian dry gin is aromatic and floral, with a delicate citrus nose. The taste, reveal sweet notes of pomegranate with hints of roman chamomile and fresh celery.

The live music is free and we will have a delicious menu of VII Hills tipples at reduced prices courtesy of the brand.  

Music from 9pm, cocktails all night. 

Baraka
May
31
9:00 pm21:00

Baraka

Baraka is a London-based jazz band, creating and performing their own material. You'll hear sounds and influences from South African swing, Caribbean shuffle and Brazilian beats, all fused in London's musical melting pot. Their debut album will be released in early 2016. Listen to Baraka on Soundcloud and follow on Facebook.

Lapazoos
Jun
1
9:00 pm21:00

Lapazoos

Comprised of respected artists Graham Hughes, Laurence Corns, Ben Hazelton and Dom Pipkin, The Lapazoos play early New Orleans inspired blues and swing music from the 1920s and 30s.

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band
Jun
2
9:00 pm21:00

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band

This 5-piece band has everything a speakeasy frequenter could want: a horn section with a Baritone Saxophone (one must have resonance), a Shakespeare-referencing, kazoo-playing bandleader, and an array of talented members with unique 1920s gangster epithets. When they’re not ransacking the West Country for fast food, they’re recording phonographic wax cylinders, referencing black and white cinema and generally celebrating the culture of the early 20th century.

+ LATE SET

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band  will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Adrian Cox All Stars
Jun
3
9:00 pm21:00

Adrian Cox All Stars

A wonderful evening of swinging jazz from The Adrian Cox All Stars.

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Dai Price Duo
Jun
4
9:00 pm21:00

Dai Price Duo

Bandleader Dai Price (The Cosimo Matassa Project, Dai & The Ramblers) invites some of London's finest musicians down to The Oriole for a night of New Orleans rhythm n blues, mambo and soul. 

Hendrick's Spirited Supper with live music from Joe Webb
Jun
5
6:30 pm18:30

Hendrick's Spirited Supper with live music from Joe Webb

We are excited to host our next Spirited Supper on Monday 5th June in partnership with Hendrick's Gin.

Our Head Chef Gustavo has been working with Hendrick's to create a three course menu of stunning tasting plates; each perfectly paired with Hendrick's. The menu includes smoked salmon with textures of melon, juniper-marinated venison and a heavenly Eton Mess Semifreddo.

Our bar team have created two Oriole cocktails - one aperitif and one digestif - to perfectly compliment the dishes and throughout the supper there will be paired tastings of Hendrick's.

There are only a very limited number of tickets for this unique dining experience and they tend to book up fast, so we recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment. Tickets are £40pp and include the supper, tastings and two oriole cocktails. The supper will begin at 6:30pm, so we ask guests to please arrive 10/15 minutes before.

There will also be free live jazz after the supper, from 9pm performed by the wonderful Joe Webb.

Joe Webb is a welsh pianist who has been based in London for the past two years. Over this time joe has had the pleasure of working with some of the capitals finest musicians and venues.

Joes biggest influences in jazz piano are the likes of Teddy Wilson, Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson and many others. Joe enjoys showing his interpretations of some of his favourites from these artists.

We'll see you there!

Havana Club presents Los Musicos
Jun
6
9:00 pm21:00

Havana Club presents Los Musicos

Los Musicos are an authentic trio playing a variety of music from Latin America. Expect to enjoy the sensual sounds of Colombiana Cumbia and versions of Buena Vista Social club Cuban classics along with the traditional latin rhythms of Merengue and Cha-cha-cha.

As a result of the generous support of Havana Club, we are also able to offer a special menu of cocktails at reduced prices featuring Havana Club all night. 

Errol Linton Trio
Jun
7
9:00 pm21:00

Errol Linton Trio

We'll have live music from the wonderful Errol Linton Trio. Errol fuses his unique Brixton Blues sings of contemporary urban hassles with his distinctive reggae flavoured songs. Playing his rousing harmonica into the night which he mastered and developed through years of entertaining the masses as a busker on the London underground, this is a night to delight. 

Kai Hoffman Quartet
Jun
8
9:00 pm21:00

Kai Hoffman Quartet

Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Kai is a multiple BBC Jazz Award winner and long-time resident at Ronnie Scott's in Soho.

Come and see one of London's best swing jazz singers perform with her quartet, bringing with her a lot of glamour and not a little sass. 

Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra
Jun
9
9:00 pm21:00

Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra

In his flagship project, Benoit directs an ensemble of internationally acclaimed musicians in a manner reminiscent of Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway and Charles Trenet at the very height of their popularity. His authentic vocal renditions of French chanson, Swing, Jive, Russian folk, Charleston, Latin American dance music have captivated audiences across the UK and all over Europe, Russia and the Far East. Benoit's successful tours in Italy, France, Belgium, Croatia, Russia and Japan are testament to the orchestra's dazzling mix of high-energy multi-instrumental virtuosity and effortless melody, guaranteed to have audiences on their feet and in each others' arms. "

"Effortlessly sweep you away on sonic gossamer wings to the happy, happy place of your choice"
- Vintage Rock Magazine

"A very distinctive French sound with a nostalgic, happy and romantic feel" 
- Royal Albert Hall

+ Late Set

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

The Dai Price Quartet
Jun
10
9:00 pm21:00

The Dai Price Quartet

Bandleader Dai Price (The Cosimo Matassa Project, Dai & The Ramblers) invites some of London's finest musicians down to The Oriole for a night of New Orleans rhythm n blues, mambo and soul. 

Bulleit Bourbon Masterclass with music from The Dixie Ticklers Trio
Jun
11
7:00 pm19:00

Bulleit Bourbon Masterclass with music from The Dixie Ticklers Trio

We are thrilled to be hosting this masterclass in partnership with Bulleit Bourbon as part of the London Evening Standard's Food Month. 

