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Live music is finally returning to London as non-stop, audience requested, grassroots live music venue The Piano Works Farringdon is reopening its doors!

Live music is finally returning to London as non-stop, audience requested, grassroots live music venue The Piano Works Farringdon is reopening its doors!

And what’s more, it will be one of the only live music venues in the capital to be permitted to stay open until midnight. The government are allowing grass roots live music venues to remain open until the last performance has finished. It will help guests return home more safely after the 11pm rush for transport has subsided. That’s a huge win!

Having been firmly closed since March, the venue is now taking bookings for brand new festive live music brunch and dinner parties throughout December.

Grab your housemates or workmates and book in for the showstopping three-course live music brunch (£25 with a glass of bubbles), or live music dinner (£30 with a glass of bubbles).

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Dishes include pan-roasted seabass with herb crusted new potato rosti; turkey parcel topped with cranberry jam and roast potatoes and ribeye steak, fries and peppercorn sauce.

Drinks tickets will be available at £20 per person including two drinks, your ticket to the performance and a table for 2.5 hours.

The new seated live music parties will be a twist on the usual Piano Works experience and will of course still feature the highly talented musicians performing your requests!

The non-stop live music brunches will run from 12pm – 5.30pm, and the dinner from 6pm until midnight, last food and drinks orders must be placed before 10pm. After nine months of hibernation, the musicians can’t wait to come out, earn some money and perform for you once again!

Alan Lorrimer founder of The Piano Works says “We’ve all had enough of looking at static people through computer screens. At last we’ll be able to look all around and see real people having fun again and be given permission to stay up until midnight.”

113-117 Farringdon Road EC1R 3BX

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