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The Welcome Club
The Welcome Club
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The Welcome Club, 1 Victoria Road, Stanford-Le-Hope, Essex, SS17 0JF. Jazz Events organised by JBGB Events, London.
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1 Victoria Road
Stanford-Le-Hope
Essex
SS17 0JF
01375 672218
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JBGB Events Jazz Gigs London

 

The Welcome Club is a members club which has live music and a lovely atmosphere.  

 

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PizzaExpress Live: Birmingham
Birmingham Jazz Venue, Pizza Express Jazz Club, Water's Edge Birmingham
Pizza Express Live Birmingham
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Pizza Express Live Birmingham, great Jazz gig venue for Birmingham. JBGB Events gives you up close and personal to the artists with amazing atmosphere and great pizza!
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The Water's Edge
Broad Street
Birmingham
West Midlands
B1 2HL
020 7439 4962
http://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/jazzVenue.aspx
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Doors Open: 7pm
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Customers flock to the Club to enjoy a special experience: live jazz of the highest standard in a unique environment, and delicious pizza!

Enjoy world class live music in the heart of Birmingham

The top floor of the Brindley Place restaurant has been transformed into the perfect environment for a truly memorable evening. Experience the famous range of pizzas as you relax and enjoy live music from some of the world's most renowned artists.

The word “Club” in the name relates to the warm atmosphere and comfortable surroundings, not the entrance policy – you do not need to be a member to visit, though booking in advance is recommended.

Once seated you’ll be amazed how close you are, musically and physically (none of the tables are far from the stage), to the performers. Add a state-of-the-art sound system and you can not imagine a better venue in which to appreciate live music.

 

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Dereham Memorial Hall
Dereham Memorial Hall
dereham-memorial-hall
1
62A Norwich Street
Dereham
NR19 1AD
01362 288124
http://derehammemorialhall.co.uk
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Dereham Memorial Hall JBGB Events Jazz Events in London and NorwichBuilt in 1818, the now Grade II listed Norwich Street building first housed a coachworks. It was said to have had a high reputation, making carriages for the nobility and even some foreign royalty.

After the coachbuilding business declined, in 1908 the building was put up for sale and was purchased for use as a public hall. The building’s middle floors were removed, a balcony was created at the south end and a proscenium arch stage at the opposite end.

During the First World War the hall was turned into the Picture Palace, showing silent films including those starring Laurel and Hardy and Charlie Chaplain. But with the introduction of sound into moving pictures the venue lost trade to the Exchange Cinema in the market Place. In 1934 it was converted into heated swimming pool, which is still underneath the hall’s floor to this day.

In the winter the pool was boarded up and the hall became a dance and concert venue. During the Second World War it became a cinema again; now known as the Pool Cinema.

The Urban District Council purchased the hall for public use after the war and in 1949 it was renamed the Memorial Hall in honour of those who lost their lives in the two World Wars; plaques listing their names were put up outside in the entranceway.

Through time the hall has become a hub for theatre, live music and other cultural events in the town, but by 2009 was starting to show its age, and needed a major refurbishment. In December 2011 the hall reopened after an 18 month and £2.3 million refurbishment and extension.

The Hall is now a multi-use community facility capable of accommodating professional shows and community activities and is ready to be a part of Dereham life for another 200 years.

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The Pheasantry
London Jazz Venue, The Pheasantry
Pizza Express Live: Pheasantry, Chelsea London
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The Pheasantry, Chelsea London this historic building houses Pizza Express on the ground floor and the basement for fabulous Jazz gigs organised by JBGB Events
1
152 Kings Road
Chelsea
London
SW3 4UT
0845 6027 017
http://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/popList.aspx
Mon - Thu: 11:30-23:30
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The Pheasantry is an historic Georgian building originally used to raise pheasants for the royal household. 

It's had many distinguished residents including Augustus John and Annigoni. Famous ballerina Serafima Alexandrovna Astafieva opened her school here on the first floor in 1916. She taught prima ballerinas Alicia Markova and Margot Fonteyn here.

It was also the home of Eleanor Thornton, thought to have been the model for The Spirit of Ecstasy mascots on the bonnets of Rolls Royce cars.

Dylan Thomas used to drink here when it was a club in the 1930's.

In 1976 the six-year campaign to save The Pheasantry from dereliction reached a peak. Under the patronage of Sir John Betjeman, the Friends of The Pheasantry wanted the building restored with residential studios, an art gallery, and exhibition space. They were not successful in preventing the adjoining development, but the front and gateway of the Pheasantry survived, heavily restored, as part of the rebuilding of 1971-81, forming a restaurant hemmed in by shops and offices. 

The Pheasantry nightclub was the venue for early UK gigs by Lou Reed, Queen (band) and Hawkwind, among others, and was the place where singer Yvonne Elliman was discovered by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, leading to her role in the original soundtrack recording of Jesus Christ Superstar.

Eric Clapton lived on the top floor in the late 1960's. In his latest autobiography he tells of visits from George Harrison where they would take acid and write songs. On one occasion Eric narrowly avoided arrest on drug charges by fleeing out of the back of the building just as Sergeant Norman Pilcher, a detective with a knack for arresting rock stars, buzzed the intercom with 'postman, special delivery' and burst in.

It now houses Pizza Express on the ground floor and in the basement is the stylish Pheasantry music room seating 80 diners with a superb stage, sound and lighting equipment where JBGB Events bring superb musicians for individual evenings and series of cabaret presentations.

The Pheasantry Kings Road London 

http://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/popVenue.aspx

 

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St Stephens Church
st-stephens-church,-rochester-row,-london,-sw1
1
Rochester Row
London
SW1
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Leicester Square
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1
Leicester Square
London
Open to the Public
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The famous Leicester Square in the centre of London holds many exciting events.  The scenes from this famous square are known by many and holds a special excitement for visitors and residents of London.

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PizzaExpress Live: Holborn
Pizza Express High Holborn
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1
99 High Holborn
London
WC1V 6LQ
020 7831 5305
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Pizza Express has become something of a London institution. Serving consistently excellent Italian pizzas quickly in pleasant unfussy surroundings, and now of course they have their famous Jazz offerings.

Relax in a pleasant atmosphere and experience the music of some of the best Jazz musicians.

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St Andrew's Club
St Andrew's Club
st-andrews-club
1
Alec Wizard House
12 Old Pye Street, Westminster
London
SW1P 2DG
020 7222 6481
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st Andrews Club LondonClubs like St Andrew’s have been important social drivers, pre-empting reform and improving the lives of the less fortunate in society, they serve as a foundation for local communities and as a hub for individual achievement.

It was founded in 1866 with the spirit of Victorian philanthropy for the young working men of London struggling to survive during the Industrial Revolution. Boys from the ages of 12 to 18 paid their wages into the Club and in return received an education, a place to stay and a rigorous sports programme.

St Andrew’s pre-eminence in youth work continued into the 20th Century, with the desire to improve the lives of London’s disadvantaged young workers outweighed by any financial burdens incurred.

In September 1984, our current premises, Alec Wizard House, was opened by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh. St Andrew’s continues to provide exciting and meaningful programmes for over 700 members each year. It continues to meet the demands of the day with innovation and invention while holding onto proven practices that have worked for more than 150 years – a priceless community asset.

 
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The Other Palace
London Jazz Venue, The Other Palace
The Other Palace London
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The Other Palace London close to Victoria Station state of the art 312 seat theatre where JBGB Events presents wonderful Jazz and musical events.
1
St. James Studio
Palace Street, Westminster,
London
SW1E 5JA
0844 264 2140
https://www.theotherpalace.co.uk
#36767b
Please enquire
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A short walk around the corner from Victoria Station and before you get to Buckingham Palace, is the first newly built central London theatre in 30 years. 

A theatre of choice for the best regional transfers, the perfect space for mid-scale musicals and musical reviews, or the first stop of ambitious productions with designs on the West End, showcasing visionary artists that will appeal to all ages.

The Other Palace opened to the public in September 2012. Built on the site of the former Westminster Theatre in Victoria , the venue includes a state-of-the-art 312 seat theatre, the The Other Palace performance space, with seating for 110 and 10 standing, Broadcast TV facilities and a bustling cafe bar and brasserie designed by architect Tim Foster.

 

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The Other Palace Studio
London Jazz Venue, The Other Palace
The Other Palace London
the-other-palace-studio
The Other Palace London close to Victoria Station state of the art 312 seat theatre where JBGB Events presents wonderful Jazz and musical events.
1
St. James Studio
Palace Street, Westminster,
London
SW1E 5JA
0844 264 2140
https://www.theotherpalace.co.uk
#36767b
Please enquire
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A short walk around the corner from Victoria Station and before you get to Buckingham Palace, is the first newly built central London theatre in 30 years. 

A theatre of choice for the best regional transfers, the perfect space for mid-scale musicals and musical reviews, or the first stop of ambitious productions with designs on the West End, showcasing visionary artists that will appeal to all ages.

The Other Palace opened to the public in September 2012. Built on the site of the former Westminster Theatre in Victoria , the venue includes a state-of-the-art 312 seat theatre, the The Other Palace performance space, with seating for 110 and 10 standing, Broadcast TV facilities and a bustling cafe bar and brasserie designed by architect Tim Foster.

