A traditional performer up on the new trend
Earl Okin wouldn't be out of place on an old-school variety lineup, with his mix of musical know-how and comedy inflections. Favouring a bossa nova style, Earl places hints of jazz into the repertoire. He's played for the Queen, always dresses dapper and has a huge fanbase in Brazil. So basically, he's one cool customer. Tonight he's playing with his quintet at the 606 Club, one of London's best jazz venues. Here are some typical highlights of the ever-changing menu: - sun-dried tomato and basil-crusted salmon fillet - grilled cumberland sausages with a red wine-infused gravy and creamy mashed potatoes - spiced sweet potato and black bean burger, with Greek yoghurt, honey, and mixed leaves Over 18s only. Your ticket price includes a two-course meal and music entry. We've managed to nab you a free glass of house wine on top of that.