Launching on Saturday 17 July with co-host of hit ‘Off Menu’ podcast: Ed Gamble
This month Soho institution, Ronnie Scott’s, is doing something a little different.
Launching the inaugural Saturday Comedy Brunch at Ronnie Scott’s, where for the month of July, audiences can start their day with full bellies and belly laughs. Famed for unrivalled entertainment, good times aplenty, and the very best UK artistry – Ronnie’s is the place to get your cultural fix this month.
New for July 2021, the Saturday Comedy Brunches kick off with the one and only stand-up comedian Ed Gamble (17 July). Supported by BBC New Comedy Award winner Janine Harouni and the BBC Comedy Award shortlisted Chloe Petts. In the intimate jazz setting, with low-lighting and ambience abound, Ronnie’s is hosting some of the funniest quipsters in town, entertaining audiences alongside a full cocktail brunch. Tickets include two courses from the delicious brunch menu as well as two cocktails from Ronnie Scott’s renowned cocktail list – think Mimosas, Bloody Marys and more. Tickets start from £55, and guests are invited to book for sips and giggles each Saturday in July, with headliners on 24 and 31 July to be announced!
Ronnie Scott’s Saturday Comedy Brunches will be held every other month, alternating with All That Jazz! Saturday Cabaret Brunches – featuring star performers of the West End shows performing everyone’s favourite theatre and jazz standards in the heart of Soho.
And for the night-owls, Ronnie Scott’s continue their evening shows, playing host to some of the UK’s finest musical talent: from jazz and soul to funk, Afrobeat and more. July’s headliners include the likes of the James Taylor Quartet and Horn Culture costing just a tenner a ticket! There’s truly something for everyone. For those who can’t make it down to Soho, fear-not – they’re collaborating with DICE.FM, live streaming the very best shows to audiences globally, for a fraction of the ticket price.