 

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The Army & Navy Club
London Jazz Venue, The Army & Navy Club
The Army & Navy Club - The Rag
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The Army & Navy Club, Mayfair, London private members club where JBGB Events presents wonderful Jazz and musical events. Known as The Rag
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36 - 39 Pall Mall
London
SW1Y 5JN
020 7930 9721
https://www.therag.co.uk
#36767b
Please enquire
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The Army & Navy Club, affectionately known as 'The Rag' is an Private Members Club in St. James's, London, originally founded for former and serving officers of the British and Commonwealth Armed Services, and their immediate relatives. 

The Military Members Club has been situated in St James’s  since 1837 and on the present site since 1851. The picture represents the Club in 1890, 70 years before its reconstruction. With the building becoming ever more uneconomical, it consequently went through a total re-build in 1962.

As a result, the Clubhouse combines the ambience of tradition and modern facilities without pretentiousness and offers members, guests and event organisers the ultimate homely feel.The Army & Navy Club, affectionately known as 'The Rag' is an Private Members Club in St. James's, London, originally founded for former and serving officers of the British and Commonwealth Armed Services, and their immediate relatives. 

 

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Cambridge Modern Jazz
cambridge-modern-jazz-2
1
Hidden Room
7b Jesus Lane
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB5 8BA
01223362550
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Cambridge Modern Jazz Club

Joan Morrell founded Cambridge Modern Jazz Club in 1972 and ran it successfully until her death in November 2011. 

Like Joan herself, the club has never been comfortable with the status-quo and over the years has inhabited no less than ten venues around Cambridge. These have ranged from pub rooms to restaurants, night clubs and even the idyllic surroundings of Kettle's Yard, one of the country's leading modern art galleries. The club now enters it's fifth decade in robust good health at the Hidden Rooms, Jesus Lane. As Joan was always quick to point out, CMJC is the longest standing jazz club in the East of England...and long may it continue!

Ever a modernist, Joan played a major role in developing the early careers of numerous fledgling players who went on to become internationally renowned artists. One such, Iain Ballamy, remembers Joan's enthusiasm to programme new, experimental, imaginative and sometimes obscure acts. Joan's guiding principle was to champion, respect and support the music rather than ticket sales.

Joan's policies have earned the club genuine respect and credibility from the multitude of musicians who have played here and the numerous established and young artists seeking to use our platform today. 

The club is now run by a strong committee which continues to promote the highest quality in creative music. CMJ has rightly earned its place as a prime venue for national and international touring artists. Truly the home of jazz in Cambridge.

Take a look at this fantastic article that tells you so much more about this great venue.

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Ropetackle Arts Centre
Ropetackle Arts Centre Shoreham West Sussex
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1
Little High Street
Shoreham-by-Sea
West Sussex
BN43 5EG
01273 464440
http://ropetacklecentre.co.uk
Monday – Saturday: 10am-4.30pm / Sunday & Bank Holidays: Closed
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Ropetackle Arts Centre is a multi-award winning*, community-run arts venue that attracts some of the biggest and best performing arts events in the UK. Situated in the heart of Shoreham, West Sussex, our goal is to stage events for all tastes and budgets for the good folk of Adur and beyond.

A registered charity, and staffed almost exclusively by volunteers (including our Trustees), Ropetackle Arts Centre is run by and for the local community. Friendly, welcoming, diverse and fun, we guarantee a great night out at a fair price.

The superbly equipped auditorium performance space seats 200, or 350 standing. There is a separate mezzanine space (for small events or meetings), two well-stocked bars, plus a large light and airy foyer which houses our in-house café.

‘Staffed by volunteers, the friendly community atmosphere brings out the best from performers’ ~ The Argus

‘A venue that people are really getting to love and a great booking policy there’ ~ Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2

*Entertainment Venue Of The Year – Sussex Life Awards 2016; Best Live Venue – Argus Guide Going Out Awards 2014
Finalist: Entertainment Venue Of The Year, Sussex Life Awards 2015
TripAdvisor Certificate Of Excellence 2016, 2015

 
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St John's Smith Square
London Jazz Venue, St John's Smith Square
venue/london/jazz/st-johns-smith-square
St. John's Smith Square unique baroque music venue used for gigs by JBGB Events.
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London
SW1P 3HA
020 7222 1061
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St John's Smiths Square venue for JBGB Events Live Music

St John’s Smith Square is not only a musical landmark but also an architectural landmark that encapsulates all that is London.  St John’s has exceptional acoustics, the atmosphere is warm and welcoming and together it makes for a fabulous venue for JBGB Events to present its highly thought of and sought after live musical events.