Guests will enjoy a masterclass hosted by Bulleit alongside a selection of mouth-watering pairing canapes and small pates devised by our Head Chef. 

Tickets are £20pp. Places are limited so we recommend booking in advance. 

There will also be live music from The Dixie Ticklers Trio, transforming and revisiting classic New Orleans music. This hard working band is building a fierce live reputation within jazz and the vintage scene.

We'll see you there!

Tim Penn on piano
Jun
12
9:00 pm21:00

Tim Penn on piano

Tim Penn's influences and repertoire range from ragtime and stride and the old blues songs of the 1920s, the New Orleans rhumba rhythms of Professor Longhair, a pinch of 50s/60s soul-jazz and some straight R&B from the likes of Ray Charles and Amos Milburn. Take all this, and then finally season with a sprinkling of his own songs, which reference styles such as Hoagy Carmichael at one moment and southern Swamp Rock or Bob Dylan the next, and the recipe is complete and ready.
 

Perrier Jouet Masterclass with music from TJ Johnson
Jun
13
9:00 pm21:00

Perrier Jouet Masterclass with music from TJ Johnson

We are delighted to host this masterclass in partnership with Perrier Jouet Champagne. 

Guests will learn about the crafting of the brand and be treated to a tasting of expressions of the range, along with specially paired taster canapes from our kitchen. The masterclass runs for 1hr approx from 7pm. Tickets are free but booking is recommended as places fill up fast! Please arrive 15 minutes before the masterclass starts.

We'll have free live music with TJ Johnson from 9pm along with a selection of cocktails from the brand at reduced prices, so please let us know if you would like to stay on.

TJ plays an extraordinary blend of music that transcends the boundaries of jazz, blues, soul, country and gospel and is influenced by the likes of Ray Charles, Dr John, Louis Armstrong, Johnny Cash, BB King, Nina Simone, Alberta Hunter, Jimmy Witherspoon and many more. 

Pinstripe Réduit
Jun
15
9:00 pm21:00

Pinstripe Réduit

Pinstripe Reduit is a high energy and fun swing quartet featuring piano/vocals, sax, bass and drums. The smaller version of the popular Pinstripe Suit band which has a residency at our sister bar Nightjar, performances feature much of the same repertoire of classic swing music including lots of tunes giving the audience the chance to participate with 'shout outs', such as Just A Gigalo, Minnie the Moocher, Hey Pachuco (as featured in The Mask) and Gimme That Wine.

"Bloomsday" celebrating James Joyce with The Boneshaker
Jun
16
9:00 pm21:00

"Bloomsday" celebrating James Joyce with The Boneshaker

 

The Boneshaker celebrate Bloomsday.
An evening for those who dare to sip from the exotic‘stream of consciousness’.
Bloomsday is named after Leopold Bloom, the central character of James Joyce’s famous
novel Ulysses. Published in 1922 amidst much controversy it was banned and even put on
trial for obscenity in the USA. Ulysses reads like a jazz musician’s wild improvisation, a
‘stream of consciousness’. It is celebrated all over the world.
This was the era of prohibition when literature, art, music, theatre, and fashion were breaking
all the rules and there were lots to break! This was the Roaring 20s, the Jazz Age.
Join The Boneshaker for an evening of 20s musical mayhem with a dash of Celtic magic.

 

+ Late Set

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Topshelf Jazz Band
Jun
17
9:00 pm21:00

Topshelf Jazz Band

We always look forward to this 'Filthy Swing' outfit brought to us by the illustrious Fred Snow and his Top Shelf Band. 

Since 2004, The Top Shelf Band has made appearances the length and breadth of the U.K. & Europe, Brazil & Australia. They have replaced Jools Holland in his absence; closed Glastonbury 2011; been hired by Mark Ronson and have already supported Camille O’Sullivan, Paloma Faith, Brian Ferry & Buena Vista Social Club.

+ Late set 

The Topshelf Jazz band will be playing a late set at 11.30pm at £5pp or £4 for guest staying on. 

Hennessy Jazz Jam
Jun
18
9:00 pm21:00

Hennessy Jazz Jam

Led by expert multi-instrumentalist Duncan Hemstock, the Hennessy Jazz Jam brings together some of London's best musicians playing vintage jazz music. The 20s and 30s gave birth to Jazz with large-scale bands accompanying dancing feet well into the early hours of the evening. Big bands travelled across America, Europe and into Asia and were seen as an essential part of a cocktail evening out. 

Thanks to the sponsorship of Hennessy Fine to Cognac, we are able to recreate the thrill and fun of those historic nights, drinking cocktails to excellent music. Sit back and enjoy a n expertly mixed Hennessy cocktail for the special price of £8. 

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Dom Pipkin
Jun
19
9:00 pm21:00

Dom Pipkin

Piano from London, soul from New Orleans. The ever-popular, always wonderful Dom Pipkin plays New Orleans jazz piano; taking inspiration from Professor Longhair, Huey "Piano" Smith, Lee Dorsey and James Booker.

Bombay Sapphire presents Tin Pan Band
Jun
20
9:00 pm21:00

Bombay Sapphire presents Tin Pan Band

Thanks to the kind sponsorship of Bombay Sapphire gin we are delighted to present a night of entertainment from the Tin Pan Band. 

Bombay Sapphire is appreciated the world over. Unlike other gin distilleries that boil their ingredients to release the flavours, Bombay Sapphire artfully combines ten key botanicals through a vapour infusion process that makes it stand a cut above the rest. Housed in Laverstoke Mill in Hampshire, the distillery is well worth a visit for any gin lover or cocktail enthusiast. 

Cocktails made with Bombay Sapphire will be on the menu at reduced prices.

