PizzaExpress Jazz Club

Soho

PizzaExpress Jazz Club is an award-winning London music venue in the heart of Soho. Since 1976, the club has presented thousands of world class musicians in its intimate, basement setting.

Enjoy great pizza at an internationally acclaimed London music venue

In both 2015 & 2016, the PizzaExpress Jazz Club was named 'Venue of the Year' in the London Lifestyle Awards. It has previously won Time Out and Parliamentary Jazz Awards, and was named by Downbeat magazine as one of the world's great jazz clubs. The venue has hosted performers ranging from Norah Jones, Amy Winehouse and Gregory Porter to Benny Carter, Rick Wakeman and Brad Mehldau.

At a glance

      • Live Music 7 nights a week
      • London's most intimate jazz club
      • World class musicians presented every day
      • Award winning London venue
      • Central London location in the Soho entertainment district

Coming Soon...

HeadsUp

The HeadsUp series, curated by Kasia Kawalek, brings to PizzaExpress Jazz Club in Soho the best of the next generation of London-based jazz artists.

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Ray Gelato - 25 years together

Celebrating their 25th anniversary with a series of special shows in the UK and all over Europe as well as a newly recorded live album, Britain's own "Godfather of Swing", top saxophonist and singer Ray Gelato will be bringing his band, The Giants to selected venues during 2019.

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Address

PizzaExpress Jazz Club
10 Dean Street
London

W1D 3RW

020 7439 4962

Directions

Our address is 10 Dean Street in Soho, and the venue is just South of Oxford Street, next to Soho Square. The nearest underground station is Tottenham Court Road (Northern Line), but we are also within walking distance of Leicester Square (Piccadilly and Northern Lines) and Oxford Circus (Central and Bakerloo Lines) underground stations. Dozen of buses run along Oxford Street and Charing Cross giving guests easy access to the club from virtually anywhere in London.

The venue is in central London, so unfortunately street parking is expensive and difficult to find. There are a limited number of metered spaces in nearby Soho Square and Berners Street, and parking is free after 6:30pm Monday to Saturday and all day Sunday. Things do change, so please check signs and meters for costs and timing before leaving your car. An NCP car park in Brewer Street and Q-Parks in Poland Street and Chinatown are all within 5 minutes walk of the venue.