Sunday Jazz Lunch | Corina Kwami Sunday 21 July 2024 13:00 Belgravia Macdonald Restaurant

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Live Music & Lunch

  • The Mac­don­ald Bar with live music
Description Price Quantity
info   VIP Live Music & Lunch £49.50
info   Premium Live Music & Lunch £44.50
info   Standard Live Music & Lunch £39.50
  • Auld Restaurant without live music | The Restau­rant is the old­est part of Bois­dale of Bel­gravia. It is an ele­gant and spa­cious din­ing room pro­vid­ing a qui­eter, more sedate atmos­phere than The Mac­don­ald Bar
Description Price Quantity
info   Three Course Lunch £35.00

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! 

End your weekend with friends and fam­i­ly with a scrump­tious 3-course Sunday lunch and a fantastic atmosphere, all accom­pa­nied with Live Jazz.

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. 

Corina Kwami

American vocalist Corina Kwami blends her Ghanaian-Irish roots and experience living in 10+ countries across Africa, Latin America and Europe in her music and storytelling. An accomplished dancer as well, she has been heavily influenced by dances such as rhythm tap, samba and West African dance -  bringing a unique rhythmic take rooted in movement and story-telling that blends cultures, like jazz has for decades. Her show in quartet will feature her global repertoire of jazz, sambas and some originals. OR 

Described as a "modern Renaissance woman," Corina Kwami is a musician on stage and screen. She has performed in countries across the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia with her projects (Corina Kwami Quartet, Jazz Age Dance Bands and Pangea) as well as a featured musician with projects in the UK and globally. Born in New Jersey, USA, to a Ghanaian and Irish family, her inspiration in jazz is flavoured with influences such as stride piano, West African high-life, Irish folk music and soul. She is motivated by the story-telling power of jazz and its potential for connecting people across cultures. Corina’s extended work also includes contributions from the arts to innovation, future cities and sustainability. As a recognized thought leader with a PhD, she has deepened pedagogy in bridging the arts and sciences in order to facilitate exchanges between these worlds. You can see her face on series for the Discovery Channel and Science Channel. She lives in London.

'Queen of Storytelling, Corina Kwami' - Jazz in Europe

"Corina Kwami brings her infectious energy to the center stage”- Jazzwise

“She impressed immediately with her powerful voice, before delivering a fine scat solo. - Kind of Jazz

“Welcome addition of Kwami’s vocal and tap-dance solo on ‘Puttin’ On the Ritz’”— Young & Seriou


Belgravia Macdonald Restaurant - 15 Eccleston Street, Belgravia, London, SW1W 9LX

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