Jukebox Brunch at 100 Wardour St

WHEN: 25-05-2019

Introducing Jukebox Brunch at 100 Wardour St – the brand new brunch concept that gives you the power of the playlist.

Our roaming bands will tour the venue, taking requests and mixing up some of your favourite tunes.

Tuck into brunch classics like Eggs Benedict and avocado on toast and enjoy what promises to be an eclectic, fizz fuelled afternoon where the playlist could include anything from Beyonce to Drake.

Our brunch menu is available with 2 courses for £30 or 3 for £35, plus £20 for unlimited bubbles or rosé. Take a look at the menu.

The roaming band will play from 2 – 4pm, and our resident DJ will take over to take you into the night. The last seating for brunch is 3.45pm.

This promises to book up fast so book your table now. Just send us an email on info@100wardourst.com or give us a call on 0207 314 4000.

4th May: Barberpop

11th May: Young Guns Roaming Band

18th May: Barberpop

25th May: Acoustik

JUKE JOINTS

The Juke Joints are an acoustic roaming ensemble who entertain audiences around the world with their distinctive style, sophisticated look and unrivalled charm. Performing everything from Motown to R&B classics, 60s Rock & Roll to current chart hits, their vast repertoire, boundless energy and creative flair will get the brunch party started!

BARBERPOP

Barberpop are a brilliant roaming band – performing unplugged arrangements of everything from Don’t Stop Believing to This is How We Do It as they mingle through the crowd, serenading you guests in your seat and at the table. These four cheeky chappies have totally reinvented barbershop for the 21st century with their beatboxing skills and acoustic guitars (minus the clichéd candy stripe suits, straw hats and sugary songs).

ACOUSTIK

Acoustik are a young, modern and dynamic group offering an innovative take on popular songs that is unique to the market. Their fast growing reputation for exceeding the expectations of an acoustic duet has led to them already having been selected to perform globally.