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Get Lost In The Sounds And Sights Of London's Past

Get Lost In The Sounds And Sights Of London's Past

At the Museum of Lost Sounds. | Sponsor
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 22-23 October 2016

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 22-23 October 2016

Chocolate tasting, live music in a bookshop, and more. | By Londonist
What To See At London Jazz Festival 2016

What To See At London Jazz Festival 2016

Our pick from the impressive line-up. | By Liam Izod
The Best Places To Watch Jazz On A Budget In London

The Best Places To Watch Jazz On A Budget In London

Live music without breaking the bank. | By Eleanor Ross
Where To Be Mod In London

Where To Be Mod In London

Who are you? | By Victoria Thomas
Deal Of The Day: Jazz And Blues, Dinner And Drinks

Deal Of The Day: Jazz And Blues, Dinner And Drinks

From £8. | By Partner
Deal Of The Day: In The Mood For Cocktails And Jazz?

Deal Of The Day: In The Mood For Cocktails And Jazz?

Gin or rum. Or both. | Sponsor
Street Artist Thierry Noir Reviewed: New Show At Shoreditch Gallery

Street Artist Thierry Noir Reviewed: New Show At Shoreditch Gallery

Art mixes with music. | By Silvia Baretta ★★★★☆
Deal Of The Day: Jazz And Cocktails In The City

Deal Of The Day: Jazz And Cocktails In The City

Gin or rum? | Sponsor
Deal Of The Day: Live Music Aboard The Golden Hinde

Deal Of The Day: Live Music Aboard The Golden Hinde

Drake's famous ship gets a jazz injection. | Sponsor
Deal Of The Day: Live Jazz And A Free Cocktail Short

Deal Of The Day: Live Jazz And A Free Cocktail Short

Good music for just £5. | Sponsor
Southbank Centre Welcomes A Musician You Might Not Realise You Know

Southbank Centre Welcomes A Musician You Might Not Realise You Know

An Ethiopian to whom many samplers owe a debt. | By Chris Lockie
Porgy And Bess, Outdoors In The Summertime

Porgy And Bess, Outdoors In The Summertime

Gershwin's classic musical in Regent's Park. | By DannyH
London's Big Bands

London's Big Bands

And how to join their ranks. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Four Femmes On The Thames

New London Music: Four Femmes On The Thames

They're very funny, but don't hold that against them. | By Chris Lockie
Free World Music Festival Offers World Cup Respite

Free World Music Festival Offers World Cup Respite

The World Cup's not the only global event coming our way. | By Chris Lockie
London Music Festival Guide 2014

London Music Festival Guide 2014

Our pick of the best summer shindigs. | By Chris Lockie
Book Now For The London Latin Music Festival

Book Now For The London Latin Music Festival

Funk, samba, Afrobeat, hip hop, jazz and tango! | By Chris Lockie
See Darren Hayman At The Vortex Club

See Darren Hayman At The Vortex Club

The prodigious singer-songwriter comes to town for a pair of gigs. | By Chris Lockie
Party Like It’s 1929: Trinity Presents The Last Word

Party Like It’s 1929: Trinity Presents The Last Word

Jazz, food, cocktails...what more do you need. | By Janan Jay
London Short Fiction: Jazz Code And The Tube

London Short Fiction: Jazz Code And The Tube

An unexpected friend request. | By Londonist
London Jazz Festival 2013: Mapped

London Jazz Festival 2013: Mapped

Jazz in concert halls, churches, pubs and museums. | By TimW
Top 10 London Christmas Concerts 2012

Top 10 London Christmas Concerts 2012

Carols and seasonal classical, jazz and folk events to get you in the mood. | By TimW

In Pictures: London Jazz Festival 2012

Exclusive images from the capital's 10-day jazz celebration. | By TimW
The Mermaid Of Hampstead Heath

The Mermaid Of Hampstead Heath

An original, surreal London song inspires a beautiful painting. | By Lindsey
London Jazz Festival 2012 - On The Cheap

London Jazz Festival 2012 - On The Cheap

Festival preview for events that charge no more than 15 quid. | By TimW
Preview: Made In Prague Festival

Preview: Made In Prague Festival

New Czech Cinema gets a showcase, alongside an exciting Czech jazz series. | By Ben_Fowler
London Jazz Festival Preview: A Gig @ Chappell Of Bond Street

London Jazz Festival Preview: A Gig @ Chappell Of Bond Street

A Musical Portrait of Oscar Peterson in the historic piano hall. | By Lindsey
Live Music Tip: Upstairs Bar At Ronnie Scott's

Live Music Tip: Upstairs Bar At Ronnie Scott's

The legendary club's upstairs space offers a range of live music at bargain prices. | By TimW
Preview: The New St James Theatre

Preview: The New St James Theatre

It's not everyday London gets a new theatre. We had a sneak preview. | By Zoe Craig
Preview: Major Free Jazz Festival In Dalston

Preview: Major Free Jazz Festival In Dalston

The Vortex Jazz Club and adjoining Gillett Square host a major music event this weekend. | By TimW
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 22-28 May

