Monday-Saturday, from 9.30pm -11.30pm
Late Night Music
Our swinging house bands play six nights a week from 9.30pm -11.30pm whilst you dine. There is no extra charge levied for music.
Upcoming bands and dates:
23- 28 Jan & 1- 6 May
Kansas Smitty's has become a name synonymous with good music and real people. You'll hear the sounds of New York, New Orleans, Paris, and Havana in their sour mash of jazz genres. Smitty's musicians are young and hungry virtuosos whose musical flights are more like athletic miracles than practice room exercises. Jazz with grit. You've never seen another band like this one because it doesn't exist. Of course we won't expect you to take our word for it…
30 Jan - 4 Feb, 27 March -1 April & 10 - 15 April
Rising star vocalist and trumpet player Peter Horsfall launches his latest record at Crazy Coqs with this special show. Inspired by the singing of Billie Holiday and the tight swinging small-groups of Nat "King" Cole, Pete has made numerous headline appearances at legendary venues including Ronnie Scott's and the Lincoln Center in New York City.
13 - 18 Feb, 13 - 18 March, 20 - 25 March, 17 - 22 April & 24 - 29 April
This formidable quartet is lead by the French/Australian chanteuse Emma Hamilton who, accompanied by her multi-instrumentalist brother Thomas on piano, has been enchanting London audiences. The singer, whose voice is reminiscent of the classic French vocalists, leads the audience through streets of Paris with their quirky arrangements of well known songs as well as their own original music. The line up is a surprise each night showcasing different musicians from the creme de la creme of the London jazz scene.
6 - 11 Feb & 20 - 25 Feb
A young, talented gypsy guitarist. Marked in the top five gypsy jazz players in the country by Le Quecumbar.
"The rising star of gypsy guitar"
Fifi La Mer
27 Feb - 4 March, 6 - 11 March & 3 - 8 April
Oh la la! Jazz and Pop with a French twist! A hearty serving of Parisian folk music (Musette), Chansons Réalistes (made famous by Edith Piaf), unforgettable jazz standards and the occasional pop tune. The rich and evocative sound of the accordion blends perfectly with the delicious voice of Fifi La Mer.