Piano Works

Love music?
Love clubbing/dancing?
Love food?
Love Brunch?
Then you’ll love Piano Works

Piano Works is London’s only non-stop live music venue.

Set in a Victorian listed warehouse (400 capacity) in the heart of Farringdon you will be able to party the night away at this live music venue with 2 pianists and accompanying musicians only play songs requested by YOU, the audience.

Piano Works gave community members of Love Pop Ups – London the opportunity to enjoy a Sunday Brunch with unlimited Prosecco.

Brunch is available every Sunday from midday to 4pm with live music by two pianists and they can take your song requests.

Brunch is available every Saturday from midday to 4pm with live music by two pianists and a full band from 1:30pm.

To find out more about Piano Works upcoming events or to book a table to eat click here.

Thanks to Piano Works who let various community members of Love Pop Ups London come down to experience brunch’s.  Read all blogs/reviews from below.

 

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11 Comments

  1. THE PIANO WORKS bottomless brunch! Farringdon London 2017.

    We had such an epic afternoon, drinking our free-flowing bottomless prosecco, eating a delicious brunch and requesting our favourite songs by the live band on stage – how cool is that?

    The band, playing drums, guitar, piano and singing were amazing. To be able to play a song to a live audience within minutes of the song request is just excellent, they were super talented!
    We shall definitely be returning, great to head to with a group of friends or a cool date!

    Check out our latest Vlog, an afternoon at The Piano Works.

    https://youtu.be/8_0ySrVX7_U

    Thank you to Love Pop Ups – London for the Vlogging opportunity, and The Piano Works for an epic afternoon.

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