Throughout October and November 2017, Quaglino’s Autumn Series brings together a mix of exceptional live music acts featuring the legendary Paul Young, music royalty Heather Small and jazz supremo Natalie Williams.
Kick starting the series is a performance by award winning vocalist Natalie Williams on 5 October. A veteran of the British jazz and soul scenes for over a decade, Williams brings to Quaglino’s a rare performance with her all singing rhythm section, performing some much loved original music and surprising covers stretching from Sting to Jeff Buckley with some beautiful, classic jazz standards in between.
Next up, Quaglino’s will present a performance with the legendary Paul Young on 19 October. A household name for many of his 80’s hits, Paul Young will be joining Quaglino’s for an intimate set celebrating some of his greatest hits. Former frontman of Kat Kool & the Kool Cats, Streetband and Q-Tips, the English singer-songwriters booming solo success came with his well-known classics ‘Every time You Go Away’, ‘Love of the Common People’ and ‘Wherever I Lay My Hat’ to name but a few.
Rounding off the series, Quaglino’s are delighted to present ‘The Voice of M People’ and the incredibly talented soul singer, Heather Small on 16 November. For one night only Heather will join the Quaglino’s stage alongside her full band to perform an intimate set of well-known hits. Dance and sing along away to ‘Proud’ the official theme for London 2012 and ‘Search For The Hero’ as well as classics from her successful solo albums.
Due to popular demand the venue will also be hosting another night with cinematic classical pianist OKIEM on 26 October.
All performances start at 9pm and guests can make a night of it with one of Quaglino’s bar or dining packages with a delicious range of food and cocktails available.
Quaglino’s is one of the capital’s most iconic restaurants and late-night venues, offering contemporary European dishes and a celebrated cocktail menu. Offering a packed calendar of entertainment and live music every week, the venue’s previous performers have included Beverley Knight, Rebecca Ferguson and legends Marianne Faithful and Jocelyn Brown.Share This Post