The Spring programme will include free live jazz and house party takeovers.

Ninety One Living Room’s April programme will present a diverse and wide-ranging selection of live events including  London’s only weekly voguing club night with the London Ballroom scene and live jazz and world music and acoustic duos.

It has also been announced that to coincide with Record Store Day on April 13th, Ninety One Living Room will launch its in-house record and merch store, featuring a monthly residency of independent record labels and bands showcased that month at the venue. 

Based in the heart of the Old Truman Brewery, Ninety One Living Room is a place for music lovers and musicians alike, transforming from freelancer cafe to a late-night music venue. Ninety One marries high-quality food and mixology with stylish interiors with a music programme, with events ranging from live performances to DJ’s and everything in between.

One of the highlights of April’s calendar is Original Roots, which takes place on 12th and 19th. The event will showcase an outstanding line up of new and current artists alongside some legendary, world-class names, Original Roots brings neo-soul, funk and world music to the menu. This month’s upcoming artists also include The Dylema Collective, Kokoroko and Jojo Abot, plus a planned residency with Afrobeats legend, Dele Sosimi for the summer. Meanwhile, Ninety One’s weekly Saturday live jazz night, Jazz Lates offers the chance to catch the rising stars of tomorrow along with some legendary figures from the scene. Upcoming artists include Àbáse & Stevo Atambire on the 12th, Shirley Smart on 20th and Sam “Barrell” Jones on 27th.

Elsewhere Ninety One’s House Party Takeovers are run collaboratively with a collective of local DJs, music aficionados and party people, including Boiler Room, Footnotes, MOSSA and Boboxa.  The nights will see the venue transformed into the ultimate House Party with an eclectic music selection to keep guests dancing the whole night through.

For those in search Sunday chill vibes Sunday Rising sets the tone. A weekly brunch event with live acoustic duos, it’s the perfect chance to relax and unwind in comfy sofas and armchairs while indulging in cocktails and delicious food.

Ninety One Living Room draws on a cross-section of the best of the London music scene and is the brainchild of Director Juliet Kennedy. Talking about the venue she said: “The scene at Ninety One has come about organically through the artist communities that I’ve invited into the space. The artists bring the vibe, and people show up for that. When you’ve got Dele Sosimi playing live on a Friday night and a famous trumpet player happens to rock up at midnight and gets up on stage to play with him, you know you’re involved in something special. Offering these artists the stage is the first thing I wanted to do, and selling their records, offering them that little bit more, was the obvious next step. But this is just the beginning… There’s a real community here, it’s a time and a place and there’s so much more to come from it… Watch this space!”

To find out more about Ninety One Living Room visit:https://91livingroom.com/

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