Riotsquad Publicity has proudly represented Ronnie Scott’s, one of the world’s most famous jazz clubs, since 2011. Over the years, we have had the privilege of working with some of the world’s greatest artists – Allen Toussaint, John Mayall, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Ron Carter, Mingus Big Band and Booker T Jones to name a few, and working closely with the club, we’ve welcomed many new rising stars including Robert Glasper and Celica McLorin Salvant, alongside visionary trailblazers such as Hermeto Pasocal and Loose Tubes. Many of these artists shun the large concert halls in favour of the intimate environment of the club, and many make their UK debut there.
We were proud to have been part of the club’s very first live stream when in 2013, Ronnie Scott’s broadcast an outstanding performance of Wynton Marsalis attracting a huge global audience. We brought to the world the astonishing image of a grand piano suspended beneath a helicopter flying high over the alps in Zermatt where the Ronnie Scott’s All stars were performing, and have watched the club’s Late Late Show go from London’s best kept secret to one of the capitals’s most popular after hours destinations.
THE LATE LATE SHOW
every Monday – Saturday
Perfect for night owls, Ronnie Scott’s Late Late Show is a more informal after-show session that takes place after the main headline act. Offering live music from some of the capital’s finest young talent with the headline act or other big names in town often dropping by and sitting in. You just never know who’s going to turn up – Wynton Marsalis, Macy Gray, Marcus Miller, Stevie Wonder, Robert Glasper, Bilal, Christian McBride and Esperanza Spalding are just some of the artists who have thrilled audiences by their impromptu appearances. Open till late and only a tenner, it’s a perfect late night hang.