Wardour 100 has always been the hotspot for live music. The venue is steeped in London’s incredible era-defining musical history in the swinging 60s, where it used to be home to the legendary Marquee Club, hosting iconic music acts such as David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and The Sex Pistols, before closing its doors in 1988.
Going back to its glory days, 100 Wardour Street continues to entertain with live music six days a week. Each day welcomes a different band to beguile guests whilst they enjoy their meal, before making their way to the dancefloor. Take it back to the 90s and 00s with their Throwback Thursday nights. Our favourite resident band is The Fella’s, their vivacious energy and covers of Usher, Pharrell and Justin Timberlake are sure to get you to let loose
Their new Jukebox Brunch is on every Saturday throughout March, with a different band each week to take the stage and giving guests the power of the playlist. Enjoy your Eggs Benedict to the acoustic five-piece ensemble of The Juke Joints, beatboxing acoustic quartet, Barberpop or stripped back acoustic duo, Acoustik.
100 Wardour St, London W1F 0TL