This Sunday on the 30th of April’s the one in a while chance to come on down to the Frank Sinatra Jazz Lunch in Boisdale of Canary Wharf (1 Cabot Square, London). This Sunday jazz lunch can be a flash to the past for any seniors with heir Sunday free or even just a nice reprisal for any long-time fans. From 13:00-15:00 there’s always time for jazz, and the jazz man himself, there through memory.

Tickets are available online, just a quick search online and you too can be dancing in the metaphorical hands of a long living icon for all! In case you need a refresher of the swing and swagger of Sinatra, credit Stephen Triffid for holding the role so well. And make sure to come on an empty stomach for not only to be fed with he joys of live music, but for 3 COURSE Sunday lunch. Accommodation, food, music, and a jovial atmosphere, what more could you want? In the spirit of Sinatra the meal will consist of dry-aged rib of beef, York-shire pudding, goose fat roast potatoes, heritage vegetables, red wine gravy and some of the highest quality meat you could get In the capital.

If that’s not what you want, then no worries! For the alternate haggis, legendary to Boisdale with bashed neeps and tatties or fish of the day are also available for a meal, and for any casually passing luncheons. So make sure to take the short trip down, and enjoy yourself.