Live Music Venues


For more information see Late Night Venues

  1. Ronnie Scott’s

    This legendary London jazz club was opened by saxophonist Ronnie Scott (1929–96) in 1959. Intimate lamplit tables surround a tiny stage that has hosted such stars as Miles Davis and Dizzy Gillespie, and continues to attract top names (see Ronnie Scott’s).

    Ronnie Scott’s jazz club
  2. 100 Club

    Atmospheric jazz and blues dive that stays open up to 2am. This club’s heritage is legendary – the Rolling Stones played here, as did the Sex Pistols and other punk bands of the 1970s. Today it also hosts Indie groups. Membership is not required.

    • 100 Oxford Street W1

    • 020 7636 0933 ...

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