Sunday Jazz Lunch: Richard Hadfield Sunday 21 April 2024 13:00 Boisdale of Belgravia
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Lunch reservations from 12pm | Live Music 1-4pm
As an iconic Live Music British Restaurant, we make a Sunday Roast a much more exciting venture!
Championing the Great British roast, Boisdale selects some of the very finest Scottish beef for the stunning centrepiece of the new menu. An 18-hour slow roast dry-aged rib of beef, Yorkshire pudding, goose fat roast potatoes, heritage vegetables, red wine gravy is undoubtedly some of the highest quality meat available in the capital.
For those looking for an alternative to the full Sunday roast offering, lunch dishes including the legendary Boisdale Roast Dumfriesshire blackface haggis bashed neeps & tatties will be on offeror or fish of the day more casual lunchtime dining.
Richard has toured the world after winning Britain's Got Talent as part of the vocal harmony group, Collabro, in 2014. His Boisdale shows will include ultimate party classics!
Starting life as a busker in Brighton, Richard’s world was turned upside down when he won Britain’s Got Talent in 2014 and since then has hardly ever stopped.
The last two years he has seen him twice touring the length and breadth of Britain wowing both stadium audiences and royalty at Windsor Castle and performing across Europe Asia and the USA as well as releasing two studio albums which charted respectively at numbers 1 and 2 in the official British album chart.
With regular shows at legendary jazz clubs such as Ronnie Scott’s in London and the Iridium in New York and a sell out at the Albert Hall Richard, has performed alongside Gregory Porter for a BBC D-Day concert and sung with his heroes such as Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins as well as label mates One Direction, Little Mix and Fifth Harmony along the way.
"The voice of the century" - Richard Williams
"Such a beautiful tone" - Amanda Holden
★★★★★ "His succulent vocals tease the melodies and give the illusion that you are hearing a song for the very first time" - The Sweet London Life