St John’s is a unique music venue with its Baroque architecture designed and built by Thomas Archer and was restored in the late 1960’s after surviving fire, lightning and the Blitz. 

Leading artists have been thrilled to play at St John’s and have performed fabulously inspiring and beautiful programmes.

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The Apex
Suffolk Jazz Venue, The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
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The award-winning venue is known for its acoustic excellence and is home to a diverse programme of live music and events; from classical concerts to pop, rock, jazz, blues, world, country and folk, plus comedy and dance performances.
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Charter Square
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk
IP33 3FD
01284 758000
https://www.theapex.co.uk
10.30am - til late
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The Apex in Bury St.Edmunds, Suffolk, is the home of live music in East Anglia

Following extensive building work over three years, The Apex opened its doors for the first time on October 8th 2010. 

Several years on the management can still remember the incredible buzz and excitement coupled with the terror and sheer exhaustion of the opening couple of weeks!
 
The award-winning venue is known for its acoustic excellence and is home to a diverse programme of live music and events; from classical concerts to pop, rock, jazz, blues, world, country and folk, plus comedy and dance performances.

A contemporary Art Gallery is sited on the first floor of The Apex and is open Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm & Sunday 10am-4pm. 

Pre-show dining is now available from just £5.50! The seasonal menus offer a wide selection of mouth-watering main courses, delicious desserts and sides suitable for both adults and children.

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Grange St Paul's Hotel
London Jazz Venue, Grange St Paul's Hotel
venue/london/jazz/grange-st-pauls-hotel
Grange St. Paul's Hotel is a luxury 5-Star hotel, nestled beside St Paul's Cathedral in London's bustling business district and venue for live music offerings from JBGB Events.
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10 Godliman Street
London
EC4V 5AJ
020 8747 5024
http://www.grangehotels.com/hotels-london/grange-st-pauls/about-grange-st-pauls/
24 Hour
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Grange St. Paul's Hotel is a luxury 5-Star hotel, nestled beside St Paul's Cathedral in London's bustling business district.

Its contemporary glass interior houses 433 guest bedrooms, an array of bars and restaurants.

The hotel also has two expansive floors of meeting and events space.

A superb venue for the Gala events and live music offerings.

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Crazy Coqs
London Jazz Venue, Crazy Coqs
venue/london/jazz/crazy-coqs
Crazy Coqs London's leading cabaret style venue,live music in an intimate purpose made cabaret room. JBGB Events are proud to be associated with this venue.
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20 Sherwood Street
London
W1F 7ED
0207 734 4888
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Mon - Sun - Evenings Only. See individual shows for times.
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This is London's leading cabaret style entertainment venue featuring international artists in an intimate compelling purpose made cabaret room, part of the Brasserie Zedel complex owned by the company that created the Capital city's famous dining experiences the Woolsley and the Delaunay.  An intimate and unique cabaret & performance venue, in an extraordinary Art Deco setting, with a mixed programme of live entertainment. 

"Astonishing room... with real character... the decor is unforgettable." 
Sebastian Scotney, LondonJazz

"London's most exquisite cabaret venue."
Beige Magazine

www.brasseriezedel.com/crazy-coqs

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The Stables Theatre
Milton Keynes Jazz Venue, The Stables Theatre
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The fantastic Stables established by Dame Cleo Laine & Sir John Dankworth. JBGB Events are pleased to present live performances of Jazz and Classical Music here.
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The Stables Theatre
Stockwell Lane
Wavendon
Milton Keynes
MK17 8LU
01908 280814
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Established by Dame Cleo Laine and Sir John Dankworth in outbuildings at their home in October 2000 as a venue for concerts and education activities. The second phase of the development came in 2007 and it is now home to The Jim Marshall Auditorium. This fantastic space has a capacity of 448 (398 seated and 50 standing) and Stage 2 (80 seated and 20 standing or 100 standing) and presents an impressive 300 + concerts and 250 education sessions a year.

The intimate auditorium has proved to be a favourite venue for many fine musicians such as Joan Armatrading, Courtney Pine, Dave Brubeck Nigel Kennedy and a host of other renowned artists.

 

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Bank House Hotel
Norfolk Jazz Venue, Bank House Hotel
venue/norfolk/jazz/bank-house-hotel
The Bank House King's Lynn is a historic waterfront venue for great food and drink and JBGB Events offer amazing evenings of musical entertainment.
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Bank House
King's Staithe Square
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 1RD
01553 660492
http://www.thebankhouse.co.uk
Please enquire
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King’s Lynn’s Bank House, once described as one of the finest houses in King’s Lynn, is an excellent example of a Grade II listed Georgian town house.

