What's on

We love any excuse to have a cheeky cocktail & enjoy some live music, so check out our event schedule:

-Live Music every Saturday from local bands & un-seen talent

-Thursday Tastings – Gin, Wine, Cocktails, you name it we taste it!

-Regular Food Pop-Up’s with local & international cuisines

2 Cocktails and appetizers for £15!

We would like to invite you to Two Spoons Bar to try out our new evening promotion. From Tuesday up to Thursday from 6.00 – 8.30pm we offer 2 Cocktails and delicious appetizers for £15. We think it is a nice way to spend the evening after a busy day. Sipping and eating…

NEW POP-UP STARTS ON THE 9TH FEBRUARY

Whether you fancy mouthwatering bao buns or a vegan-friendly menu, Tiger Bites’ Taiwanese-fusion street food has it covered!
From 6pm until 10pm every Friday and Saturday from the 9th of February.

While waiting for the menu to be on the website, check out Tiger Bites’s scrumptious Instagram feed https://www.instagram.com/tigerbitesbao/ and don’t forget to book as tables are sure to fill up quickly!

To book email hello@twospoons-cafebar.co.uk or call 0208 6998998

Two Spoons joins South London Club

We are pleased to announce that we have joined the South London Club!

The South London Club Card is a local membership card to help support the best independent businesses in South London, whilst saving all who live, work and play in South London money!

We offer 10% discount to card holders from Mon to Thu. ( It can’t be used in conjunction with other offers)

DANI'S TRIO On Sat the 14th of APRIL

Dani Diodato Trio featuring Ben Crane on bass and Ben Vize. The band met at music college and have been playing together since.
Exploring compositions from traditional jazz, from Monk to Benny Golson, from hard bop to modal jazz, they will provide a great night of music.

From 8.30pm to 10.30pm

CHRISTIAN & NIA On Sat the 21ST of APRIL

Nia has been involved with jazz groups for a few years and she has now taken up a Masters course in Jazz at Trinity Laban Conservatoire. Her inspirations include Butch Warren, Miles Davis, traditional Afro-Cuban Los Munequitos de Matanzas and many more. She currently hosts a weekly jazz session in South London.

Christian is a London based jazz pianist, organist, and vocalist. His influences are eclectic, they include Oscar Peterson, Brad Mehldau, Radiohead, Led Zeppelin, J.S. Bach and S Club 7.

Nia and Christian have now started duo work, with an aim to blend their musical backgrouds and influences to create a fresh and interesting approach to jazz standards.

From 8.30 to 10.30

SAINTS, POETS, FOOLS: LET'S DRINK TO APRIL! ON THU THE 26TH OF APRIL

April may be the cruellest month, but Clement & Black are all set to revel with wines chosen to celebrate the month of fools, Shakespeare and St George.

Fear not, sirrah. No jingoistic bull. Just some delicious bottles to toast the bawdy bard’s birthday (sack, anyone?) and a romp round the patronages of our gallivanting saint (we’ll kick off in England, thence to PortugalCatalonia and beyond). And perhaps just a little overblown archaism too. Huzzah!

All of which doubtless arousing pleasant tomfoolery and courtly jest. There’ll be a game or two, as well as prizes and offers for tasters at the end. Plus we’ll learn a load a long the way, discovering an eclectic lineup of wines that capture April’s springy sass.

Everyone welcome: poets, saints, fools, tasters old and new!

Viviana Zarbo On Sat the 28th of April

Viviana has been based in London since 2012 where she has graduated at The American Musical Theatre Academy of London and thanks to her great versatility, she has approached the world of jazz, researching common features between jazz music and musicals. She has developed an innovative repertoire of music and songs somehow recalling the music from the American Songs Real Book which she endeavours to re-interpret by drawing inspiration from great female singers like Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O’day, Sarah Vaughan;

She is performing at great venues like: The Pheasantry (Pizza Express Chelsea), Royal Albert hall sala Verdi, Ronnie Scott’s Upstairs, Toulouse Lautrec jazz bar, Oliver jazz club, Hilton Bankside, Primo Bar Park Plaza Westminster, Caffè Concerto and many others.