Tin Pan connotes a world from the past – the most dominant and enlightened strains of American music of the early part of the 20th century – jazz, blues and American popular song. The Tin Pan Band from New York play their unique take on Dixieland – effortless, wondrous and festive, feeling much like, as the band describes themselves, Ray Charles and Tom Waits at a Bourbon Street Parade.

Comprised of Jesse Selengut on trumpet, lead vocals and compositions, Clifton Hyde on guitar and hollerin’, Stefan Zeniuk on reeds and boy soprano vocals, and Peter “Baby Hands” Maness on bass and some singin’, Tin Pan evokes everything from Fats Waller and Louis Armstrong to Irving Berlin and Hoagy Carmichael.

Fraser and The Alibis
Jun
21
9:00 pm21:00

Fraser and The Alibis

Channeling the hippest swing, boogaloo and blues music, Fraser and The Alibis bring the heat with gritty organ and big tenor sax. Reminiscent of Chicago's deepest, darkest dive bars, New Orleans whiskey joints and smokey NYC jazz clubs, expect hand clappin', toe tappin', feel good music from this young London group.

Eric Ranzoni Trio
Jun
22
9:00 pm21:00

Eric Ranzoni Trio

British born to Italian parents, Blues piano player and singer Eric Ranzoni is one of the finest around. 

Solo or accompanied by excellent musicians, Eric has played the Blues (and Roots music in general) with artists such as Eric Clapton, Memphis Slim, Dr. John, Freddie King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jools Holland and George Harrison, just to mention a few, as well as sessions with Mud Morganfield (the eldest son of Muddy Waters), Big Joe Louis, Bill Hurley (‘The Inmates’ singer) and guitar ace Otis Grand.

"...his menacing left hand and rolling right, just like Otis Spann."
Blues in Britain

The Man Overboard Quintet
Jun
23
9:00 pm21:00

The Man Overboard Quintet

Leading this stunning band are violinist, Thomas Gould and star of London swing, clarinettist Ewan Bleach. This great partnership is complemented by the unique voice of Louisa Jones, and a hot rhythm section with Jean-Marie Fagon on guitar and Dave O’Brien on the double bass.

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Miss Hoodoo and The Delta Boys
Jun
24
9:00 pm21:00

Miss Hoodoo and The Delta Boys

Featuring the inspirational vocals, and heavyweight horn and rhythm sections, Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys are straight out of the world of Blues and Soul, Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. 

The band features some of the most experienced and in demand musicians on the scene who have performed with the likes of Paloma Faith, Kylie Minogue and many other top recording artists. Band members have performed at venues including Ronnie Scotts, the Jazz Cafe and the O2. 

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Eric Ranzoni on piano
Jun
26
9:00 pm21:00

Eric Ranzoni on piano

Eric Ranzoni will play an exciting selection of classic Blues, Boogie Woogie and bluesy ballads, including songs by Muddy Waters, Ray Charles, BB King, Memphis Slim and many others. The trio has already performed at many top venues including 'The Royal Albert Hall' and 'Boisdale of Canary Wharf.

Boca Nova
Jun
28
9:00 pm21:00

Boca Nova

Continuing our programme of excellent international music, the Boca Nova group dip into the rich musical heritage of Brazil to bring you a selection of bossa novas, sambas and originals.

Felix Barnes – trumpet, Daniel Nash – guitar; Pablo Blanco – percussion; Nico Cabrera – Bass

The Black & Blue Jazz Band
Jun
29
9:00 pm21:00

The Black & Blue Jazz Band

Fronted by unique and versatile singer Alexandra Gray, The Black & Blue Jazz band have joyful, authentic approach to early jazz and a serious approach to the gut wrenching blues. Citing Dinah Washington and Nina Simone as major influences, Alexandra Gray is sassy, sexy, and seriously soulful.  Her band features the crème de la crème of London jazz musicians who have played for Jools Holland and Quincey Jones among others.

Kai Hoffman & Her Kombo
Jun
30
9:00 pm21:00

Kai Hoffman & Her Kombo

Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Kai is a multiple BBC Jazz Award winner and long-time resident at Ronnie Scott's in Soho.

Come and see one of London's best swing jazz singers perform with her band, bringing with her a lot of glamour and not a little sass. 

+ Late set 

Kai and her Kombo will be performing an additional late set at 11.30pm, this will be charged at £5pp or £4 for guests staying on. 

Pinstripe Suit
Jul
1
9:00 pm21:00

Pinstripe Suit

Pinstripe Suit is a high-octane six-piece swing and vocal jazz ensemble run by London-based jazz singer/pianist Robin Phillips. The band includes both female and male vocals and a super tight two-piece brass section.

Featuring original arrangements by Robin, this energetic ensemble specialises in classic swing music from across the 20th century as well as the high-energy swing revival music of the 1990s, as featured in films such as ‘Swingers’ and ‘The Mask’.

+ LATE SET

Pinstripe will also be playing a Late Set from 11.30. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Woodford presents Dan Nash Trio
Jul
2
9:00 pm21:00

Woodford presents Dan Nash Trio

Thanks to Woodford Reserve bourbon we present a night of music harking back to the roots of early rent party/juke playing and ragtime with Dan Nash. His performances encompass the whole acoustic blues genre from the hard bottleneck blues of the Mississippi Delta to the intricate finger-picking and ragtime styles of Texas and the Carolinas.

Following a tour of the USA between 2007-9, Dan has built a large following in his hometown of London, especially amongst the blues/swing dance communities and local roots clubs. Dan’s deep and rough-edged vocals are reminiscent of the Delta style from which the blues emanates. This performance is not to be missed.

There will be a special menu of reduced price cocktails served on the night courtesy of Woodford Reserve. 

