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Jazz Cafe

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Time Out says

In 2020 the Jazz Cafe celebrates 30 years in business, having brought some of the most respected names in the jazz and soul world – D’Angelo, Amy Winehouse, Adele, Roy Ayers, Bobby Womack – to Camden Town.

A few years back the venue (once a branch of Barclays bank) was bought by The Columbo Group, proprietors of XOYO, Phonox, the Old Queen’s Head and more great London venues. It reopened with a new look, a technical upgrade and a revamped food and drink menu, plus a ‘reinvigorated bookings approach’: more new and rising acts, but still with a focus on funk, soul, R&B and electronic music.

With a capacity of 440 it’s an intimate gig space, and the two-level layout offers you a choice: get sweaty in the downstairs standing area, or book an upstairs table for a bit of luxury and a guaranteed good view.


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New Year's Eve at The Jazz Cafe

Ring in 2023 in Camden with a combination of live music from neo-soul band Zebede, jazz pianist and singer-songwriter Reuben James and a yet-to-be-announced special guest, plus DJs playing late into the night. You can either spend the night on the Jazz Cafe’s dance floor or, if you don’t mind spending a bit more, in the mezzanine restaurant. 

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