The Pheasantry

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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.


Venue name: The Pheasantry
Address: 152-154 King's Rd
Transport: Tube: Sloane Sq
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  • Folk, country and blues Monday April 24 2017
  • Folk, country and blues Monday April 24 2017
  • Folk, country and blues Tuesday April 25 2017
  • Cabaret and standards Wednesday April 26 2017 - Wednesday September 20 2017
  • Pop Thursday April 27 2017 - Saturday May 27 2017
  • Jazz Saturday April 29 2017
  • Cabaret and standards Sunday April 30 2017 - Sunday June 25 2017
  • Jazz Tuesday May 2 2017 - Wednesday May 3 2017
  • Cabaret and standards Thursday May 4 2017
  • Pop Friday May 5 2017 - Monday May 15 2017
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Adrian H

This music venue, formerly a bohemian restaurant and drinking club, now part of the pizza express brand, offers an array of live entertainment and jazz. The evenings tend to cost in the region of £15 to £20 per person but the food and drinks are the usual pizza express offerings, allowing for some value for money, especially with a voucher code or redeemed clubcard / nectar points.

The venue itself is a wonderfully intimate place, located underneath the main pizza express restaurant, where you feel that you can almost touch the acts whilst they are on stage. One draw back is the incredibly low ceilings for the downstairs facilities, meaning you have to use the ones on the upper floors, which can be quite a trek.

Certainly something a little different to your usually pizza express offerings and good for a romantic meal for two as well as larger groups, which is a short walk from Sloane Square, or a slightly longer one from South Kensington.


I like this hidden Jazz venue, which offers a variety of acts at a reasonable price. The venue itself is a cool underground bar. You can have dinner and listen to live music. The fact that it is a pizza express is a bit of a double edged sword; it makes it a cheap night out but you are eating pizza express food. When listening to jazz in an underground venue I yearn for a nicely crafted martini and well you are offered anything from the pizza express menu- which is a massive anticlimax. But I guess cheap wine is just as authentic! You need to book in advance, I have yet to go a bad show. 

Staff Writer

The Pheasantry has been the venue of many artists since the past 20th century, including hosting The Beatles first recording studio. It is now part of the Pizza Express chain of restaurants and it offers an original combo of live music every evening during the week and the weekend with their classic pizza menu. This is great place for live music entertainment (book your tickets on their website in advance) and enjoying affordable simple Italian cuisine in the Sloane Square.