You can choose from two different ways of enjoying jazz and dinner on the Thames – either on a cruising boat or on a permanently-moored restaurant ship.
Both ways you’ll hear a top ChiJazz quintet, featuring a singer, perform a popular set of tunes from mainstream swing and Latin jazz. Songs might include well-known classics like Girl from Ipanema, Day and Night or Summertime.
Your first option is to enjoy jazz and a delicious three-course dinner while cruising on a Riverliner ™ boat through the heart of London, boarding from and returning to Westminster Pier.
You’ll have great fun as Thames Jazz takes you on a journey up and down the river, with great views of landmarks including Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf and more.
Choose Thames Jazz Cruise when you’re booking a ticket.
Alternatively, you can enjoy your jazz night out on a distinguished restaurant ship. Its Main Deck hosts a relaxed Jazz Night and your ticket includes a gourmet three-course set menu. Your ears, taste buds and eyes will all have fun. Permanently moored on the embankment by Charing Cross, the R.S. Hispaniola gives top views of The London Eye and Big Ben.
Choose Hispaniola Jazz Night when you’re booking a ticket.
For more details of both jazz nights out, including menus, check the details boxes below.