Eric Ranzoni on piano
Jul
3
9:00 pm21:00

Eric Ranzoni on piano

Eric Ranzoni will play an exciting selection of classic Blues, Boogie Woogie and bluesy ballads, including songs by Muddy Waters, Ray Charles, BB King, Memphis Slim and many others. The trio has already performed at many top venues including 'The Royal Albert Hall' and 'Boisdale of Canary Wharf.

Topshelf Bootleg Trio
Jul
5
9:00 pm21:00

Topshelf Bootleg Trio

We always look forward to this 'Filthy Swing' outfit brought to us by the illustrious Fred Snow and his Top Shelf Band. 

Since 2004, The Top Shelf Band has made appearances the length and breadth of the U.K. & Europe, Brazil & Australia. They have replaced Jools Holland in his absence; closed Glastonbury 2011; been hired by Mark Ronson and have already supported Camille O’Sullivan, Paloma Faith, Brian Ferry & Buena Vista Social Club.

The Bootleg Trio consists of a rhythm guitar, vocals, bass and piano and tonight they will be pumping out their fabulous repertoire of Filthy, Zombie Swing for all and sundry. No one is safe.

Kai Hoffman Quartet
Jul
6
9:00 pm21:00

Kai Hoffman Quartet

Kai loves the music of the 50s – from rhythm and blues to rockabilly, rock ‘n’ roll to New Orleans, with a sprinkling of mambo and a dash of Kai’s own vintage-inspired original material.

Boneshaker
Jul
7
9:00 pm21:00

Boneshaker

The Boneshaker conjure up a heady cocktail of vintage jazz, razzamatazz and beyond from the Latin social clubs of Cuba and Argentina with their salsas, tangos and mambos.  One moment dark and moody, the next romantic and bubbly. Summed up in the lines,"There may be trouble ahead...let’s face the music and dance". Music of a decadent and illicit affair played on honking sax and clarinet, dazzling violin, clattering percussion, bass and resonating guitar.

+ Late Set

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Rabbit Foot Spasm
Jul
8
9:00 pm21:00

Rabbit Foot Spasm

This 5-piece band has everything a speakeasy frequenter could want: a horn section with a Baritone Saxophone (one must have resonance), a Shakespeare-referencing, kazoo-playing bandleader, and an array of talented members with unique 1920s gangster epithets. When they’re not ransacking the West Country for fast food, they’re recording phonographic wax cylinders, referencing black and white cinema and generally celebrating the culture of the early 20th century.

Click on the link below to their album 'Party Seven' 

+ LATE SET

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band  will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

The Fobo Jug Band
Jul
9
9:00 pm21:00

The Fobo Jug Band

There will be a free live set from the wonderful FoBo Jug Band, who are sure to get the feet stomping with Mississippi Delta numbers played on the harp, piano, guitar and washboard. 

Baraka
Jul
12
9:00 pm21:00

Baraka

Baraka is a London-based jazz band, creating and performing their own material. You'll hear sounds and influences from South African swing, Caribbean shuffle and Brazilian beats, all fused in London's musical melting pot. Their debut album will be released in early 2016. Listen to Baraka on Soundcloud and follow on Facebook.

Pinstripe Reduit
Jul
13
9:00 pm21:00

Pinstripe Reduit

Pinstripe Reduit is a high energy and fun swing quartet featuring piano/vocals, sax, bass and drums. The smaller version of the popular Pinstripe Suit band which has a residency at our sister bar Nightjar, performances feature much of the same repertoire of classic swing music including lots of tunes giving the audience the chance to participate with 'shout outs', such as Just A Gigalo, Minnie the Moocher, Hey Pachuco (as featured in The Mask) and Gimme That Wine.

Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra
Jul
14
9:00 pm21:00

Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra

In his flagship project, Benoit directs an ensemble of internationally acclaimed musicians in a manner reminiscent of Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway and Charles Trenet at the very height of their popularity. His authentic vocal renditions of French chanson, Swing, Jive, Russian folk, Charleston, Latin American dance music have captivated audiences across the UK and all over Europe, Russia and the Far East. Benoit's successful tours in Italy, France, Belgium, Croatia, Russia and Japan are testament to the orchestra's dazzling mix of high-energy multi-instrumental virtuosity and effortless melody, guaranteed to have audiences on their feet and in each others' arms. "

"Effortlessly sweep you away on sonic gossamer wings to the happy, happy place of your choice"
- Vintage Rock Magazine

"A very distinctive French sound with a nostalgic, happy and romantic feel" 
- Royal Albert Hall

+ Late Set

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Hennessy Jazz Jam
Jul
16
9:00 pm21:00

Hennessy Jazz Jam

Led by expert multi-instrumentalist Duncan Hemstock, the Hennessy Jazz Jam brings together some of London's best musicians playing vintage jazz music.

The 20s and 30s gave birth to Jazz with large-scale bands accompanying dancing feet well into the early hours of the evening. Big bands travelled across America, Europe and into Asia and were seen as an essential part of a cocktail evening out. 

Thanks to the sponsorship of Hennessy Fine to Cognac, we are able to recreate the thrill and fun of those historic nights, drinking cocktails to excellent music. 

Christian Prior
Jul
17
9:00 pm21:00

Christian Prior

Christian is a versatile pianist, organist, and vocalist specialising in Jazz, Blues, and early Rock ’n’ Roll. He is the lead vocalist and pianist/organist for the exciting London based bands, ’The Gin Trap House Band' and 'The Gin Trap Organ Trio'. His vast influences include Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Oscar Peterson, Lennie Tristano, Dr. John, and Fats Waller to name a few. And he is equally happy grooving  to some boogie woogie piano, stomping to some stride, or playing some swinging bebop.

