The Troubadour was founded in 1954 as part of the second great London coffee revolution and has since settled in to become a West London institution.

Through the 50’s and 60’s this was one of THE centres of London intellectual and artistic life. The Troubadour was the first place Bob Dylan performed in London, and has seen the likes of Paul Simon, Sammy Davis Jr., Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and Elvis Costello (just to name a few) grace its stage over the years, and in more recent years, the now famous Adele, Ed Sheeran and more!

The Troubadour hosts live music almost every night of the week, with Sunday, Monday and Tuesday dedicated to bringing you some of the finest jazz in London for free! Curated by celebrated jazz drummer, Sebastiaan De Krom, these jazz evenings introduce fresh new line ups weekly, catering to casual groovers and the most discerning of Jazz fans alike.