LONDON Jazz Clubs

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606 Club. 90 Lots Road, London, SW10. Tel: 020 7352 5953 [Good jazz. Good food. Both in their old location and the new one of the best venues in London.Two Jazz groups a night Monday through Wednesday, 8:00 pm - 1.00 am. Thursdays we have one band playing from 9:30 pm -1:30am, Fridays and Saturdays 10:00pm - 2.00 am. The Club has a policy of booking local British based musicians, and as such provides a platform for some of the finest British musicians, as well as encouraging a considerable number of younger players. The Club employs more than ten different bands a week, making it one of the largest club promoters of Jazz in Europe. There is no entry fee, instead the musicians are funded from a Music Charge which is added to the bill at the end of the night, these charges are currently £5.00/head Sunday - Thursday, £6.00/head Friday and Saturday.]

100 Club. 100 Oxford Street, London W1. Tel: 020 7636 0953. [Originally established as a showcase for the young Feldmans. The 100 club has had a long and distingished history as key venue on the London jazz scene]


Archduke Bar and Restaurant. Concert Hall Approach, South Bank, London SE1. Tel: 020 7928 9370. [Monday-Saturday]

Boisdale. 15 Eccleston Street, Belgravia. SW1W 9LX. Tel: 020 730 6922 Fax: 020 7730 0548 [The Macdonald Bar has a late licence until 1.00am with live jazz and blues from the thirties and forties played by The Boisdale Blue Rhythm Band Charge is payable by non -Members after 10.00pm - £2.50 for those already on the premises, £10.00 for those arriving after 10.00pm]

East Side Jazz Club. The Crown pub, 692 High Road, Leytonstone Tel: 020 8989 8129 [Contact: Clive Fenner. East London's premier modern jazz club. Upstairs at The Crown. Tuesdays from 8.30 Door £5]

Googlies. Botany Bay Cricket Club. East Lodge Lane, Enfield. London EN2. [Listen to the most prominent performers in British Jazz, in comfort and with the option of having supper, you are invited to join our jazz supper club. Jazz Supper Club is open every Thursday evening from 7.30]

Hampstead Jazz Club. The Duke of Hamilton 23-25 New End Hampstead NW3 1JD?. Tel: +44 20 7916 0595 {[Welcome to the Hampstead Jazz Club, hosting an eclectic array of world class artists, Hampstead Jazz Club has become one of London’s best-loved jazz venues since it ­opened its doors in 2018. The Hampstead Jazz Club fondly brings back a unique atmosphere, reminiscent of the golden age of jazz.]

Jazz Cafe Posk. 238-246 King Street, London, W6 0RF Tel: 02087411940

Jazz Live at the Crypt. St. Giles Church 81, Camberwell Church St. London, SE5 8RB. Tel: 020 7701 1016 [contact: Les . Jazz Live is host to some of the best live jazz events in the capital. Top bands appear at the weekly Friday night sessions. All jazz tastes are catered for in the friendliest jazz club in town. Jazz Live opens at 8pm for our fine restaurant were food costs as little as £10 for a three course meal. Bar prices are very reasonable. Jazz Live closes at around 1am. Admission £6/£4. First set 9.30. Tube to Oval or Elephant and then many buses to Camberwell Green. See

Pizza Express. 10 Dean Street, London W1. Tel: 020 7439 8722 [Good atmosphere good food. Various groups and names]

Richmond and Twickenham Jazz Club.  The Cabbage Patch 67 London Road, Twickenham TW1 3SZ  [At Twickenham Jazz Club, we are dedicated to curating unforgettable jazz experiences for our members. Immerse yourself in the world of jazz, discover new talents, and enrich your appreciation for this incredible genre.]


Ronnie Scotts. 47 Frith Street, London W1. Tel: +44 20 7439 0747 Fax: +44 20 7437 5081 [contact: Pete King. Ronnie Scott And Pete King opened the club in the basement of 39 Gerrard Street on Friday 30th October 1959. Zoot Sims was the first American artist to play at Ronnie Scott's, the start of the club's reputation as one of the world's premier jazz venues. In the summer of 1965, Ronnie Scott's moved to its present home at 47 Frith Street in London's Soho. Since those early days, Ronnie Scott's has been at the heart of the jazz world, providing the setting for legendary residencies.]

Spice of Life. 6 Moor Street,London W1D. Tel: 020 7739 3025 Fax: 020 7739 3025 [contact: Paul Pace. Spice Jazz is the beating heart and soul of London's West End. Wednesdays are singer's nights, accompanied by top-flight backing. We usually have three sets - mainly invited guests first, then a featured artist, followed by er, uninvited guests. Although the second set is the Real Thing, the last part of the evening can be truly astonishing... but please note, the following songs are banned: Misty, Cry Me a River, Stormy Weather and Summer-bloody-time. On Thursdays we feature combos, instrumentalists and soloists. Established names of the past, groovy names of the present and buzzy names of the future - they will all entertain you with timeless music. Or you could stay in and watch the TV.]

Toulouse Lautrec. 140 Newington Butts, Kennington, London, SE11 4RN. Tel: +44 (0) 20 7582 6800

The Bulls Head . 373 Lonsdale Road, Barnes, London SW13. Tel: 020 8765241 [South of the river. One of the longest established jazz pubs in London. Name bands and faces]


Troubadour. 265-267 Old Brompton Road, London, UK SW5 9JA Tel: + 44 020 7341 6333 {Live Jazz Sundays & Mondays, After our long hiatus, Sebastiaan de Krom and Friends finally return to our Troubadour stage every Sunday and Monday. We can't wait to see them after such a long absence. Table reservation recommended.}

The Vortex. 11 Gillett Street, London N16 8JH. Tel: 020 7690 6661. [Legendary jazz club now open in new premises in Dalston, North London. Jazz legends and up and coming new talent from mainstream to avant garde]





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