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 22-28 May

Our pick of the top dance, opera, theatre, art, folk, jazz and classical music events. | By TimW
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 8 – 14 May

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 8 – 14 May

Our pick of this week's top dance, opera, theatre, art, folk, jazz and classical music events | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 1 – 7 May

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 1 – 7 May

This week’s hottest theatre, dance, opera, classical, world music, jazz and art events | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 3 – 9 April

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 3 – 9 April

Our pick of the new art, theatre, dance, and music shows this week | By Zoe Craig
Music Preview: Jazzmeet @ Floripa

Music Preview: Jazzmeet @ Floripa

Exuberant live music and a funky dancefloor for free | By Londonist
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 20-26 March

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 20-26 March

Tasty-sounding art, theatre, dance, classical and jazz events taking place this week | By Zoe Craig
Where Are The Best Jazz Venues In London?

Where Are The Best Jazz Venues In London?

Tips from some of the capital’s leading musicians. | By TimW
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 14 – 20 February

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 14 – 20 February

Our pick of the new art, theatre, dance, classical and jazz events on offer this week | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 24 – 30 January

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 24 – 30 January

The new theatre, dance, opera, art shows, exhibitions, and classical and jazz events in London this week | By Zoe Craig
Music Preview: Brandenburg Spring Choral Festival

Music Preview: Brandenburg Spring Choral Festival

Banish the New Year blues with some choral music. | By TimW
Dining Beyond Zone 1: The Hideaway

Dining Beyond Zone 1: The Hideaway

Music and munchies in a venue that really lives up to its name... | By Ben Norum
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 15-21 November

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 15-21 November

Our pick of the best of London's cultural calendar for this week | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 8-14 November

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 8-14 November

Here's our pick of the top exhibitions, theatre, dance, jazz, classical and opera on offer in London this week | By Zoe Craig
Club Watch: Speakeasy Sunday @ Hideaway

Club Watch: Speakeasy Sunday @ Hideaway

Jazz heads to South London...Nice. | By Dave Newbury
Top Ten London Jazz Festival Gigs

Top Ten London Jazz Festival Gigs

A dose of jazz a day keeps the doctor away. | By TimW
Preview : The Horne Section @ Criterion Theatre

Preview : The Horne Section @ Criterion Theatre

Look out for the "mighty 6-headed jazz comedy beast" lurking in The Horne Section | By Ruth
Music Preview: Miles Davis Project Band @ St James's Church

Music Preview: Miles Davis Project Band @ St James's Church

Not just your usual tribute to Smiley Miles, The Miles Davis Project Band up the ante with their homage to the great trumpeter and his bands. | By suke
Preview: Kings Place Festival 2011

Preview: Kings Place Festival 2011

100 events over four days for free or £4.50 | By Lindsey
Preview: Mill Hill Music Festival 2011

Preview: Mill Hill Music Festival 2011

Who needs Glastonbury when you're got the RAF Museum, Hendon? | By Lindsey
Preview: Ealing Summer Festivals 2011

Preview: Ealing Summer Festivals 2011

All sorts of music, comedy and family fun in Ealing parks this July | By Lindsey
Music Review: Girl Talk, I Am Woman @ The Pheasantry SW3

Music Review: Girl Talk, I Am Woman @ The Pheasantry SW3

Loose Women meets the coolest of song stylings in a classy cabaret from Mari Wilson, Gwyneth Herbert and the sensational Barb Jungr at the top of her form. | By Johnny Fox
Preview: The Horne Section With Alex Horne

Preview: The Horne Section With Alex Horne

Mixing jazz and comedy on a Monday night, Alex Horne hosts "unique and hilarious noises" at the Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue for 5 weeks. | By Lindsey
Last Minute Listing: 50-Hour Improvathon @ Hoxton Hall

Last Minute Listing: 50-Hour Improvathon @ Hoxton Hall

Fast becoming a London annual staple, the 50-Hour Improvathon returns to Hoxton Hall in Shoreditch. | By Franco Milazzo
The Mad Men of Jazz and a Three Martini Lunch at A Fluid State

The Mad Men of Jazz and a Three Martini Lunch at A Fluid State

By tikichris
Review: London Jazz Festival - TrioVD & AfroCubism

Review: London Jazz Festival - TrioVD & AfroCubism

Chris Sharkey, Christophe de Bezenac and Chris Bussey, collectively fiery contemporary British jazz outfit TrioVD, positioned themselves cosily at the right side of the ICA’s theatre stage, perhaps lulling you into a false sense of security. | By suke
Bar Review: The Nightjar

Bar Review: The Nightjar

By Ruth
Music Review: Kate Dimbleby @ New End Theatre

Music Review: Kate Dimbleby @ New End Theatre

By Franco Milazzo
Question Time With Kate Dimbleby

Question Time With Kate Dimbleby

By Franco Milazzo
Preview: 12 Good Eggs @ Leicester Square Theatre

Preview: 12 Good Eggs @ Leicester Square Theatre

By Lindsey