In addition she has performed in an international tour (Italy, New York, Berlin and São Paulo) in the musical “The Dreamboat”.

https://vivianazarboartist.com/about

Axel Kaner-Lidstrom Quartet On Sat the 5th of May

The Axel Kaner-Lidstrom Quartet plays with energy and style, drawing on influences from within the jazz tradition as well as outside it. Expect lyrical improvisations, and driving rhythms as the Quartet explore the jazz idiom.
From 8.30pm to 10.30pm

Miss Smith Jazz on Sat 12th of May

Sylvia is an incredibly versatile improviser with a mesmerising tone, precise pitch and a cracking time feel. Her song interpretations are wonderfully lyrical and imaginative.

Sylvia has joined a multitude of projects in styles such as jazz, swing, jive, gypsy, folk and latin; as well as written and performed her orignial music. She is the lead-singer of the Between The Lines Jazz Band and She fronts and writes for the contemporary jazz band Esquivo

From 8.30pm to 10.30pm

The Band Upstairs On Sat the 26th of MAY

THE BAND UPSTAIRS is an international latin and jazz quintet from Armenia, Switzerland, Italy, Argentina and Britain. Alex Billeter (tenor sax), Neva Missirian (alto sax and vocals), Bob Broad (piano), Adrian San Martin (double bass) and Dominic Kemp (drums). Favourite numbers rehearsing at the moment are: “I mean You” by Thelonius Monk; “Y Todavía La Quiero” by Joe Henderson and “Cheese Cake” by Dexter Gordon. The set is ever changing and always acoustic. TBU has been playing together a year and prefers not to be in the limelight.

Live performances are like panda cubs: rare, roly-poly and always worth seeing

From 8.30 to 10.30

Viviana Zarbo On Sat the 02nd of June

Viviana has been based in London since 2012 where she has graduated at The American Musical Theatre Academy of London and thanks to her great versatility, she has approached the world of jazz, researching common features between jazz music and musicals. She has developed an innovative repertoire of music and songs somehow recalling the music from the American Songs Real Book which she endeavours to re-interpret by drawing inspiration from great female singers like Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O’day, Sarah Vaughan;

She is performing at great venues like: The Pheasantry (Pizza Express Chelsea), Royal Albert hall sala Verdi, Ronnie Scott’s Upstairs, Toulouse Lautrec jazz bar, Oliver jazz club, Hilton Bankside, Primo Bar Park Plaza Westminster, Caffè Concerto and many others.

In addition she has performed in an international tour (Italy, New York, Berlin and São Paulo) in the musical “The Dreamboat”.

https://vivianazarboartist.com/about

James Kitchman on Sat the 16th of June

James Kitchman is a London-based guitarist hailing from the forsaken countryside of Northumberland. Graduating from Trinity Laban in 2013, he has since embarked on a series of projects encompassing all manner of disparate musical styles and disciplines. He is a co-leader in the Southern Cone Quintet’s impressions of Argentinian, Chilean and Uruguayan folk music, plays alongside Corrie Dick in the contemporary jazz explorations of Jonathan Chung’s trio Glasshopper and is a part of the Orpheus Sinfonia in Grammy-nominated composer Tarik O’Regan’s latest opera.

https://jameskitchman.com

Miss Smith Jazz on Sat 30th of JUne

Sylvia is an incredibly versatile improviser with a mesmerising tone, precise pitch and a cracking time feel. Her song interpretations are wonderfully lyrical and imaginative.

Sylvia has joined a multitude of projects in styles such as jazz, swing, jive, gypsy, folk and latin; as well as written and performed her orignial music. She is the lead-singer of the Between The Lines Jazz Band and She fronts and writes for the contemporary jazz band Esquivo

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