Nightly Music in the Brasserie
Our swinging house bands play in the Brasserie every night of the week...
From 9pm - 11pm every Monday, from 9.30pm - 11.30pm Tuesday - 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:
13th - 18th January: Fifi La Mer
A hearty serving of Parisian folk music (Musette), along with Chansons Réalistes made famous by Edith Piaf, Fifi La Mer's performace also includes unforgettable jazz and the occasional pop tune paired with the rich and evocative sound of the accordion.
Sunday 19th January: Caroline and the Bellbird Boys
Channeling the spirit of the Great Gatsby era, the Australian led ensemble Caroline Loftus and her Bellbird Boys, bring you rapturous music from the Roaring Twenties and Crazy Thirties. Their performace includes charming melodies, romance, hot jazz and foot stomping rhythm.
20th - 25th January: Mandy Meadows
International singer, Mandy Meadows presents to excerpts from Piaf: The Legend, established in 2018. Since it's inception, every show has sold out, gaining rapturous four and five star reviews in Central London.
SUN 26th January: The Tail Shakers Trio
The Tail Shakers formed in 1998 with a vision to create a Blues band with an authentic 1950's sound. Their dedication to blues and their attention to detail have produced a confident, stylish and highly entertaining act. Frontman Rollo Markee, started playing Blues when he was a teenager having been inspired by his mentor, Julius Junior. Years on, he has developed a rich, passionate and authentic blues voice.
27th - 1st February: Benoit Viellefon Quartet
Inspired by the swinging music that emerged from the infamous Parisian cafés and nightclubs of the 1930s and 1940s, Benoit Viellefon presents his Hot Club. A unique ensemble that celebrates the popular songs played by artists like Django Reinhardt, Stéphane Grappelli, Louis Armstrong, and Sidney Bechet. The Hot Club is the perfect mix of European finesse and the restless fervour of American hot jazz.
Sunday 2nd February: Strings Review
Coming from the era when British singer/songwriter's defined themselves, Mike Piggott played no small part as sideman to cult figures such as Bert Jansch and Ralph McTell. Recording with Peter Green and working with Denny Laine for a period of two years meant he was no stranger to mainstream pop either. However, at the same time Piggott has carved out a dual career as one of Britain's finest Swing Jazz fiddle players working with people such as John Etheridge, Martin Taylor and Bucky Pizzarelli.