Jazz Clubs London
If you want to experience some of the world's best live music, you can find it across London. Trust us, we're jazz doctors. There are some fantastic dedicated Jazz bars in Soho, Camden and Shoreditch as well as other hot to trot destinations where they have regular live music spots. Kick back and listen to some incredible sax and jazz bands with some tasty food and great drinks as we have put together some of the best jazz clubs in the city that will provide a night for you to remember.
Last updated on 21st February 2017
An integral addition to their vintage cause, jazz music in London has made its way to the beloved Oriole for nights of stunning cocktails in a swish yet retro location. Sister to Nightjar, expect some of the best live acts and finest cocktails in the industry.
The mix of EP launches, new bands and established acts at Old Street Records will probably grab your attention first, but there’s also an intimate basement bar where things are a little more low-key. Head below street-level and settle in for intimate jazz nights with bespoke cocktails and authentic Italian pizzas for company.
Blues Kitchen Camden is a cool North London venue famous for both its live Blues and Jazz performances, as well as its wide Bourbon offering. Eat well, sample the many different types of bourbons and craft ales, and enjoy live music performances at one of the most talked about jazz venues in London.
Looking for a top notch dose of jazz in East London? Then head on over to Boisdale in Canary Wharf as this legendary music venue and bar promises a fun-filled roster alongside a plethora of smoky, romantic nights in the city for any and all jazz lovers.
Jazz is all about community and sound, and that's something The Forge knows all too well. Not only a top venue in Camden for drinks and South American dining, they're bringing it home with some of the best jazz musicians and bands in the business.
One of the country’s best Jazz singers will be descending on Megaro Bar to explore the truly great songs in British history. Taking the tunes from the golden age of songwriting, taking inspiration from Hollywood films from the 1920s up until the 1960s – where many of the greatest songs are surprisingly British!
With dinner and jazz in London combined, you're looking at one of the plushest nights out in the city. Not only a heralded Italian restaurant in the heart of the city, Diciannove promise a unique selection of live jazz acts every Thursday night for pure, dining indulgence.
An international-award winning bar in Shoreditch, NOLA is inspired by the rich history and cool ambience of New Orleans. Expect regular live jazz and blues as you sip on some the best cocktails London has to offer.
This speakeasy prohibition bar features jazz from the 1930's in a grown up and classy environment. The Nightjar Bar was created as an antidote to the overcrowded bars of London. Come here for the varied live music and late nights on the decks. Booking essential.
Toulouse Lautrec is one charismatic place to catch some live jazz. An intimate brasserie and wine bar tucked away in Kennington, this place oozes with bohemian Parisian charm, hosting an eclectic range of music styles from jazz to swing, funk to soul. Check out their ever-changing line-up of special events; no two nights are the same here!
Enjoy some of the best views of London as you cruise down the Thames on Tattershall Castle and listen to some of the smoothest jazz. The night will consist of a river cruise and the best jazz musicians playing a hot playlist; there's three dates to choose from including a ten-hour Christmas special.
A juiced up joint in the heart of Broadway Market, Kansas Smitty's are providing classic jazz antics with a cosmopolitan twist. From roaring nights of live music and dancing thanks to guest musicians, to pepped up cocktails and giddy patrons, head down to Kansas Smitty's for an intimate experience in a truly bashful basement bar in the city.
They say Jazz is the smoothest and sexiest music in the world, so learn to move to those sultry beats at Drink Shop Do’s All That Jazz Chicago Dance Class. Come down for an hour of jazz hands, piano keys and cold, cold gin.