The Mill Hill Jazz Club has been providing live jazz music of the highest standard to North West London since 1999.

The Jazz Club is for everyone with a passion for live jazz, blues and soul. We have had the pleasure to play host to some of the best jazz artists in the world at this London Jazz club, and to provide our patrons with world class jazz at a fraction of the price they would pay in the West End. If you like jazz, the Mill Hill Jazz Club is the place to hang out.

The Mill Hill Jazz Club is easy to get to from all over London and the South East. It is held every Wednesday from 8.30pm (see the What’s on section for more details of our upcoming events).

Announcement: We are happy to announce that The Mill Hill Music Festival will be taking place from the 12th to the 20th June 2015 – Check out their website for more details: millhillmusicfest.co.uk. We are also excited to announce that in partnership with the Music Festival we will have the pleasure of Anita Wardell at the Jazz Club on the 17th June…More information to follow soon…Hope to see you there!







With only a couple of weeks to go before the General Election, we bring you the guys everybody is talking about: Osterity.

Jazz may be facing cutbacks all over the place, but it's great to see this band going from strength to strength. They've played with "the royalty of British jazz" - Ronnie Scott, Humphrey Lyttleton, Harry Beckett, to name just a few. Next month, the quartet has been invited to play at Studio Skandia, the prestigious Swedish jazz club in Norrköping and we’re really lucky to have them as our guests at MHJC this week.

The masters of quantatively easy listening, playing material written by Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius and a host of other wonderful jazz composers, the group is "an absolute joy to listen to" (London Jazz Magazine) and "they provide the only stimulus we need to fix the musical deficit." (Jazz Quarter Review)

"The age of Osterity is not just a passing phase." (David Cameron)

Geoff Walters (guitar) Barry Parfitt (piano) Steve Picking (bass) Mike Paxton (drums).

£8 members, £9 guests