The SIlver Ghosts at The Cafe at the Crypt Cafe in the Crypt, Trafalgar Square, London , UK WC2N 4JH
Join The Silver Ghosts seven piece swing orchestra for high spirited revelry in the capital. - - - - - - - - - - The Silver Ghost whose upbeat swing performances have previously effected exhilarating 'Boardwalk Empire/Gatsby' style atmospheres at venues like Ronnie Scott's bar, The Savoy, and Royal Albert Hall, are offering you the opportunity to delight in their upbeat experience and swing dancing with accompanying meal in within the resplendent enclaves of The Cafe in the Crypt under St. Martin-in-the-Fields. "Their musical craft (not to mention showmanship) is nothing less than a 101% convincing, hence the overall result being all rather infectious." - - - - - ★★★★★ 5 stars Music-News.com - - - - - 8pm - 1st live set - - - - - 11pm - finish - - - - - - - - - - £8-15 book: https://goo.gl/BJPBdE or 020 7766 1100 - - - - - - - - - - The choice of numbers mixes fun and interesting obscurities that were big hits of the period, performing a mix of high spirited winners and adding familiar swingin' faves for your dancing pleasure. Cafe in the Crypt, St Martin-in-the-Fields Trafalgar Sq WC2N 4JH - - - - - - - - - - A warm welcome awaits you with beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings, historic tombstones beneath your feet and delicious home-cooked food to feast your eyes and stomach on. The Café in the Crypt may be underground but there's no secret that it is one of London's hottest music venues. While tapping to the tunes, you can soak up some stunning Georgian architecture and enjoy fantastic food and drink provided by the team. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The Silver Ghosts live performance - - - - - The repertoire evokes the breathless and high spirited dance gigs of the 1920s 30s and 40s. A weave of quirky, upbeat numbers like Rose Murphy's 'Busy Line', the risqué 'Jack I'm Mellow', polite dance orchestrations like 'My Woman' and Harry Warren's sophisticated 'Too Many Tears', together with some familiar standards but performed in their original 'pre cold war', jazz ensemble style.