Join us at Quaglino’s on Wednesday 4th July for an exclusive performance by the incredibly talented and platinum-selling artist Jocelyn Brown, kicking off Q Decades, a journey through eras of music this Summer, at Quaglino’s.
Jocelyn will perform from 9pm-10pm. Make a night of it with one of our bar or dining packages and enjoy delicious food and cocktails.
£65 to watch the performance from the restaurant’s standard seats, including a three-course dinner and a cocktail
£85 to watch the performance from the restaurant’s premium seats, including a three-course dinner and a glass of Champagne
£25 to enjoy the performance at Quaglino’s Mezzanine bar, plus a cocktail
To make a booking, please contact the team:
Call 020 7930 6767 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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About Jocelyn Brown
Jocelyn Lorette Brown (born November 25, 1950), sometimes credited as Jocelyn Shaw, is an American R&B and dance music singer She has an extensive background in the music industry and is well known in the world of dance music.
In 1984, Brown released a number of singles in her own name, including Somebody’s else Guy (which she co-wrote and was later re-recorded in 1997 by Cece Peniston, which reached #2 on the Billboard R&B Singles chart (#75 on the Hot 100) and became the title track of her first album (a compilation of tracks from her career to date), released that same year
Brown appeared on both seasons of BBC One’s celebrity singing talent show Just the two of us, first with TV presenter Matt Allwright (placing sixth), then with actor John Bardon from Eastenders (placing fourth). In 2006, Brown released a CD entitled Unreleased.