Taking it back to the 1920s, join us at Quaglino’s on Saturday 4th May and immerse yourself in a roaring 20s glamorous GATSBY BRUNCH, 11:30am-2:30pm.
Alcohol may have been hard to come by in the 1920s, but it was still around and we are kicking off the weekend with your choice of Free Flowing Champagne or Free Flowing Prosecco alongside delicious brunch dishes.
Joining us on the Q Stage, Fredrik Ferrier will perform some classic tunes from the era (from 13:00-15:00) followed by DJ Charles (15:00-16:00) You’ll be up dancing before your last dish is taken away from the table!
Put on your best silk suit or flapper dress and join us for an day of mingling, dancing, and drinking the night away. In other words, the ‘bees knees’, the ‘cat’s meow’, and basically just a rather ‘ducky’ night!
Advanced booking recommended.
About Fredrik Ferrier
Born in England but half Icelandic, Fredrik was brought up in many different countries and fed an eclectic musical diet of world music, jazz, soul and opera. In Norway he began the violin at 6 and a year later became a chorister in Scotland rehearsing most days. This lead to a music degree at Bristol University where he studied singing and piano.
His focus and passion for music and performance continued through the years and he has recently launched his career with the debut single ‘Feliz Navidad (She Stole My Heart)’, co-written with the award-winning Simon Climie and Icelandic composer and producer Bjarni Biering