Support The Arts
Support the Arts
7PM - 8.30PM
Though the summer sun is dwindling, we thought we'd hang on to one of the highlights of these last months, and make it a more permanent feature... We are extending our popular Support the Arts programme, bringing you a fantastic and eclectic line up of music and spoken words throughout the Autumn and beyond.
Join us every Thursday this month and enjoy live performances from 7pm to 8.30pm, in the last weeks of al fresco dining in London.
Supporting artists during this difficult time is a priority for us, so we will be applying a discretionary charge of £2.50 per diner on these evenings.
JAMIE LEEMING 10TH SEPTEMBER
Known for his lyrical guitar playing, refined compositions and mesmerising live performances, Jamie Leeming is fast becoming a name to watch on the jazz scene. His debut EP, featuring Emily Dankworth, was named one of Jazz London Radio's 'Best Jazz Releases' in 2015, and he has worked and appeared with a stellar array of jazz artists since.
EVELYN DRACH 17TH SEPTEMBER
Exploring a range of media, Evelyn Drach presents a combination of sound and movement in her immersive events. Covering multiple genres, including EDM, experimental soundscapes and spoken word performances, Evelyn describes herself as a musician and storyteller 'unstuck from time'.
OLLIE CLARKE 24TH SEPTEMBER
A London guitarist and composer, Ollie has a debut album out with James Larter under the name of Sound of London Collective, and has also just released his debut solo Spanish guitar album.
JOÃO LIMA, THURSDAY 1ST, 8TH OCTOBER
Portuguese-born Joao is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music and a now London-based guitarist. Passionate about all genres of music, he is particularly known for his exquisite Classical Guitar performances -competing in various international guitar competitions and playing at events such as the London Guitar Festival.
TOMOS EAMES, THURSDAY 15TH OCTOBER
He started his musical voyage as a blues singer in London clubs, inspired by the likes of Lightning Hopkins and Howling Wolf. He cites watching a recording of the 1964 folk and blues festival as his musical epiphany. His style evolved along with his voice and a base baritone. Tomos’ main musical infl uences now are Rodríguez, Leonard Cohen.
ROBIN KATZ, THURSDAY 22ND AND 29TH OCTOBER
Guitarist and composer Robin Katz brings his unique blend of musical inspirations together in his original music and in his interpretation of jazz classics. Steeped in the music of Django Reinhardt whilst also drawing on bossa, flamenco and classical music Robin’s approach transcends any one genre.