I am very grateful to the guy who took me there. Had a wonderful time and will take any chance to go again. I do recommend this to anyone who isn't in music professionally but wants to be there in any ways. Absolutely relaxing atmosphere and don't be shy to stand in front of others and microphone. All this will you remind there is something else apart work, bills, fashion, food and all the rest we are involved in our daily life.
Until Sun May 26 2013
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Jul 17 2012
Former host Grace Note has now given way to Bea Flatt (both of them bearing a passing resemblakce to one Martyn Niele, the show's musical director and a veteran of Bloolips and 'Star Follies') but both know how to tinkle the ivories. Join Bea for a night of 'sheet music karaoke' from ragtime to Bond themes, silent film and more with help from the audience.