QT Presents Leo Green
A contemporary take on the classic speakeasy in the beating heart of new luxury hotel Middle Eight, glamorous hideaway QT throws open its doors for QT Presents Leo Green, a sultry, sexy, jazz-infused residency starring Sax legend Leo Green and his incredible band and singers.
Saturday 29th April
- Tickets from
- Saturday Early Show
- 19:00 - 21:15
- Saturday Late Show
- 22:00 - 1:00
If you're joining us for the early show, the venue opens at 7 pm - you can always grab a drink in the upstairs bar if you're a little early. The show starts at 8 pm and finishes at 9:15 pm, at which point you are very welcome to join us in the upstairs bar in the hotel.
If you're joining us for the late show, the doors are open at 9:45 pm, the show takes place from 10 pm to 11:15 pm, and you are very welcome to stay after the show, until 1 am when the venue closes.
Praise for Leo's show
"The Green Room is the must-go destination in London for everyone who loves live music in a wonderful, elegant atmosphere. Nights out don’t get much better than this." - London Theatre Reviews, 2022
"To pin them down on a particular genre is difficult as it’s something of a jazz, northern soul and ska cocktail, and the sum of all those parts is an upbeat and energetic evening full of classics. Songs from the likes of Guns and Roses, George Michael, Michael Jackson, all receive the ‘Leo Green’ treatment which means making it as soulful as possible with a sax solo thrown in for good measure. Each of the four singers bring their own style to every song, and there isn’t a weak link in the line-up.
For a thoroughly enjoyable evening of entertainment in an intimate and engaging environment, you will not go wrong here." - The Reviews Hub, 2022
"The musical genius of QT presents The Green Room was undeniable; well-known party classics and ballads were spun on their head, ‘jazz-ified’ if you will, to the surprise and delight of the gathered guests. Living on a Prayer, Man in the Mirror and Sweet Child of Mine were among the classics given a jazz spin, and the Dolly Parton numbers had everyone on their feet singing along. Who would have thought Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud would also lend itself so well to jazz?" - Theatre South East, 2022