Bacardi presents Grupo Atlantico
Jul
18
9:00 pm21:00

Bacardi presents Grupo Atlantico

Bacardi presents an evening of music from Martinique and a special menu of carefully crafted, reduced price Bacardi cocktails. 

Grupo Atlantico are a trio who artfully mix early jazz and ragtime, Brazilian choro, biuine from Martinique and early tango music. 

Music from 9pm, cocktails on special all night!

Duncan Hemstock Trio
Jul
19
9:00 pm21:00

Duncan Hemstock Trio

Duncan Hemstock is a band leader like no other. He brings his joy for life and music to every performance, always delivering with a smile and a cheeky quip or two. His clarinet playing is not only influenced by Goodman, but also the fiery intent of Edmond Hall, while his Tenor Saxophone approach is inspired by the great Lester Young.

Eric Ranzoni Trio
Jul
20
9:00 pm21:00

Eric Ranzoni Trio

The Eric Ranzoni Trio will play an exciting selection of classic Blues, Boogie Woogie and bluesy ballads, including songs by Muddy Waters, Ray Charles, BB King, Memphis Slim and many others. The trio has already performed at many top venues including 'The Royal Albert Hall' and 'Boisdale of Canary Wharf.

Kai and her Kombo
Jul
21
9:00 pm21:00

Kai and her Kombo

Kai loves the music of the 50s – from rhythm and blues to rockabilly, rock ‘n’ roll to New Orleans, with a sprinkling of mambo and a dash of Kai’s own vintage-inspired original material.

Kai Hoffman and her Kombo is made up of Kai Hoffman, lead vocals, Dan Faulkner on saxophone (Glenn Miller Orchestra), Simon Picton on guitar (Sugar T and the Swells), Liam Dunachie on piano (Jivestar), Dave O’Brien on bass (Basin Street Brawlers), and Mez Clough on drums (Si Cranstoun).  

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys
Jul
22
9:00 pm21:00

Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys

 

Exploding out of the London Soul and Blues scene, Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys have already earned a well deserved reputation as one of the hottest tickets on the worldwide Blues/ Soul circuit. 

Originally fronted by vocalist Bridgette the band can currently been seen performing with the captivating soulful vocals of Acantha Lang or Ivy Chanel. Miss Hoodoo & The Delta Boys feature a heavyweight horn section featuring Chris Webster, Graeme Flowers and special guests. A tight rhythm section featuring Jared on Drums, Mateus Nova on Bass, Jacob / Kim Murray on guitar, and Kiris Houston on Piano/ Hammond/ harmonica and guitar. Catch the band performing near you soon – see details below. Also available for private events.

St Germain presents Mademoiselle Loulou Orchestra
Jul
23
9:00 pm21:00

St Germain presents Mademoiselle Loulou Orchestra

Mlle. Loulou is a  French accordionist and singer who plays with the finest jazz musicians of London. The band conjures a romantic, vintage Parisian spirit, taking the audience back to bygone era. Their expansive repertoire ranges from the French 'titi' to the irresistible dance grooves of South America. Expect
Swing, Tango, Cumbia, French Chanson and Musette music, the occasional Forro, and even some 50's Rock 'n' Roll!

We will have a delicious menu of St Germain cocktails at reduced prices to go with the free music, all courtesy of the brand. 

Swing Ninjas
Jul
27
9:00 pm21:00

Swing Ninjas

The Swing Ninjas started life as a busking trio playing small clubs and on the streets of Europe.  From humble beginnings, they’ve now grown into a large band writing and performing original new swing music – drawing on elements of New Orleans swing, spirituals, blues, cajun jazz, all influenced by the UK new swing movement. 

The Dixie Ticklers
Jul
28
9:00 pm21:00

The Dixie Ticklers

The Dixie Ticklers are transforming and revisiting classic New Orleans music. This hard working band is building a fierce live reputation within jazz and the vintage scene.

The Dixie Ticklers will also be playing a Late Set at 11.30pm Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on or £5 on the door.

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The Fallen Heroes
Jul
29
9:00 pm21:00

The Fallen Heroes

Brothers Emile and Ben Martyn combine years spent playing music across the globe; Emile in New Orleans alongside Fats Domino's musicians when not on the road, and Ben playing rhythm ‘n’ blues in his own band as guitarist, pianist and singer both in the U.S and in London. 

They cover the music of great American musicians such as Ray Charles, Chuck Berry, Louis Armstrong, Fats Domino, Elvis as well as original music that blend New Orleans music with the sounds and experiences of living back in London.

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11.30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Dom Pipkin
Jul
31
9:00 pm21:00

Dom Pipkin

Piano from London, soul from New Orleans. Dom Pipkin takes inspiration from Professor Longhair, Huey "Piano" Smith, Lee Dorsey and James Booker.


The Swing Ninjas
May
25
9:00 pm21:00

The Swing Ninjas

The Swing Ninjas started life as a busking trio playing small clubs and on the streets of Europe.  From humble beginnings, they’ve now grown into a large band writing and performing original new swing music – drawing on elements of New Orleans swing, spirituals, blues, cajun jazz, all influenced by the UK new swing movement. 

Rhythm & Blue Martyn
May
24
9:00 pm21:00

Rhythm & Blue Martyn

Ben 'Blue' Martyn's trio (+ occasional guests). Music from the southern states of America, particularly Louisiana. Ben Blue and Emile Martyn moved to New Orleans and spent their teenage years and twenties there but have now been in London for over 10 years playing with many of the Jazz great of that time. While pianist Dean Ross grew up in Kansas City and now also resides in London. Their influences vary from Fats Domino, to Ray Charles, Professor Longhair, Muddy Waters, Kris Kristofferson and beyond. Ben Blue also writes for the band in the style of their heroes mixing Jazz with Rhythm & Blues, Country and early rock n roll. Ben and Emile also run a full six piece band ‘The Fallen Heroes’ which tours the world playing and selling out venues such as New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival, Cork Festival, Ronnie Scott’s, 100 Club . . . 