In the 1780's Joseph Gurney set up his first bank in Bank House and a dent is still visible in the wooden floor of the Counting House, now the front room of the Brasserie.

Over the front door stands a fine statue of Charles I.  The statue is said to have arrived in a wheelbarrow looking for a home when its original home in Tuesday Market Place was demolished.

The house became offices for tax inspectors, lawyers and shipbrokers and after a time a beautiful private home, offering bed and breakfast.  In 2007 Bank House came on the market and Jeannette and Anthony Goodrich, who already owned and ran The Rose & Crown in Snettisham couldn't resist the possibilities offered by both Bank House and King’s Lynn.

Now not only a fabulous venue on the waterfront for great food and drink in the most intimate surroundings, but also a place to stay with stylish bedrooms and, of course, now a must go to location for wonderful evenings of musical entertainment presented by JBGB Events. 

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PizzaExpress Jazz Club (Soho)
London Jazz Venue, Pizza Express Jazz Club
Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho
venue/london/jazz/pizza-express-jazz-club
Pizza Express Jazz Club Soho great Jazz gig venue for London. JBGB Events gives you up close and personal to the artists with amazing atmosphere and great pizza!
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Dean Street
Soho
London
W1D 3RW
0845 6027 017
http://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/jazzVenue.aspx
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Doors Open: 7pm
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Customers flock to the Club to enjoy a special experience: live jazz of the highest standard in a unique environment, and delicious pizza!

Over the years, many of the world's finest jazz musicians have taken to this stage including Roy Haynes, Kenny Garrett, Martin Taylor, Scott Hamilton and Mose Allison. With live jazz seven nights a week it is also a showcase for new talent: Norah Jones, Jamie Cullum, Diana Krall, Brad Mehldau, Amy Winehouse, Danilo Perez, Stacey Kent, Avishai Cohen, Acoustic Alchemy, Peter Cincotti, Peter White and Rokia Traoré have all appeared and dazzled audiences.

The word “Club” in the name relates to the warm atmosphere and comfortable surroundings, not the entrance policy – you do not need to be a member to visit, though booking in advance is recommended.

Once seated you’ll be amazed how close you are, musically and physically (none of the tables are far from the stage), to the performers. Add a state-of-the-art sound system and you can not imagine a better venue in which to appreciate live music.

Dean Street connects two of the most popular areas of the West End, Shaftesbury Avenue and Oxford Street. The Club is 30 seconds walk west of Soho Square, or one minute walk south down to Dean Street from Oxford Street. Nearest tube station Tottenham Court Road.

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The Lansdowne Club
London Jazz Venue, The Lansdowne Club
The Lansdowne Club, Mayfair
venue/london/jazz/the-lansdowne-club
The Lansdowne Club Mayfair is a private members club and a wonderful venue for early evening Jazz musical offerings organised by JBGB Events.
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Fitzmaurice Place
Mayfair
London
W1J 5JD
020 7629 7200
7 days a week 12:30 - 9:30pm
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Set in the heart of Mayfair, just off Berkeley Square in the West End, the Lansdowne Club is a private members' club in the heart of London, where men and women have always been welcomed with equal status.

The Lansdowne Club is a haven of tranquillity where 18th century grandeur and stylish Art Deco meets 21st century vitality. Perfect for relaxationrecreation and business, the Lansdowne Club offers an unrivalled range of facilities, accommodation and sports amenities. The Club also offers an exciting social events calendar.

The recently renovated and just spectacular ballroom is the venue for early evening concerts by leading musicians presented exclusively for Club members and their guests, by JBGB Events.

The Lansdowne Club, Fitzmaurice Place, Mayfair, London 

http://www.lansdowneclub.com

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St. James Studio
London Jazz Venue, St. James Studio
St.James Studio, London
venue/jazz/st-james-studio
St James Studio London just a short walk from Victoria Station is a intimate venue for the Jazz gigs and classical music events organised by JBGB Events.
Palace Street
Westminster
London
SW1E 5JA
0844 264 2140
http://stjamestheatre.co.uk
#36767b
Please enquire.
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A short walk around the corner from Victoria Station and before you get to Buckingham Palace, is the first newly built central London theatre in 30 years. 

Enjoying the character and intimacy of a cabaret space, the versatility of a theatre, with the acoustics of a concert hall, the St. James Studio has also established itself. With a judiciously curated programme of cabaret, jazz, comedy, musicals, and theatre, often in the same week, the Studio is now widely, recognised as a champion of new musical writing, new cabaret, lunchtime theatre and political comedy.

