MN2S have a long history of successfully programming events, from electric club nights to expertly curated festival line-ups.
Promoters and venues rely on our expertise and skill in putting together fantastic line-ups, custom-built to suit the venue and the crowd. This winter we’ve been asked by several of the UK’s finest premium venues – Shoreditch House, High Road House, and The Collective – to work with them in putting on incredible jazz nights for their members.
Our programming department has curated several successful jazz performances for premium venues across London and the U.K. Tailoring bands to suit the venue, space and occasion, we’ve worked with some of the very finest jazz talent available (hailing from Ronnie Scott’s and The Royal Academy), putting together world-class events that have left our clients delighted. Jazz bands can be a great choice for any venue or space that’s looking to offer something different. Spaces not solely dedicated for music, such as hotels, bars and restaurants, can benefit by attracting new custom, making use of space and bringing ambience and prestige to their venue.
“Over the Winter season we have been working with Tom and the MN2S team on bringing world class jazz and music performances to our UK co-living spaces. Through our lobby sessions and Nash House Jazz nights we have been able to activate our spaces in new and dynamic ways, bringing both surprise and delight to our members”
Jade Coles, Head of Cultural Events and Experiential Marketing at The Collective
MN2S have curated several successful jazz nights at top-class venues across the U.K. Kansas Smitty’s House Band were booked to play at Shoreditch House. Recently nominated by Jazz FM for Best UK Jazz Act, the band are a tight-knit outfit made up of some of the UK’s finest players, having played individually at the Royal Albert Hall, Barbican and Boiler Room.
For events at The Collective and High Road House (including their regular “Gin and Jazz Nights”) we put together a dedicated quartet specifically to suit their needs. Made up of some of the city’s finest jazz players, the ensemble can work as a 2 – 6 piece outfit and tailor instrumentation to suit any occasion or space. Also available to perform are Old Dirty Brasstards, a tweed-clad, 10-piece brass and drum collective comprising some of London’s leading freelance musicians. Their eclectic fusion of bombastic sounds never fails to light up any dancefloor.
Get in touch with us if you’d like more information on our programming and curation services.