Monsieur Zedel enjoys his Late Night Music

Nightly Music in the Brasserie

Our swinging house bands play in the Brasserie every night of the week...


From 9.30pm - 11.30pm every Monday - Saturday and from 8.30pm - 10.30pm on Sundays, enjoy the toe-tapping music of our house bands while you dine.

There is no extra charge levied for music.


Upcoming bands and dates:

Boom La Tete and Guest Dana Kerstein
7th - 12th October

Sara Dowling
Sunday 13th October

"Enigmatic, beguiling and intensely musical" (MOJO Magazine). Sara Dowling is a jazz singer who is deeply inspired by the repertoire of the classic American songbook. And yet, as the clubs who have been booking her regularly in the over the past couple of years - Ronnie Scott's, the 606 and the Cinnamon Club - have spotted, there really is something different, special and fresh about her. And that she makes audiences want to come back to hear her again. As Guy Barker has said: "Her voice has all the qualities that you find in the great singers." Sebastian Scotney - Editor of London Jazz.

Kourosh Kanani Quartet
14th - 19th October

Fraser and The Alibis
Sunday 20th October

London-based four piece, Fraser & the Alibis play the hippest in Bop, Blues and Boogaloo. Inspired by the tenor sax sounds of Dexter Gordon and the organ pioneer Jimmy Smith, the bands' original tunes are deeply entrenched in the roots of music. Fraser & the Alibis channel the intensity and feel-good effect of the swing and jive music of the dance hall era, combined with the intricacies of later jazz movements. Featuring some of the most in-demand, young improvisers on the London scene, the band have played over 400 gigs together and released their much-anticipated debut album in October 2017.

Fifi La Mer
21st - 26th October

Caroline and the Bellbird Boys
Sunday 27th October

Channeling the spirit of the great Gatsby era, Australian led ensemble, Caroline Loftus and her Bellbird Boys bring you rapturous music from the roaring 20s and crazy 30s. Charming melodies, romance, hot jazz and foot stomping rhythm.

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