Time Out says
Posted: Tue Feb 5 2013
The successor to the institution that was Pizza on the Park, this jazz and cabaret venue is also part of the Pizza Express stable. The bright, high basement space has something of a cruise-ship feel (where does that staircase actually go...?) and sight lines aren't always great but it's the city's premier outpost of New York-style jazz-singing, musical-theatre-influenced cabaret work, often attracting big names from the West End and across the pond.
What's on at The Pheasantry
Alternative rock, Pop
Dark alternative pop by the London-based singer-songwriter and her accompanist, Elliott James.
The blues musician, who is currently a tenor saxophonist and flautist with Jools Holland, performs solo.
Jazz and experimental
A performance by the jazz vocalist and her trio. With support from Patrick Cornelius Quartet.
Anglo-French singer-songwriter performs acoustic. With support from Zoe White, The Decibelle.
World, Blues, roots and country, Pop, Folk, Acoustic
Puppini Sister O'Brien strikes out from the sweet, retro harmonies of her band to try and stamp her own identity on the scene.
The singer-songwriter sisters Stephanie and Elena Hargreaves from Nottingham perform their self-penned pop songs with folk, soul and Latin influences.