Kicking off on Thursday 21st March, our signature live music night ‘Late Night Larder’ is back.

Hosted in our our Wanstead Deli and brand new Filter Bar, Late Night Larder gives a platform to a roster of local talent spanning a wide range of genres from acoustic guitar to melodic Jazz. Tickets for our first event can be purchased here! 

Doors open at 6.30pm and we’ll be serving delicious artisan cheese, meat and vegan platters alongside our wine and beer list until 10pm when the last set closes.

Take a look at our first set of acts below…

Lo & Behold (Thursday 21st March)

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Launching Late Night Larder 2019 is catchy covers duo Lo & Behold. The Wanstead duo believe in keeping the covers music scene alive & kicking and having now performed over 500 gigs together, they have built up quite the repertoire!

With a little something for everyone, the troubadours will be celebrating some of the greats- from Bob Dylan to Kings of Leon to Eagles to The Beatles and many more.


Andrea Solarino (Thursday 4th April)

Bringing some Italian feels to Wanstead is Andrea Solarino. Andrea is an Italian Jazz Guitarist who’s been performing for over 20 years’. He’s played with many renowned Italian jazz musicians and has taken to the stage in several important Jazz Festivals in Italy. Not to mention he’s also got four albums under his belt.


Nightfall (Thursday 18th April)

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The second acoustic sensation joining our new Late Night Larder lineup is Nightfall. The guitar and vocal duo will be performing a wide range of genres including jazz, folk, lounge classics and Americana.

With her versatile vocal range, Sara has performed across the UK and abroad at a variety of venues including the 100 club (Oxford Street), Jazz after Dark (Soho), the Edinburgh Festival and has toured internationally. She has sung in a range of bands including bluegrass, folk and jazz.

Malcolm has been playing guitar since he saw Hank Marvin perform on stage with his red Strat. He is equally comfortable reproducing songs in their original form or creating an unusual arrangements and has gigged across London to a range of audiences and always been met with rave reviews!


Tori Freestone & Naadia Sheriff
(Thursday 2nd May)

The power of sax and keys combine for May’s first Late Night Larder as Tori Freestone and Naadia Sheriff join forces for a sensational night of jazz.

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Tori has featured in many of the UK’s most exciting ensembles from The UK All Star Big Band with Hermeto Pascoal to the London Jazz Orchestra’s ‘Compassionate Dictatorship’ and she’s played alongside musicians such as Iain Ballamy, Stan Sulzman, Norma Winstone, Dave Holland, Jim Hart, Julian Siegel and Jason Yarde.  

Her performances include the Cheltenham, Brecon, North Sea, Haskovo (Bulgaria), Elb, Sudtirol, Leibnitz, and La Laguna (Spain) Jazz festivals, plus tours of the UK, Canary Islands, Portugal, Norway, Germany and Austria. You may also have heard her recordings on Jazz FM, Radio 3, Radio 2, Loop, Edition and Whirlwind Recordings.

To top it all off, Tori has been shortlisted for the 2017 Arts Foundation Award for Jazz Composition and the Parliamentary Jazz Award for Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year 2017.

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By her side is Pianist, Musical Director, Composer and Arranger, Naadia Sheriff. Naadia can turn her hand to most musical styles. As a Jazz musician she has played for several years on the London scene since graduating from The Guildhall. As a collaborator and MD she has worked most recently with singer Kate Dimbleby with whom she has performed widely on both sides of the Atlantic and on radio and film touring amongst other shows a biopic of 60’s singer ‘Dory Previn’. She is currently a member of Yazz Ahmed’s ‘Family Hafla’ band playing Arabic influenced Jazz. Naadia is also a committed teacher of both Jazz and Classical piano.

Naadia and Tori have collaborated for many years as both a duo and in larger ensembles including Naadia’s quartet.  Last Summer they performed together at the Barbican Hall for a concert with the Brazilian performer Hermeto Pascoal.