With DJs, bands, spoken word and story telling nights, stand up comedy and anything else interesting/innovative that we come across or as suggested by the guest, The Good Ship is a venue with a twist.
With it’s contemporary interior, impressive menu of food and beverages as well as a diverse list of up and coming performers makes Catch a venue perfect for those looking for a good night out.
Plan B remains focused on a diverse music programme blending the classic and the contemporary in home grown and international talent, keeping this legendary club at the forefront of South London nightlife.
With live Jazz music playing every night, Jazz Cafe aims to showcase performers from the genres of Neo-Soul, Hip Hop, Electronica, Blues, World, Reggae, Latin & Soul as well as providing a venue for new and established Jazz artist.
Proud Camden is the ideal place to relax and hang out with friends after a tiring day. The venue serves up delicious food and hot beverages during the day complete with HD flat screen TVs in each stables.
Wrapped up in the spirit of Django Le QuecumBar offers all you’d expect from an intimate live music venue, plus simple homely food and an unequalled musical atmosphere making it one of the best jazz spots around with the added bonus.
The Magic Garden in Battersea is a wonderful combination between leisure & nature. Winner of the Best Pub in London Award in 2011, The Magic Garden has successfully created one of London’s finest independent small music venues.
What makes Carom stand out is the unique blend of cocktails found on its list. With a blend of premium spirits with Indian herbs, spices and classic Indian ingredients has allowed Carom to create their own signature cocktails.
In July 2011, live music returned to one of Ealing’s legendary venues, “The Ealing Club” (or Ealing Jazz Club). It was here where the “British Rhythm and Blues Boom” of the 1960′s kicked off, when it hosted the first rehearsals of Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated in 1961.
Dagenham Roundhouse is a pub and music venue in Dagenham, East London, England. It was established in 1969 as the “Village Blues Club”, and from then until 1975 was considered to be East London’s premier rock music venue.