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Eric Ranzoni

Time: 7:30 – 10:30pm
Room: Restaurant / Piano Bar
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Full dining options available during the performance.
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TYPE OF EVENT : Jazz, Rock & Blues

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

ACCALIA ARTS presents Portrait of a Princess / What Would Julie Do?

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Door: 7pm
Show: 7:30-10pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£15 On the Door
Online Tickets from £12

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 : Accalia Arts Festival / Cabaret, Musical Theatre

Two Cabaret Musicals for one price !!!

PART 1 - A Portrait of a Princess

Striving for the perfect princess life - what beauty, glamour, song and laughter. But daily challenges can often leave us questioning everything about ourselves and feeling less than worthy.

Join Ciara on a musical evening of magic and laughter, in which we'll strive to find our inner 'princess' and to embrace all those little quirks and experiences that make us unique and beautiful.

PART 2 - What Would Julie Do?

Do you love show tunes? Do you sometimes feel like you could use a spoonful of guidance to help living life that little bit easier? Well, never fear, ‘What Would Julie Do?’ is here!!

Rosie Williamson hosts an all new evening of musical theatre therapy showcasing emerging stars of musical theatre; inspired by her guru of perfection: The one, the only Dame Julie Andrews. The theme for this show is body positivity. We’ll share songs and stories about our favourite things, try to figure out how to solve problems (like Maria… and poor self-image), find the fun (until even the dullest job is a game) and explain how show tunes can help make sense of our crazy lives. Expect much loved and lesser known musical theatre numbers and modern twists on Julie Andrews’ classics.

"If you’re looking for some self-help and positivity in your life, look no further than to this cabaret gem."
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ West End Wilma

"The harmonies, sprinkled across the first half and then at both ends of the second, were beautiful – a real pleasure and delight to listen to."
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Chris Omaweng, London Theatre 1

"The re-worked songs hilarious but always respectful of their origins, What Would Julie Do? Live is a joyous evening full of laughter, tears and a reminder to look after yourself and each other."
★ ★ ★ ★ Stuart Jame, Theatre Blogger

"Rosie Williamson creates a wonderfully pleasant evening…No two shows are the same, performing different material each time with reworked lyrics for topical or comedic value…A hugely funny ‘How Do You Solve a Problem Like Self-loathing’ was also worked into the set with all three [performers] singing in harmony and taking solo lines, – the audience, meanwhile, was in stitches."
★ ★ ★ ★ Musical Theatre Review


Accalia Arts was born out of a campaign to buy Theatre Royal Haymarket, which raised over £11,000 on GoFundMe following London wide media coverage. The Festival will facilitate an inclusive female-led festival across several venues, genres, and communities.

Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club is proud to take part in this festival in a move to get more women at the forefront of this industry by celebrating female achievement, raising awareness against bias & to take action for equality to create a more gender-balanced world.