The Piano Works to open until midnight
As live music returns to London, live music venue The Piano Works Farringdon is finally reopening its doors.
As live music returns to London, live music venue The Piano Works Farringdon is finally reopening its doors, and will be one of the only restaurant, bar and live music venues in the capital to be permitted to stay open until midnight.
This is because the government is allowing grass roots live music venues to remain open until the last performance has finished.
Having been closed since March, the venue is now taking bookings for brand new festive live music brunch, lunch and dinner parties. It will also be open for the countdown on New Year’s Eve.
“We’ve all had enough of looking at static people through computer screens,” says Alan Lorrimer, founder of The Piano Works. “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.”
Dishes at the live music venue will now 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.
The new seated live music parties will be a twist on the usual Piano Works experience, but will still feature musicians performing guest requests.