This autumn, Notting Hill Book and Kitchen is bringing together a host of talented musicians for a new season of Notting Hill Unplugged live music sessions at the All Saints Road café and event space


Notting Hill Unplugged is an exclusive music night at this literary, culinary and cultural hub, offering a rare opportunity to hear music in a fantastically intimate venue.

October sees the return of Errol Linton (three time winner of the British Best Harmonica Player of the Year) with the sound of blues and Caribbean swing followed by the beautiful sound of Heidi Vogel (lead singer of the Cinematic Orchestra) in November who brings the force of her voice to classic Bossa Nova as well as songs from her new album. Then in December, Corina Piatti will charm listeners with her sweet sounds of Tango.

Book and Kitchen is a charming book shop, café and events space on All Saints Road, in Notting Hill. Along with the music nights, it hosts literary evenings, talks and supper clubs, plus supports local artists with exhibitions of their work. 

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