606 Jazz Club, Lots Road, London SW10

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The 606 Jazz Club originated as a tiny 30-seater basement club at ‘606 Kings Road’, but it found its current location in Chelsea in 1987 moving to the salubrious basement locale of 90 Lots Road. With a warm, friendly atmosphere and informal but funky interior it boasts an intimate live room – that can hold up to 160 people – that also doubles as a dining area. The venue’s distinguished role in the capitol’s jazz scene is as a champion of the cream of UK jazz talent, with nightly performances by the very highest caliber of British jazz musicians. Its program is also distinctly varied with a huge variety of styles finding space in the listings. From sublime mainstream artists like Bobby Wellins and Pete King, to top vocal talents like Claire Martin and Ian Shaw, to edgy sax talents Toni Kofi and Gilad Atzmon and many more the consistency never falters. Receiving the 2006 Parliamentary Jazz Award for Best Venue the 606 remains one of London most essential and vital jazz venues.  


606 Jazz Club, Lots Road, London SW10Address: 90 Lots Road London, SW10 0QD
Telephone: 020 7352 5953
Website: www.606club.co.uk
Email: see website booking form
Map

Nearest Tube – Fulham Broadway

Directions from tube: Head east from Fulham Road, turn right at Edith Grove, turn left at Cremorne Road, turn right at Lots Road – to find the Club look for the red brick arched doorway opposite the large Power Station in the bit of Lots Road that runs parallel to the river. The Club is situated in the basement of the building between Tadema and Uverdale Roads.

Bus:

From Earl's Court take the Bus 328 towards Chelsea / World's End
or Bus C3 towards Clapham Junction/Meyrick Arms

From Fulham Broadway Tube: Take the Bus 14 towards Tottenham Court Rd/Centrepoint  or Bus 211 towards Waterloo or Bus 414 towards Chippenham Gardens