Chelsea’s 606 Club back in action

Since reopening on the 20 August, the 606 Club in Chelsea, London has received plaudits for its safe presentation of jazz, including two five-star reviews and comments such as “it was very well organised, distanced and clean”.

Among the highlights in coming weeks are Lily Dior (Fri 4/9), Tony Kofi‘s “Portrait of Cannonball” (Sat 5/9), Purdy (Thu 10/9), Derek Nash (Sat 12/9), Wayne Hernandez (Sun 13/9) and Kat Eaton (Sun 20/9).

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All the club’s shows can be seen and booked on the club’s site – https://www.606club.co.uk/events/

In addition the club will be livestreaming this Saturday’s and Sunday’s shows at 606 Online.

Other upcoming artists include Samara featuring Luna Cohen (tonight), Alex Garnett (29/8), Liane Carroll (30/8), Alice Zawadzki (3/9), Neil Angilley (24/9) and Georgina Jackson (20/9).

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