St James Theatre opened to the public in September 2012. Built on the site of the former Westminster Theatre in Victoria , the venue includes a state-of-the-art 312 seat theatre, the St.James Studio performance space, (where we present our JBGB Events events ) with seating for 110 and 10 standing, Broadcast TV facilities and a bustling cafe bar and brasserie designed by architect Tim Foster.

http://www.stjamestheatre.co.uk 

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The Hoste
Norfolk Jazz Venue, St. James Studio
The Hoste Arms, Norfolk
venue/norfolk/jazz/the-hoste
The Hoste is a fabulous venue for JBGB Events Jazz music events based in Norfolk. Great food and entertainment and you can stay and make a night of it.
The Green
Burnham Market
Norfolk
PE31 8HD
01328 738777
http://www.thehoste.com/parties-events/the-hoste-of-jazz/
Open 7 days a week, 10am to 5pm
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The Hoste Arms, The Green, Burnham Market, Norfolk, PE31 8HD 01328 738 777

Located in the pretty village of Burnham Market, with its excellent local shops and traditional village green, The Hoste is only a couple of miles from the spectacular Norfolk coastline, designated an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The Hoste is comprised of six individual properties, all of which are situated in the village. The original boutique hotel, The Hoste, sits within an historic building dating back to the 16th century, overlooking the village green. The Hoste offers guests thirty seven individually designed bedrooms, two acclaimed restaurants serving modern British food, traditional panelled bar and Beauty Spa.

The newly built Garden Room, seating 100 diners with a performance stage is the venue for The Hoste of Jazz, a series of summer and autumn dinners from The Hoste's a la carte menu followed by concert performances by outstanding British and International musicians, selected, presented and showcased by JBGB Events for The Hoste of Jazz.

Just across the green is the Georgian splendour of Vine House with a further eight luxurious ensuite rooms and a pretty wisteria-clad walled garden, whilst nestled on the edge of the village is Railway House, a former train station that is now home to seven stylish rooms and Railway Carriage, a unique, vintage-style, romantic hideaway that is perfect for couples. Those looking to hold intimate gatherings at luxury hotels will be glad to hear of our special offers. The Hoste’s neighbouring three self-catering Luxury Holiday Cottages make the ideal base for a beach holiday or weekend retreat and work very well for families and larger groups. This is wonderful dog-walking country and The Hoste offers a number of dog friendly rooms. The amenities rival that of other spa hotels and boutique hotels within the area.

The Hoste Burnham Market, Norfolk 

http://www.thehoste.com 

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The Pheasantry
London Jazz Venue, The Pheasantry
Pizza Express Live: Pheasantry, Chelsea London
venue/london/jazz/the-pheasantry
The Pheasantry, Chelsea London this historic building houses Pizza Express on the ground floor and the basement for fabulous Jazz gigs organised by JBGB Events
152 Kings Road
Chelsea
London
SW3 4UT
0845 6027 017
http://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/popList.aspx
Mon - Thu: 11:30-23:30
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The Pheasantry is an historic Georgian building originally used to raise pheasants for the royal household. 

It's had many distinguished residents including Augustus John and Annigoni. Famous ballerina Serafima Alexandrovna Astafieva opened her school here on the first floor in 1916. She taught prima ballerinas Alicia Markova and Margot Fonteyn here.

It was also the home of Eleanor Thornton, thought to have been the model for The Spirit of Ecstasy mascots on the bonnets of Rolls Royce cars.

Dylan Thomas used to drink here when it was a club in the 1930's.

In 1976 the six-year campaign to save The Pheasantry from dereliction reached a peak. Under the patronage of Sir John Betjeman, the Friends of The Pheasantry wanted the building restored with residential studios, an art gallery, and exhibition space. They were not successful in preventing the adjoining development, but the front and gateway of the Pheasantry survived, heavily restored, as part of the rebuilding of 1971-81, forming a restaurant hemmed in by shops and offices. 

The Pheasantry nightclub was the venue for early UK gigs by Lou Reed, Queen (band) and Hawkwind, among others, and was the place where singer Yvonne Elliman was discovered by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, leading to her role in the original soundtrack recording of Jesus Christ Superstar.

Eric Clapton lived on the top floor in the late 1960's. In his latest autobiography he tells of visits from George Harrison where they would take acid and write songs. On one occasion Eric narrowly avoided arrest on drug charges by fleeing out of the back of the building just as Sergeant Norman Pilcher, a detective with a knack for arresting rock stars, buzzed the intercom with 'postman, special delivery' and burst in.

It now houses Pizza Express on the ground floor and in the basement is the stylish Pheasantry music room seating 80 diners with a superb stage, sound and lighting equipment where JBGB Events bring superb musicians for individual evenings and series of cabaret presentations.

