Posted by Hash Varsani // November 21, 2012
London’s St. James Theatre is quickly becoming one of London’s hottest venues. With a schedule full of events, such as stand-up comedy shows and the jazzy Friday nights, a sophisticated bar serving fancy cocktails and fine wines and brasserie making delicious food, it is the place to be if you happen to be in town and want to have a very good time.
Posted by Hash Varsani // November 28, 2011
The Vortex Jazz Club is one of the cultural hits of Hackney. After relocation to Gillet Street, it’s gone from strength to strength with a consistency of musical quality of the highest standard. A perfect little club for those cosy nights out to hear some great contemporary jazz.
Posted by Hash Varsani // July 4, 2011
A favourite among them all as well as the most famous, Big Ron.
Posted by Hash Varsani // July 1, 2011
Way back in the 1970’s, the London Borough of Camden had the enlightened idea of adding a Jazz Week to their long-established Camden Festival. Over the following fifteen or more years, the Camden Jazz Week was held at several venues around the borough – the Roundhouse, Shaw Theatre, Logan Hall, Bloomsbury Theatre, the Forum – […]
Posted by Hash Varsani // February 24, 2011
One of the first clubs I kept on going back to, the 6 is the epitome of a classic jazz club. If you walked passed it you wouldn’t know that some of the best international artists have played here. The entrance is a basic brick arch, one lamp and stairs taking you into the basement of this welcoming character of a club…