Calling all Jazz fans, and anyone else looking to shake up their Sunday lunch routine. Join us every week as we invite the UK’s foremost jazz talent to perform on our Courtyard balcony, providing the ultimate soundtrack for those grabbing a bite to eat, a cup of coffee - or something a little stronger - from our delicious drinks menu.
Pull Up A Seat
100% free to attend, make sure to , and get down early to secure a seat in our Courtyard - either on the ground floor, or upstairs balcony - to enjoy live music from an exceptional line-up of artists between 1pm and 4pm. Walk-ins welcome too.
Discover the full line-up of artists confirmed to perform so far below.
01/05. Goods Way Jazz Jam - Hosted by Ed BabarThe first Sunday of every month Sunday Service is opened up to any instrumentalists/singers who would like to join in and play with the house band. Goods Way offers a friendly environment for students to perform songs that they have been practising or would like to try in a public setting, complete with PA and sound engineer, and alongside a supportive rhythm section.
If you have a jazz standard that you would like to play, then Register here, or else turn up on the day.
The 1st May will be hosted by Ed Babar a London based double bass player, bass guitarist and music educator.
As a freelance musician Ed has performed on Jools Holland and the Graham Norton Show (Liam Gallagher), Radio 1 Live Lounge and the Michael Macintyre Show (Tom Odell. For the Goods Way Jazz Jam, Ed will be joined by acclaimed British saxophonist, Fraser Smith, and pianist Tom Millar.
08/05. Ami OprenovaAmi Oprenova Vocalist, band leader & composer, returns to the UK this Spring time. As a Bulgarian musician, born in England, Ami has been featured in Women in Jazz Media Magazines and succeeded sold out shows at venues such as Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Bar, Torino Jazz Club and many more. Ami has three albums under her belt and has toured across Europe with her previous ensemble, ‘Coco ‘n’ the Fellas’. Her music is full of lyrical melodies, harmonic language and versatile rhythms. Influenced by Gypsy Swing, Blues, Bebop and World Music she uses her clear voice to express her passion in exploring all styles of jazz.
We invite you to join us for a fabulous afternoon where Ami and her trio will be bringing the old-time jazz classics as well as some of her original material that make you ‘jump for joy’!
15/05. Sara DowlingHeading up Sunday Service will be Sara Dowling, Voted Best Vocalist in the British Jazz Awards 2019, Sara is one of the UK’s leading jazz singers. She first trained as a classical cellist at Chetham’s and the Royal Northern College of Music, performing Saint-Saens Cello Concerto with the Hallé orchestra and was selected to perform for Yo Yo Ma at the Bridgewater Hall. All her musical experiences eventually led her to discover her voice and her passion for extemporisation, thus emerging as a powerful and expressive jazz vocalist and composer. Her most important influences are Betty Carter and Sarah Vaughan.
With Palestinian and Irish parentage, Sara was exposed to a wide range of music throughout her childhood: from her father’s passion for classical music and jazz to her mother’s favourite Arabic singers.
Ian Shaw said: “Rarely does a jazz singer grace our scene with such breath-taking authenticity and natural flair. Dowling is this thing.”
22/05. Martina DaSilvaJazz vocalist Martina DaSilva, a New York City native, captivates audiences with her signature blend of daring technical virtuosity and expressive emotional sensitivity. Drawing equally from the styles of early jazz, opera, and chamber music, her musicality transcends conventional genre labelling. As a Brazilian-American, Martina also has a passion for performing the works of Brazilian composers. DaSilva actively performs with her own group in addition to leading the jazz vocal harmony group, The Ladybugs. Martina
has received high praise for her performances at the Kennedy Center, the Bern International Jazz Festival, the Blue Note Jazz Festival, the NYC Hot Jazz Festival, Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Generations in Jazz Festival, and the NY Winter Jazzfest.
29/05. Doolally TapPerforming a heady hot jazz mix of rambunctious rags, swinging blues and gorgeous melodies from the 1920s, Doolally Tap’s infectious energy and outstanding musicianship continue to win them fans wherever they play. Led by ace trombonist/vocalist David Lalljee and early jazz expert/trumpeter Titch Walker, their exuberant live performances recreate all the original frolicsome fun and energy of the prohibition era in true New Orleans style. Not to be missed!
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