The Pheasantry Kings Road London 

http://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/popVenue.aspx

 

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Royal Automobile Club
London Jazz Venue, The Royal Automobile Club
The Royal Automobile Club, Epsom, Surrey
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Woodcote Park
Wilmerhatch Lane
Epsom
Surrey
KT18 7EW
01372 229 233
https://www.royalautomobileclub.co.uk/
Mon - Fri: 7.30am - 11.00pm
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Founded in 1897 with the aim of encouraging the development of motoring in Britain, today the Royal Automobile Club is one of London’s finest private members' clubs, combining over 100 years of luxury and tradition with exceptional facilities and outstanding service. Members enjoy unlimited access to two superb clubhouses; the Pall Mall clubhouse, in the very heart of London, contains a unique range of accommodation, dining and sporting facilities, including what is arguably the finest swimming pool in London. 

In 1999 the Club demerged the motoring services and established an independent body, the Motor Sports Association (MSA), to govern motor sport in the UK. The Club then added contemporary facilities and refurbished both clubhouses for the benefit of its growing membership.

Today, the Club continues to prosper with a diverse membership drawn from all four corners of the globe, two stunning and unique clubhouses, a flourishing events programme and unsurpassed accommodation, dining, sports and golfing facilities. The Club continues to develop and support automobilism through its promotion of motoring events.

The Woodcote Park clubhouse in Wilmerhatch Lane, Epsom, Surrey KT18 7EW ( a short walk up to the famous Epsom Downs, the home of The Derby), is set in 350 acres of Surrey parkland, complete with two 18 hole golf courses, together with a variety of other sports facilities, dining and accommodation. 

The wonderful Cedar Room, with its panoramic views over the golf course, is the venue for the Saturday night music performances before a dining audience of over 150 members and their guests and where JBGB Events present jazz and popular music performances.

https://www.royalautomobileclub.co.uk/Staying-at-the-Club/Woodcote-Park-Facilities-&-Services 

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The Music Room
Maidstone Jazz Venue, The Music Room
The Music Room, Maidstone
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Pizza Express Maidstone has a vibrant Music Room in which JBGB Events present outstanding musicians with a jazz and cabaret feel. An elegant and intimate setting.
Freeman Walk Shopping Centre
32 - 34 Earl St
Maidstone
Kent
ME14 1PF
020 8688 5916
http://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/maidstoneVenue.aspx
Friday 7.15pm Sat/Sun 6.45pm
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The Music Room Maidstone

Set over five floors in an early 19th century building full of character, PizzaExpress in Maidstone has served customers for over 25 years.

As well as a large open-plan restaurant and five impressive function rooms, it also has a vibrant Music Room in which JBGB Events present outstanding musicians with a jazz and Cabaret feeling.

The Music Room has played host to well-established stars such as Ruby Turner, Humphrey Lyttleton, George Melly, Ray Gelato, Guy Barker and Stacey Kent, but also to local and up-and-coming talent. There are regular open-mic evenings showcasing vocal talent and these are always immensely popular with both singers and listeners. Not only high quality, you will find a very varied programme: from jazz, Latin and blues to pop, soul and even opera.

The seating is split over two levels, with the upper balcony directly overlooking the stage. Despite the surroundings, there’s nothing old-fashioned about the superb modern sound and lighting system!

The Music Room is an elegant and intimate setting in which to enjoy live music, and great food.
 
For late bookings call 01642 683 548
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St. James Theatre
London Jazz Venue, St. James Theatre
St. James Theatre London
venue/london/jazz/st-james-theatre
St James Theatre London close to Victoria Station state of the art 312 seat theatre where JBGB Events presents wonderful Jazz and musical events.
St. James Studio
Palace Street, Westminster,
London
SW1E 5JA
0844 264 2140
http://stjamesstudio.co.uk
Please enquire
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A short walk around the corner from Victoria Station and before you get to Buckingham Palace, is the first newly built central London theatre in 30 years. 

A theatre of choice for the best regional transfers, the perfect space for mid-scale musicals and musical reviews, or the first stop of ambitious productions with designs on the West End, showcasing visionary artists that will appeal to all ages.

St James Theatre opened to the public in September 2012. Built on the site of the former Westminster Theatre in Victoria , the venue includes a state-of-the-art 312 seat theatre, the St.James Studio performance space, with seating for 110 and 10 standing, Broadcast TV facilities and a bustling cafe bar and brasserie designed by architect Tim Foster.

http://www.stjamestheatre.co.uk

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Cambridge Modern Jazz Club
cambridge-modern-jazz-club
Hidden Room
7b Jesus Lane
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB5 8BA
01223362550
http://www.cambridgejazz.org
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Cambridge Modern Jazz Club

Joan Morrell founded Cambridge Modern Jazz Club in 1972 and ran it successfully until her death in November 2011. 

