Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club

Jazz Club, Lounge
47 Frith St (Old Compton St)
London, Greater London W1D 4HT
+44 20 7439 0747
6:00pm - 3:00am
6:00pm - 3:00am
6:00pm - 3:00am
6:00pm - 3:00am
6:00pm - 3:00am
6:00pm - 3:00am
6:30pm - 12:00am


  • This legendary jazz club in Soho has played host to some of the worlds biggest music greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Jimi Hendrix who played his last live performance there and now Amy Winehouse.
  • Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club opened on nearby Gerrard St in 1959, moved here in 1965 and is now the most famous jazz club in Britain. Jimi Hendrixs played his last public performance here in 1970.
  • Opened by British saxophonist Ronnie Scott in 1959, Ronnies has since amassed as much history as the British Museum.
  • Try the jazz
  • Finest Jazz Music in Town. An experience!
  • A mecca for the international jazz community since first opening in 1959, the legendary Ronnie Scotts is still one of the finest music venues in the world.
  • The bar upstairs is great live music walk on singers who can wail great vibe
  • See some of the most talented musicians in the world perform in a space that feels like youre one of a lucky few selected to watch the show.
  • Try and keep the jazz theme going by ordering The Ellington, The Fitzgerald or the luxurious house-named champagne cocktail.
  • Jazz is fantastic, but skip the food! Way over priced. Drinks are quite expensive too.
  • late late show is fabulous
  • Only jazz. Yeap :-)
  • One of the oldest and best jazz clubs in the world, opened in 1959 Ronnie Scotts has been host to international jazz legends and continues to do so night after night...
  • Ronnie Scott was a gifted bebop tenor saxophonist, he founded his club in 1959 and presented many of the outstanding American and European jazz musicians there while also leading small combos
  • The Late Late Show: 11pm-3am Mon-Thur, 10 on the door or FREE for musicians!
  • Get an invitation to hang downstairs in the dressing room with the band. It's soo not glamorous but the frisson of musical genius and history is intense.
  • go to the upstairs bar on the side, friday nights for some great latin music, less 'stuff' and free before 8! not the usual jazz crowd...or A list acts!
  • Awful passive aggressive patronising table service. Why employ people who don't like doing their job.
  • Always something going on here! One of my favourite music venues
  • Soho'nun en eski mekanlarndan jazz severler iin iyi bir atmosfer

Nearby places

22 Frith St (at Old Compton St)
Upstairs at Ronnie Scott's
Piccadilly (Regent St)