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Jazz in London

Great live gigs, legendary venues and late-night jam sessions – we’ve got jazz in the capital covered

© Michael Kirby / Time Out

Whether you’re a long-time lover of the genre or a total newbie, London’s got something to keep all jazz fans entertained. With top-notch nights taking place week in, week out, and with a solid selection of venues offering not just sweet sounds but a sweet atmosphere too, the capital’s jazz nuts are spoilt rotten.

The best jazz venues in London

Ronnie Scott's

Opened in1959, this legendary Soho institution made its name as the first club to host American jazz musicians in the UK

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Soho

Vortex

The Vortex has developed a strong profile on London's improv jazz scene and is now well known for its exciting programming

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Chelsea

606 Club

Catering to a diverse crowd of serious jazz types in search of late-night sounds, this club has been part of London's musical landscape since 1976

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Chelsea

Pizza Express Jazz Club

There are few better pairings than pizza and jazz. The 120-capacity basement is one of Europe's best modern mainstream jazz venues

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Soho

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Morden Arms P
Morden Arms P

The Morden Arms, Greenwich SE10, proudly hosts The Brunch Bunch trad jazz and swingtime band on Wednesday April 6, 9 pm onwards. A traditional side street pub (corner of Brand Street and Circus Street), close to Greenwich station (Southeastern Trains and DLR). Free entry. Currently serving Truman's beers. You can follow us on Twitter @MordenArmsSE10

Chris G
Chris G

Jazz @ the Manor presents

27th December 12:30 - 3:00pm  Bill Ashton's Graduates 

at the Ruislip Conservative Club

56-58 Ickenham Rd Ruislip HA4 7dq admission £10

20 plus BIG BAND featuring Ex members of the National youth Jazz Orchestra

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Michelle 'Shelley' A
Michelle 'Shelley' A

@Dan B I am writing a piece on London Jazz Clubs - I shall certainly check this out - sound very interesting :) 

anna
anna

veRy strANGE all above venues do not show their coming programmes?