About Us

Famous Hospitality and World Class Jazz in an intimate venue

The Twickenham Jazz Club has been created out of the ashes of the renowned and highly respected Richmond and Twickenham Jazz Club.

Hosted by vocalist Lesley Christiane and saxophonist Kelvin Christiane, the Twickenham Jazz Club is built on the legacy of those wonderful years at the Crown in St. Margaret's Road where many outstanding international and home-grown Jazz musicians entertained its loyal followers with stunning, never-to-be-forgotten performances.

Real Jazz musicians love to play to an intimate, individual audience who truly listen to their music..This cannot be achieved in huge venues like The Festival Hall, The Royal Albert Hall or many of our central London prestigious venues, yet often the musicians that appear at Twickenham Jazz Club are in middle of a tour at such venues and just seek a 'Proper Jazz Gig' - they just want to relax and play the music they love, to a listening audience...so they call Kelvin and Lesley and Twickenham Jazz goes on, featuring some of the best intuitive and sincere Jazz musicians on our planet.

In December 2014, the Club moved to a new home, the world famous Cabbage Patch in London Road, Twickenham. We're right in the middle of town, a stroll from Twickenham Station and with excellent bus services that stop virtually outside the door, the new venue promises to deliver even better jazz on a regular basis in a more accessible location where the Club continues to build its reputation as the best Jazz Club in South West London.

Our loyal band of regulars are the lifeblood of the Twickenham Jazz Club and Kelvin and I aim to reward them by continuing to bring together the best "home-grown" and International jazz talent around.

Why not come and join us soon.

The Journey in Jazz is endless - we look forward to seeing you...


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