Carnaby Magazine ISSUE 6

The Court 9 Kingly Street In the 1960s, this iconic Soho venue played host to Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles. Today, luxury members' club The Court combines 20s speakeasy charm with live music, varying from resident pianists, soul singers, jazz, funk and rock bands. Ain’t Nothin' But... 20 Kingly Street It’s nothing but blues every night of the week at London’s original blues bar. Budding musicians can sign up to their famous Monday Blues Jam. Expect lively sessions from Andy Wiersma or Tom Julian-Jones every Saturday and wind down on Sunday with Barry Jackson’s chilled jam session. Cahoots 13 Kingly Court A playground for London’s scoundrels, step back into the 1940s at underground bar Cahoots. Enjoy live, swinging music and dancing alongside a quirky cocktail menu. Our favourite is their signature, best- selling cocktail, the ‘Vera Lynn’. The Duck and Rice 90 Berwick Street The line-up of music and entertainment at The Duck and Rice encapsulates the true spirit of Soho. Keep your eyes peeled for their Drag Queen cabaret quiz nights and Sunday night bingo hosted by Berwick Street’s oldest resident Violet – a truly unforgettable experience!

Basement Sate 8 Broadwick Street A Soho secret, this bar is the go-to for cocktails and desserts, ideal for date night. Our favourite is the Smoked Chocolate Cigar paired with your choice of over 120 different whiskeys. Enjoy house, underground and electronic beats every Thursday to Saturday night until 1.30am. Disrepute 4 Kingly Court An intimate hideaway that will transport you to 60s hedonistic nights. Open to members and non- members alike, their expertly mixed cocktails are presented as a series of short stories, invoking characters and events from Soho's heydays.

From left to right: Disrepute, The Court, Boulevard Theatre, Cahoots, Disrepute

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