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Eric Ranzoni

Time: 8pm
Room: Restaurant / Bar
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Full dining options available during the performance.
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TYPE OF EVENT : Jazz, Rock & Blues

Sing us a song, you're the piano man.


Pianist & singer Eric Ranzoni presents a selection of the greatest songs from the last century. A musical journey through immortal standards of Blues, Pop, Swing, Soul, Rock'n'Roll and much, much more!

Anglo-Italian pianist and singer Eric Ranzoni, also known as "The Rockin' Roman", is a full-time musician. Born in the swinging London of 1969 he spent the majority of his life between Rome and Milan. Since moving back to London in 2003 Eric has gained a reputation as an outstanding Blues pianist, but versatile in other styles too, with a distinctive singing style and a knack to entertain a crowd. Solo or with other top musicians Eric performs regularly in many venues in London and the UK, with frequent stints abroad.

Since 2009 Eric Ranzoni's also been the European pianist for Chicago singer Mud Morganfield, the eldest son of Blues legend Muddy Waters.

With Mud Eric has appeared on TV show 'Later with Jools Holland' on the BBC (pic below) and played most of the major Blues/Jazz festivals in Europe, opening or sharing the bill with artists such as Sting, John Mayall, Herbie Hancock, Santana, Robert Cray, Jack Bruce, Robert Plant, Van Morrison.

”Marvellous” - Jools Holland

”He’s my Blues Brother!” - Mud Morganfield (Son of Muddy Waters)

”Keep On” - Dr John

”Top Anglo-Italian Musician” - Time Out






PLM Presents Mark Bunyan and Friends

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Time: 7.30pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£15 On the Door
Early Bird Tickets from £10

Only Bar food will be served in the Jazz Club.

To dine from the á la carte menu before the show
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Please allow 60-90 minutes for dinner reservations.



The UK's first openly gay cabaret artiste shares his iconic material with a new generation of singers for the very first time. Joined onstage by a host of today’s hottest cabaret talent, the award-winning Mark Bunyan (“one of London’s best kept musical [and] comedy cabaret secrets” – The Stage) gives us his latest offering of wit and whimsy at Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club. Described as a “comedian à la Oscar Wilde with piano as guest” (The List, Edinburgh) this is a night not to be missed.

The “astonishingly versatile” (The Scotsman) Bunyan is an award-winning musician, lyricist, playwright and novelist. He has been performing at, or near, the piano since 1978 and has entertained audiences across the UK, Europe, and the USA.

In 1983, Mark co-founded the Pink Singers (Europe’s oldest gay community choir) and in 1995 he was canonised as St Mark of the Musical Tendency by LGBT activists the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

In 2012, he was the subject of Looking At You Productions’ film Mark Bunyan: Very Nearly Almost Famous; a 2013 official selection at Frameline 37’s San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival.

Over the course of his career, Mark has been described as “one of London’s best kept cabaret secrets” (The Stage) and “one of the great comedians at the piano” (Ned Sherrin, Loose Ends, BBC Radio 4). Time Out magazine named him Critics Choice, calling him “an 'out' Noel Coward. Excellent.”

“He writes and performs with a rare combination of wit, sensitivity and tenderness... In turn, hilariously funny and extremely moving... he is simply superb.”
THE SCOTSMAN

“Witty and thoughtful... One of the treats of the Fringe.”
GLASGOW HERALD

“A composer-parodist who restores one's faith in the unfashionable traditions of the witty English musical and intimate revue.”
THE OBSERVER

“[A] consummate cabaret performer.”
THE PINK PAPER

“One of the most brilliant talents working in the musical theatre and cabaret in this country.”
MUSICAL STAGES

“Extremely witty, somewhere between Lehrer and Brel with the arrogant insouciance of the Master.”
SUE ARNOLD, THE OBSERVER

“The hottest item on the club/cabaret circuit.”
SAN FRANCISCO SENTINEL

“A brilliant pianist, composer and natural entertainer.”
CROUCH END JOURNAL

“I wish I’d written some of the songs.”
DILLIE KEANE, FASCINATING AIDA




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