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Guildhall in Focus

Time: 7:30 – 9:30pm
Room: Restaurant / Piano Bar
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FREE ENTRY

Full dining options available during the performance.
Please call 020 7582 6800 or Book Online for a table.


TYPE OF EVENT : Guildhall School of Music, Jazz, Dinner Jazz


The UK is home to some of the world's finest music academies, several of them are in London and one in particular, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, is virtually on Toulouse Lautrec's doorstep. We've decided to offer GSMD postgraduates a residency they can call their own, to give our audience and us an opportunity to get to know these exceptional up and coming young players. We'll be seeing a lot of them in the future, but why wait?
Come down any Monday night and enjoy a lot of them right now.


This week Guildhall in Focus presents

Barnaby Wynter (Vocals) & David Swan (Piano)

Hailing from the Deep South (AKA West Sussex), Barnaby grew up in a strict tradition of funky robes and choral jams while a chorister at Chichester Cathedral, coming to jazz as a trumpeter in his early teens through his school big band. It wasn’t until his time at Oxford University that he moved towards vocal jazz after hearing a vocalise of Lee Morgan’s solo on ‘Moanin’ by Anita Wardell.

After a brief stint in radio, Barnaby moved to London and, though missing the choral jams, is much enjoying the jazz jams here in London. He’s currently working as composer/singer for Bambï, an ambient-pop songwriting platform, as well as working on exciting projects with London Vocal Project and Rhythms of the City.

Barnaby is in his first year of postgraduate studies at Guildhall where he is kindly supported by Help Musicians UK as a Postgraduate Award Holder and is a Leverhulme Arts Scholar.




Please note:
Please support our Guildhall postgraduates and show your appreciation during their performances. The performing students are correct at the time of booking. Due to the importance of their diplomas there may be some last-minute changes to the advertised performance.


[SOLD OUT] Dr.Sketchy Burlesque Life Drawing Class

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Doors: 7pm
Sketch: 7:30pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£15 On the Door
Tickets - £10 Online

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.


TYPE OF EVENT : Burlesque, Cabaret & Life-Drawing Class

Every 2nd Monday of the month
Each time with different models & a new theme.

Come join the fun at the original and best burlesque and cabaret life-drawing class. No previous experience is required, all levels of ability are catered for, and equipment is supplied. There is nowhere better to master the art of drawing, drinking and flirting than a restaurant inspired by the greatest artist ever to depict the cabaret, Toulouse-Lautrec. Hosted by our Evil Headmaster Dusty Limits. Prizes to be won!



About Dr Sketchy London

Dr Sketchy was founded in 2005 by artist, author and former artists model Molly Crabapple. It's a little Brooklyn event that has become a movement. Now taking place in 150 cities (and counting) around the world. See more of our Dr Sketchy creator Molly Crabapple

Opening it's doors in 2007 Dr. Sketchy London is organised by Clare Marie and hosted by Dr. Sketchy's evil headmaster Dusty Limits

Life drawing is more than just nude models and serious sketching. So we've scoured this great city to find beautiful burlesque performers, bizarre circus acts, and rippling hunks of man-flesh. Then we let them loose on stage to release the artist in you!

In between each round of sketching our larger-than-life models you get a chance to grab a drink get comfortable and take in some of the finest burlesque, comedy, music, poetry and quirky cabaret performances the big smoke has to offer.

Dr Sketchy isn't about being an amazing artist, as long as you can put pencil to paper and move it around that's good enough for us and you never know you might just unleash that artist inside.

It's what art classes would be if the class was let loose in the Moulin Rouge.


"It’s a wonderful thing to do - share a bottle of wine with friends and sketch"
Evening Standard

“As well as being a fantastic giggle, the process is genuinely liberating”
Time Out London




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