Shoreditch Hidden Jazz Club
Every last Sunday of the month
Ninety One Living Room
About the night
Each event will see your hosts, Theo and Jannine, invite the best and brightest from London’s vibrant jazz scene. No two nights will be the same.
Regular contributors will include:
BINKER GOLDING – MOBO Award winning tenor saxophonist whose intensity is reminiscent of John Coltrane.
VIMALA ROWE – recognised as one of the most dramatic and passionate jazz vocalists of her generation and an expert in sublime renditions of classics made famous by Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan;
CHERISE – 2019 Jazz FM Vocalist of The Year.
JAY PHELPS – scintillating trumpet master.
DENYS BAPTISTE – sublime tenor saxophonise described by Time Magazine as ‘the icon of British Jazz’.
And many others!
Discover one of London’s best kept secrets – and Airbnb’s #1 Global Music Experience – and join us at Hidden Jazz Club for an underground performance. An electrifying, intimate and fun musical experience like no other, Hidden Jazz Club is the place for Londoners in the know to discover the best of London’s jazz scene.
Completely artist run, spontaneous and relaxed, this is not like your parents’ jazz club! Launched in London in 2017 by notable UK jazz pianist and singer Theo Jackson, Hidden Jazz Club is the type of space where guests are able to connect with the artists between sets of amazing live music.
Following sold out shows everywhere from Brixton, to Tokyo, 2020 sees the launch of Hidden Jazz Club’s latest residency at Ninety-One Living Room With over 1000 5* reviews from around the world already, this is an experience not to be missed!
“Strong earthy vocals and alluring charm.” TIME OUT
“One of the most interesting jazz vocalists and composers to emerge on the British scene in recent years.” THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
About the hosts: Theo & Jannine
They are Londoners who started Hidden Jazz Club in Summer 2017.
Theo is considered “one of Britain’s finest jazz musicians and singers on the UK jazz scene and has appeared at leading venues including Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre, The Kennedy Centre (US), & JazzAhead (Germany).