Band Members

Ben Blue Martyn - Vocals, Bass
Emile Martyn - Drums
Kansas City Dean - Piano 

Hennessy Masterclass with music from TJ Johnson
May
23
9:00 pm21:00

Hennessy Masterclass with music from TJ Johnson

 

We are thrilled to be hosting this masterclass with Hennessy. 

Guests will have the opportunity to taste a range of expressions of Hennessy and learn about this excellent cognac.

The masterclass runs for 1hr approx from 7pm. Tickets are free but booking is recommended as places fill up fast!

We'll have free live music with TJ Johnson from 9pm along with a selection of cocktails from the brand at reduced prices, so please let us know if you would like to stay on.

TJ plays an extraordinary blend of music that transcends the boundaries of jazz, blues, soul, country and gospel and is influenced by the likes of Ray Charles, Dr John, Louis Armstrong, Johnny Cash, BB King, Nina Simone, Alberta Hunter, Jimmy Witherspoon and many more. 

 

Eric Ranzoni
May
22
9:00 pm21:00

Eric Ranzoni

British born to Italian parents, Blues piano player and singer Eric Ranzoni is one of the finest around. 

Solo or accompanied by excellent musicians, Eric has played the Blues (and Roots music in general) with artists such as Eric Clapton, Memphis Slim, Dr. John, Freddie King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jools Holland and George Harrison, just to mention a few, as well as sessions with Mud Morganfield (the eldest son of Muddy Waters), Big Joe Louis, Bill Hurley (‘The Inmates’ singer) and guitar ace Otis Grand.

"...his menacing left hand and rolling right, just like Otis Spann."
Blues in Britain

Hennessy Jazz Jam
May
21
9:00 pm21:00

Hennessy Jazz Jam

Led by expert multi-instrumentalist Duncan Hemstock, the Hennessy Jazz Jam brings together some of London's best musicians playing vintage jazz music.

The 20s and 30s gave birth to Jazz with large-scale bands accompanying dancing feet well into the early hours of the evening. Big bands travelled across America, Europe and into Asia and were seen as an essential part of a cocktail evening out. 

Thanks to the sponsorship of Hennessy Fine to Cognac, we are able to recreate the thrill and fun of those historic nights, drinking cocktails to excellent music. 

The Fallen Heroes
May
20
9:00 pm21:00

The Fallen Heroes

Brothers Emile and Ben Martyn combine years spent playing music across the globe; Emile in New Orleans alongside Fats Domino's musicians when not on the road, and Ben playing rhythm ‘n’ blues in his own band as guitarist, pianist and singer both in the U.S and in London. 

They cover the music of great American musicians such as Ray Charles, Chuck Berry, Louis Armstrong, Fats Domino, Elvis as well as original music that blend New Orleans music with the sounds and experiences of living back in London

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Kai Hoffman and her Kombo
May
19
9:00 pm21:00

Kai Hoffman and her Kombo

Kai loves the music of the 50s – from rhythm and blues to rockabilly, rock ‘n’ roll to New Orleans, with a sprinkling of mambo and a dash of Kai’s own vintage-inspired original material.

Kai Hoffman and her Kombo is made up of Kai Hoffman, lead vocals, Dan Faulkner on saxophone (Glenn Miller Orchestra), Simon Picton on guitar (Sugar T and the Swells), Liam Dunachie on piano (Jivestar), Dave O’Brien on bass (Basin Street Brawlers), and Mez Clough on drums (Si Cranstoun).  

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 111:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

 

 

Duncan Hemstock Trio
May
17
9:00 pm21:00

Duncan Hemstock Trio

Master of our monthly Hennessy Jazz Jams, Duncan Hemstock is a band leader like no other. He brings his joy for life and music to every performance, always delivering with a smile and a cheeky quip or two. His clarinet playing is not only influenced by Goodman, but also the fiery intent of Edmond Hall, while his Tenor Saxophone approach is inspired by the great Lester Young.

Roe & Co presents Ceili Max Trio
May
16
9:00 pm21:00

Roe & Co presents Ceili Max Trio

Ceílí Max is a group of the most talented and vibrant young musicians from the London area and play Irish and Scottish traditional music. They will be performing as an acoustic trio.

As a result of the generous support of Roe & Co Whiskey, we are also able to offer a special menu of cocktails at reduced prices featuring Roe & Co all night. 

Christian Prior on Piano
May
15
9:00 pm21:00

Christian Prior on Piano

Christian is a versatile pianist, organist, and vocalist specialising in Jazz, Blues, and early Rock ’n’ Roll. He is the lead vocalist and pianist/organist for the exciting London based bands, ’The Gin Trap House Band' and 'The Gin Trap Organ Trio'. His vast influences include Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Oscar Peterson, Lennie Tristano, Dr. John, and Fats Waller to name a few. And he is equally happy grooving  to some boogie woogie piano, stomping to some stride, or playing some swinging bebop.

Bulleit Bourbon presents The Fobo Jug Band
May
14
9:00 pm21:00

Bulleit Bourbon presents The Fobo Jug Band

This evening of live music and cocktails is courtesy of Bulleit Bourbon. 

There will be a free live set from the wonderful FoBo Jug Band, who are sure to get the feet stomping with Mississippi Delta numbers played on the harp, piano, guitar and washboard.

We will also be offering a special menu of expertly crafted, reduced price cocktails featuring Bulleit. 

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band
May
13
9:00 pm21:00

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band

This 5-piece band resides in the depths of the West Country, coming to the fore whenever an authentic swing jazz band is called for. A horn section with a Baritone Saxophone (one must have resonance), a Shakespeare-referencing, kazoo-playing bandleader, and an array of talented members with unique 1920s gangster epithets.

