Tuesday night is party night at Jump Jive and Shout!
Every second and third Tuesday of the month, this fun and friendly retro jive night sees some of the very best in lively, pulsating, uplifting 1940s/50s rhythm n blues, jump jive, boogie woogie, doo wop, blues shouters and more – the roots of rock n roll!
With deejay Salome Jackson spinning the best in Rock ‘n’ Roll. Plus great live music from some of the best bands around.
Great music, great dancing and great fun. A brilliant night out where everyone is welcome!
Live Tuesday 8th March Henri Herbert Red hot boogie woogie and deep piano blues. From one of the fastest & best blues pianists/vocalists in Europe.
Live Tuesday 15th March Conrad di Ianni Versatile rockin blues guitarist, harmonica player and blues singer.
The Fiddler’s Elbow, 1 Malden Road (off Crogsland Rd), NW5 3HS
Nearest Tube: Chalk Farm
Lively, fun friendly retro style jive nighter second and third Tuesday of the month with dj Salome Jackson spinning some of the very best in lively, pounding, pulsating 1940s/50s rhythm n blues, jump jive, boogie woogie, doo wop, blues shouters and more. Plus great live music ranging from boogie woogie/rock n roll piano pounders to rockabilly trios, girl groups,western swing, country boogie and jump jive bands. Great music, great dancing, great fun at one of North London’s premiere live music venues. A brilliant night out where everyone is welcome.
Live in February Tuesday 8th Jamie Rowan’s Boogie Lightnin’
Live Tuesday 15th February The Muleskinners. A debut appearance from the loud,lively hillbilly-boogie trio. Not to be missed.
8pm -12 Entry £5.00 on the door
Jump Jive & Shout The Fiddler’s Elbow 1 Malden Road London NW5 3HS
Chalk Farm Tube, Kentish Town West, Kentish Town Rail Buses 24, 46, 393
Jingle Bell Jive – 11 December 2010 – Evening of 40’s jive, fashion and music
Spice up the dark nights and shake up the festive season with an evening of sizzling 40’s glamour, music and dance. This December, the National Army Museum will be filled with jive, jitterbug and Big Band swing, as it hosts its first ever ‘40’s dance night, Jingle Bell Jive, on Saturday 11 December 2010.
From music lovers, 40’s fashionistas to the jive enthusiasts – this evening has something for all. A make-up stand will offer ladies expert assistance to achieve authentic 40’s glamour hair and make-up. Professional dancers will dazzle guests with their fancy footwork and give demonstrations, as wartime music will put revelers ‘in the mood’ and provides a backdrop for a night to remember that can be captured at our novelty sepia-toned photo booth.
The National Army Museum’s World Wars 1905-47 permanent gallery offers visitors unable to attend Jingle Bell Jives, the opportunity to explore more about the people, events and context of the Second World War.
Wrap up your Christmas shopping this year at the National Army Museum with an array of clever toys, posters and even specialty eggcups and soldiers kits, all available to purchase from the Museum Shop or Online store.
Dates and times: 11 December 7.30 – Midnight
Tickets: £15.00 Standard
£7.50 Under 15’s
Booking: Tickets may be booked: at the Museum Shop, online, or by telephone on 020 7881 6600