Like Joan herself, the club has never been comfortable with the status-quo and over the years has inhabited no less than ten venues around Cambridge. These have ranged from pub rooms to restaurants, night clubs and even the idyllic surroundings of Kettle's Yard, one of the country's leading modern art galleries. The club now enters it's fifth decade in robust good health at the Hidden Rooms, Jesus Lane. As Joan was always quick to point out, CMJC is the longest standing jazz club in the East of England...and long may it continue!

Ever a modernist, Joan played a major role in developing the early careers of numerous fledgling players who went on to become internationally renowned artists. One such, Iain Ballamy, remembers Joan's enthusiasm to programme new, experimental, imaginative and sometimes obscure acts. Joan's guiding principle was to champion, respect and support the music rather than ticket sales.

Joan's policies have earned the club genuine respect and credibility from the multitude of musicians who have played here and the numerous established and young artists seeking to use our platform today. 

The club is now run by a strong committee which continues to promote the highest quality in creative music. CMJ has rightly earned its place as a prime venue for national and international touring artists. Truly the home of jazz in Cambridge.

Take a look at this fantastic article that tells you so much more about this great venue.

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Pizza Express High Holborn
Pizza Express High Holborn
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99 High Holborn
London
WC1V 6LQ
020 7831 5305
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Pizza Express has become something of a London institution. Serving consistently excellent Italian pizzas quickly in pleasant unfussy surroundings, and now of course they have their famous Jazz offerings.

Relax in a pleasant atmosphere and experience the music of some of the best Jazz musicians.

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Pizza Express Live: Dean Street
London Jazz Venue, Pizza Express Jazz Club
Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho
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Pizza Express Jazz Club Soho great Jazz gig venue for London. JBGB Events gives you up close and personal to the artists with amazing atmosphere and great pizza!
Dean Street
Soho
London
W1D 3RW
0845 6027 017
http://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/jazzVenue.aspx
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Doors Open: 7pm
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Customers flock to the Club to enjoy a special experience: live jazz of the highest standard in a unique environment, and delicious pizza!

Over the years, many of the world's finest jazz musicians have taken to this stage including Roy Haynes, Kenny Garrett, Martin Taylor, Scott Hamilton and Mose Allison. With live jazz seven nights a week it is also a showcase for new talent: Norah Jones, Jamie Cullum, Diana Krall, Brad Mehldau, Amy Winehouse, Danilo Perez, Stacey Kent, Avishai Cohen, Acoustic Alchemy, Peter Cincotti, Peter White and Rokia Traoré have all appeared and dazzled audiences.

The word “Club” in the name relates to the warm atmosphere and comfortable surroundings, not the entrance policy – you do not need to be a member to visit, though booking in advance is recommended.

Once seated you’ll be amazed how close you are, musically and physically (none of the tables are far from the stage), to the performers. Add a state-of-the-art sound system and you can not imagine a better venue in which to appreciate live music.

Dean Street connects two of the most popular areas of the West End, Shaftesbury Avenue and Oxford Street. The Club is 30 seconds walk west of Soho Square, or one minute walk south down to Dean Street from Oxford Street. Nearest tube station Tottenham Court Road.

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PizzaExpress Live: Maidstone
PizzaExpress Live: Maidstone
pizzaexpress-live-maidstone
32 Earl Stree
Maidstone
Kent
ME14 1PF
020 7439 4962
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Live music has always been an important part of PizzaExpress. Founder Peter Boizot was a jazz lover and constantly sought ways to include music in his restaurants, whether at PizzaExpress branches from the late 1960s, and at his other ventures Pizza on the Park and Kettner's from the 1970s. The flagship venue at 10 Dean Street, London has hosted internationally acclaimed music since its first ticketed shows in May 1976.

A selective list of artists we have worked with over the years includes Gregory Porter, Benny Carter, Amy Winehouse, Brad Mehldau, Bill Wyman, Bud Freeman, Monty Alexander, Jamie Cullum, Brian May, Rick Wakeman, Milt Hinton, Van Morrison, Barry Harris, Cybill Shepherd, Melody Gardot, Steve Ross, Art Farmer, Diana Krall, e.s.t., Larry Carlton, Buddy Tate, George Shearing, Adelaide Hall, Benny Waters, Charlie Watts, Mose Allison, Anita O'Day, Doc Cheatham, GoGo Penguin, and many more

PizzaExpress Live is made up of a small team of experienced music industry professionals, always seeking to present the highest quality music in intimate venues – all topped off with great pizza!