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Noisy and raucous and dangerously sexy jazz
— BBC Radio 6
Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra
May
12
9:00 pm21:00

Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra

In his flagship project, Benoit directs an ensemble of internationally acclaimed musicians in a manner reminiscent of Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway and Charles Trenet at the very height of their popularity. His authentic vocal renditions of French chanson, Swing, Jive, Russian folk, Charleston, Latin American dance music have captivated audiences across the UK and all over Europe, Russia and the Far East. Benoit's successful tours in Italy, France, Belgium, Croatia, Russia and Japan are testament to the orchestra's dazzling mix of high-energy multi-instrumental virtuosity and effortless melody, guaranteed to have audiences on their feet and in each others' arms. "

"Effortlessly sweep you away on sonic gossamer wings to the happy, happy place of your choice"
- Vintage Rock Magazine

"A very distinctive French sound with a nostalgic, happy and romantic feel" 
- Royal Albert Hall

+ Late Set

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Pinstripe Réduit
May
11
9:00 pm21:00

Pinstripe Réduit

Pinstripe Reduit is a high energy and fun swing quartet featuring piano/vocals, sax, bass and drums. The smaller version of the popular Pinstripe Suit band which has a residency at our sister bar Nightjar, performances feature much of the same repertoire of classic swing music including lots of tunes giving the audience the chance to participate with 'shout outs', such as Just A Gigalo, Minnie the Moocher, Hey Pachuco (as featured in The Mask) and Gimme That Wine.

Appleton Estate presents Festivo
May
10
9:30 pm21:30

Appleton Estate presents Festivo

A night of Calypso by Festivo kindly sponsored by Appleton Estate rum. Please note due to a private event we will be open for service at 9pm with the live music starting from 9.30pm. 

Appleton Estate is an expertly crafted rum with 265 years of distilling history behind it. Representing the oldest sugar estate and distillery in continuous production in the world, Appleton Estate is nestled in inland Jamaica in the lush and verdant Nassau Valley. 

Boasting its own terroir - the perfect combination of soil, sun and temperature - the sugar cane and limestone water essential to rum production are provided by the estate. The liquid is aged in 40-gallon Number One Select American Oak barrels watched over by Joy Spence, Master Distiller. The perfect combination of ideal landscape, perfected knowledge and centuries-long passion combine to create a truly refined and exceptional rum. 

Festivo are an exhilarating fusion of Caribbean, Latin jazz and Eastern European musical styles and rhythms.  Formed by Dominic Grant and Frank Biddulph Festivo reflects their musical background and interests.  Dominic, an outstanding guitarist and composer of all the music on the album, is the son of a West Indian father (Cy Grant) and Czech mother, whilst Frank’s exuberant jazz violin style has strong Eastern European influences.  Add the huge talents of steelpan player Mark Cherrie, and we get a complex mix of melodic and rhythmic textures and adventurous flights of the imagination, creating music that is beautiful to listen and dance to.

A special menu of reduced price cocktails made with Appleton Estate rum will be available all evening. 

Warm and innovative, a little gem of world music
— The Birmingham Post
Death's Door Gin Masterclass with music from James Brotherston
May
9
7:00 pm19:00

Death's Door Gin Masterclass with music from James Brotherston

We are delighted to host this masterclass in partnership with Death's Door Gin. 

The masterclass will be led by Brand Ambassador Selina Raggett. Guests will learn about the crafting of the brand and be treated to a tasting of expressions of the range, along with specially paired taster canapes from our kitchen. 

Tickets are free but we do recommend booking as places are limited! Please arrive 15 minutes before the masterclass starts.

We'll have free live music from 9pm along with a selection of cocktails from the brand at reduced prices, so please let us know if you would like to stay on.

James Brotherston cut his teeth as a pianist, bandleader and arranger as a student in Edinburgh before moving to East London in 2006. His idiosyncratic, New Orleans-infected piano and vocal style incorporates elements of James Booker, Fats Waller, Charles Brown and Amos Milburn.

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Tim Penn on Piano
May
8
9:00 pm21:00

Tim Penn on Piano

Tim Penn's influences and repertoire range from ragtime and stride and the old blues songs of the 1920s, the New Orleans rhumba rhythms of Professor Longhair, a pinch of 50s/60s soul-jazz and some straight R&B from the likes of Ray Charles and Amos Milburn. Take all this, and then finally season with a sprinkling of his own songs, which reference styles such as Hoagy Carmichael at one moment and southern Swamp Rock or Bob Dylan the next, and the recipe is complete and ready.

See his write up on Blues Revolution

Andrew Oliver & David Horniblow Duo
May
7
9:00 pm21:00

Andrew Oliver & David Horniblow Duo

Andrew Oliver and David Horniblow met during the set break of a gig.  A recording of Jelly Roll Morton's trio was playing on the house sound system and they decided to get together the following week and learn the song.  Since then they've been delving into a book of interesting and little-played material from the 20's, performing both transcriptions of performances by Morton, Barney Bigard, Earl Hines, Johnny Dodds, and others, as well as re-interpreting a variety of tunes from the era.  They play together in the Dime Notes and the Vitality Five, both bands specializing in different facets of early jazz and swing.

Pinstripe Suit
May
6
9:00 pm21:00

Pinstripe Suit

Pinstripe Suit is a high-octane six-piece swing and vocal jazz ensemble run by London-based jazz singer/pianist Robin Phillips. The band includes both female and male vocals and a super tight two-piece brass section.

Featuring original arrangements by Robin, this energetic ensemble specialises in classic swing music from across the 20th century as well as the high-energy swing revival music of the 1990s, as featured in films such as ‘Swingers’ and ‘The Mask’.

