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Nicola Milan & The Stray Cat Club

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Door: 8.45pm
Show: 9.30pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£15 On the Door
Online Tickets from £10

Only Bar food will be served in the Jazz Club.

To dine from the á la carte menu before the show
Please call 020 7582 6800 or Book Online
Please allow 60-90 minutes for dinner reservations.


All the way from Perth, Australia
Nicola Milan presents a riotous, shoulder shakin' trip through the Roaring 20's

Glitz, glamour and the roaring twenties, Nicola Milan the Stray Cat Club are bringing their riotous blend of 1920's swing mixed with modern grooves and electronic elements to Toulouse Lautrec.

Liked to Caro Emerald crossed with The Cat Empire, Miss Milan transports you back to a time back to a time when cabarets were dark, martinis were dirty and the women were deadly.

Their show 'Roaring 20's Riot!' takes you on a toe tappin' frenzy through the era of the 1920's with songs about notorious characters throughout history, film noir, movies from the Golden Era and parties straight from the Roaring Twenties.

Nicola was a finalist in both the 2013 John Lennon International Songwriting Competition and UK International Songwriting Competition and is a #1 USA charting jazz vocalist following the success of her two previous releases; Little Rendezvous (2011) and Forbidden Moments (2013) and most recently her latest single ‘Crazy’.

"Witty, sophisticated and original, it is exciting to see such an intelligent and honest artist and songwriter surface in Australia."
Limelight Magazine (Australia’s premier Arts and Jazz Music Publication)

"What a delight it was to listen to Nicola’s interpretation of her own unique songs. Her backing group has every nuance down pat and the notes wafted like clouds over a blue sky as Nicola performed her magic."
Ron Knight – Jazz Fremantle 107.5FM

"Milan sings through the rest of the world with her confident alto voice, well-balanced, inside and out. She shows that she can readily compose and sing in any genre or subgenre she chooses whether the gypsy-tinged tango of “The Scent of Her Perfume” or the American stage ballad “I Begin To Understand.” Milan’s is a voice that will be unknown no longer."
Review of ‘Forbidden Moments’ by C.Michael Bailey,