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 // June 17, 2011
It’s always a pleasure to hear and listen at what’s in store for you jazz fans at one of the most innovative festivals in the jazz calendar. This year, Cheltenham had something special lined up. With some of the best international acts, it promisd to be one definitely not to miss. The programmes guest director […]
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…