+ LATE SET

Pinstripe will also be playing a Late Set from 11.30. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

The Boneshaker
May
5
9:00 pm21:00

The Boneshaker

The Boneshaker conjure up a heady cocktail of razzamatazz jazz from the roaring 20s and beyond with exotic rhythms from the Latin quarter, tangos, salsas and mambos.  French chanson rubs shoulders with the Weimar Cabaret while film noir soundtracks mingle with the Klezmer-esque and the quaintly curious confections of the golden age of jazz. The Boneshaker features thrilling three part harmonies, virtuoso romantic violin, soaring sax and clarinet accompanied by a swinging rhythm section featuring vintage percussion to create an inimitable musical and visual Boneshaker event. 

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Kai Hoffman Quartet
May
4
9:00 pm21:00

Kai Hoffman Quartet

Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Kai is a multiple BBC Jazz Award winner and long-time resident at Ronnie Scott's in Soho.

Come and see one of London's best swing jazz singers perform with her quartet, bringing with her a lot of glamour and not a little sass. 

[Kai] is the whole package from head to toe
— Jazzwise Magazine
Topshelf Bootleg Trio
May
3
9:00 pm21:00

Topshelf Bootleg Trio

We always look forward to this 'Filthy Swing' outfit brought to us by the illustrious Fred Snow and his Top Shelf Band. 

Since 2004, The Top Shelf Band has made appearances the length and breadth of the U.K. & Europe, Brazil & Australia. They have replaced Jools Holland in his absence; closed Glastonbury 2011; been hired by Mark Ronson and have already supported Camille O’Sullivan, Paloma Faith, Brian Ferry & Buena Vista Social Club.

The Bootleg Trio consists of a rhythm guitar, vocals, bass and piano and tonight they will be pumping out their fabulous repertoire of Filthy, Zombie Swing for all and sundry. No one is safe.

Havana Club presents Los Musicos
May
2
9:00 pm21:00

Havana Club presents Los Musicos

Los Musicos are an authentic trio playing a variety of music from Latin America. Expect to enjoy the sensual sounds of Colombiana Cumbia and versions of Buena Vista Social club Cuban classics along with the traditional latin rhythms of Merengue and Cha-cha-cha.

As a result of the generous support of Havana Club, we are also able to offer a special menu of cocktails at reduced prices featuring Havana Club all night. 

 

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Eric Ranzoni
May
1
9:00 pm21:00

Eric Ranzoni

British born to Italian parents, Blues piano player and singer Eric Ranzoni is one of the finest around. 

Solo or accompanied by excellent musicians, Eric has played the Blues (and Roots music in general) with artists such as Eric Clapton, Memphis Slim, Dr. John, Freddie King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jools Holland and George Harrison, just to mention a few, as well as sessions with Mud Morganfield (the eldest son of Muddy Waters), Big Joe Louis, Bill Hurley (‘The Inmates’ singer) and guitar ace Otis Grand.

"...his menacing left hand and rolling right, just like Otis Spann."
Blues in Britain

Tim Penn & The Second Line
Apr
29
9:00 pm21:00

Tim Penn & The Second Line

With a name like The Second Line, it is no surprise that the songs of the New Orleans' piano masters(Professor Longhair, Fats Domino, Dr John, Allen Toussaint) figure heavily in this band's repertoire. But you can expect other influences to be felt as well: Ray Charles, Tom Waits and Tim's own songs and instrumental pieces all add to the musical gumbo. 

+ LATE SET

Tim Penn and the Second Line will also be playing a Late Set at 11.30. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on or £5 on the door.

The Black&Blue Jazz Band
Apr
27
9:00 pm21:00

The Black&Blue Jazz Band

 

Fronted by unique and versatile singer Alexandra Gray, The Black & Blue Jazz band have joyful, authentic approach to early jazz and a serious approach to the gut wrenching blues. Citing Dinah Washington and Nina Simone as major influences, Alexandra Gray is sassy, sexy, and seriously soulful.  Her band features the crème de la crème of London jazz musicians who have played for Jools Holland and Quincey Jones among others.

Campari masterclass with music from Joe Webb
Apr
25
9:00 pm21:00

Campari masterclass with music from Joe Webb

We are thrilled to be hosting this masterclass with Campari. 

Guests will have the opportunity to taste a range of expressions of Campari and learn about this excellent liqueur.

The masterclass runs for 1hr approx from 7pm. Tickets are free but booking is recommended as places fill up fast!

Joe Webb is a welsh pianist who has been based in London for the past two years. Over this time joe has had the pleasure of working with some of the capitals finest musicians and venues.

Joes biggest influences in jazz piano are the likes of Teddy Wilson, Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson and many others. Joe enjoys showing his interpretations of some of his favourites from these artists.

We'll have free live music from 9pm along with a selection of cocktails from the brand at reduced prices, so please let us know if you would like to stay on.

Dom Pipkin plays piano
Apr
24
9:00 pm21:00

Dom Pipkin plays piano

Piano from London, soul from New Orleans. The ever-popular, always wonderful Dom Pipkin plays New Orleans jazz piano; taking inspiration from Professor Longhair, Huey "Piano" Smith, Lee Dorsey and James Booker.

Grey Goose Presents Pete Horsefall Trio
Apr
23
9:00 pm21:00

Grey Goose Presents Pete Horsefall Trio

Thanks to the kind sponsorship of Grey Goose vodka relax into Sunday evening at Oriole with trumpet player and vocalist Pete Horsfall, as he swings through old time melodies and low down blues with his trio.

"bittersweet beautiful voice and timeless trumpet" - BBC Radio 3

On the night we will be offering a delicious menu of expertly mixed Grey Goose cocktails at happy prices.