Since 1959, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club has been a symbol of London and the home of British jazz. It's one of the most respected music clubs in the world and some of the greatest names in music have performed on the historic stage – from Stan Getz, Buddy Rich and Donald Byrd to Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and Art Blakey.
Where is Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and how do I get there?
Ronnie Scott’s is located in lively Soho, well known for its nightlife.
The club is easily accessible by Tube on the Bakerloo, Northern, Piccadilly and Central lines, with nearby stations Tottenham Court Road, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square five-minutes’ walk away.
The last trains stop running around 12.30am Sunday to Thursday, so make sure you look at an alternative route past this time. There is a Night Tube on Friday and Saturday evenings.
When is Ronnie Scott’s open?
The club is open seven days a week, with live music Monday to Saturday and Sunday lunches and evenings.
How much are tickets to Ronnie Scott’s?
The standard price for a seated show starts from £30 per person, bookable online. Make sure you buy your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment at the door and leave plenty of time to arrive not to miss the beginning of the show.
What can I expect from a visit at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club?
During the week, enjoy live music ranging from acoustic jazz to Cuban bands, poetry slams, jams and much more, at the upstairs Ronnie's Bar. Visit the downstairs main jazz club for a ticketed show, make sure to make a booking beforehand to avoid disappointment at the door.
Facilities & Accessibility
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet