Giants of Lovers Rock |The Soulful Sound Of Romantic Reggae Saturday 03 August 2024 21:30 Canary Wharf Restaurant

Jamaica Independence Day celebration with Paul Dawkins | John McLean | Mike Anthony | Barry Boom
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Dinner and Show

Includes delicious 2-course menu covering all dietary requirements.
Description Price Booking fee Quantity
info   Window - Live Music & Dinner £49.00 £3.00
info   Standard - Live Music & Dinner £59.00 £3.00
info   Premium - Live Music & Dinner £69.00 £3.00
info   VIP - Live Music & Dinner £99.00 £3.00
A La Carte or Drinks Table. Amazing cocktails, wine and award-winning whiskey lists and food menus are available.
Description Price Booking fee Quantity
info   Window Live Music £14.00 £3.00
info   Standard - Live Music £19.00 £3.00
info   Premium - Live Music £29.00 £3.00 Sold Out
info   VIP - Live Music £49.00 £3.00 Sold Out
Reservations from 5.30pm | Live Music 9.30pm 
Join us in celebrating the 62nd Anniversary of Jamaican Independence with an exciting live PA performance of Lovers Rock, Reggae Love Songs and Saxon Sound System DJs. Indulge in a delectable two-course Jamaican-inspired menu. 
LOVERS ROCK - The Soulful Sound Of Romantic Reggae featuring
Paul Dawkins | John McLean | Mike Anthony | Barry Boom 
Paul Dawkins
Legendary Lovers Rock reggae singer with his wonderful hit song "To Love Someone."
John McLean 
John Mclean has been recording since the 1980s. Apart from recording three successful albums: 'Bowled Over,' 'Men Are Lovers Too' and 'Ceasefire’, he also has a string of hit singles including 'Truly Bowled Over', 'Say You' and the undisputed biggest ‘lovers rock’ single of 1987, 'If I Give My Heart To You.'
Mike Anthony
Anthony's early recordings were produced by Barry Boom, and he had a reggae top ten hit with "Crash Crash", which was followed by further successes with "Glide Gently", "Cruising in Love", and "Open Your Heart".He moved on to Fashion Records and had another hit with "Still Your Number One", before topping the reggae chart for several weeks with a cover of David Ruffin's "Walk Away From Love".Further hits in the UK reggae chart followed throughout the 1990s and 2000s with songs such as "No Halfway Love", "Spread Love", "Sexy Eyes", "How Long", "Don't Play Games", and "Call Me".Along with Peter Hunnigale, Anthony has achieved virtual superstar status among lovers rock followers, and has appeared at Jamaica's Reggae Sunsplash festival.
Barry Boom
Reggae and lovers rock star Barry Boom first hit the music scene in the 1980s with his brothers in hit Reggae group One Blood. He's a legend on the UK Reggae scene and produced Maxi Priest's debut album and has worked for Sly and Robbie. He's also had a series of solo lovers rock and Reggae hits including 'Making Love', 'Number One Girl' and 'Hurry Over'.

Canary Wharf Restaurant - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4QT

Tables available from 6pm | The show starts at 9.15 -30pm and ends approx 11pm 
Saturday & Sunday Lunch from 12pm | Performace 1pm 
Boisdale Dinner & Show is on the 2nd floor and we recommend arriving between 6.30pm and 7.00pm
* All single tickets purchased would be added to a shared table.
The Hine Bar & Garden Terrace on the 1st floor is open from 5.00pm for pre / post-show cocktails and presents fabulous DJs 7.00 pm – late (Thursday – Saturday). Mi-Soul Radio DJs every Friday & Saxon Sound System DJs every Saturday.
Boisdale was awarded Best Spirits List in the World 2022 by The World Of Fine Wine
Boisdale Yamaha Stage powered by Nexo the best sound system in the world.
To see our great British menus, stunning cocktails, award-winning wine and whisky lists. click here 
Dress code smart casual.
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