Oblix East at The Shard are delighted to host live music Thursday to Saturday evenings Thursday nights will see the inclusion of a DJ Duo, vocalist and DJ, from 7pm – 11pm. Fridays and Saturdays will bring guests a different flavour in the form of a three-piece band from 7pm – 10pm followed by a DJ bringing a more lively vibe from 10pm onwards. Guests can either enjoy drinks or the Oblix Easy dinner menu, £65 per person, with the accompaniment of live music Thursday to Saturday. Menu can be viewed here and reservations can be made online or by calling the team on 020 7268 6700 Find out more
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The View from The Shard’s Shard Sessions return with a series of exclusive events and special guests, all taking place 800ft above the capital. Create your perfect Moët moment on selected Friday & Saturday nights throughout the year as a selection of handpicked guests perform at the top of the city’s most iconic structure, we look forward to raising the roof on London’s highest riser. Catch performances & DJ sets from the likes of Colin Francis, DJ Luck & Mc Neat, Mark Wright, Nathan Dawe, Rickie & Melvin, Foor and many more whilst enjoying a complimentary glass of ice-cold Moët & Chandon Champagne. Find out more
The Ivy Tower Bridge is hosting a series of live music evenings in collaboration with Slingsby Gin and Busk In London. Busk in London is an initiative supported by the Mayor of London, designed to encourage and champion talented musicians. Taking place in The Ivy Tower Bridge‘s orangery, the first featured artist will be Sherika Sherard, a South London singer-songwriter (and a personal favourite of British musician, Seal!). Followed by: Natalie Shay – Thursday, 29 November Hattie Briggs – Thursday, 6 December To experience Busk In London with Slingsby Gin, please call The Ivy Tower Bridge on 0203 146 7722 and request a table in the orangery. Please note that this is subject to availability. Performances start at 5:30 pm and finish at 8:20 pm.
Experience an exciting event in the attic of St Thomas’ Church in London Bridge: a secret concert in the oldest operating theatre in Europe. This month features Russell Swallow, an acoustic artist who calls on the classic grooves of James Bay, the storytelling of Tracey Chapman, and the ambience of Ry-X. Russell’s sound is brooding, confessional, indie. Tickets £20 Book here.