Jazzy June Evenings at Morden Hall Park

Members of the South London Jazz Orchestra playing instruments

Join us for a series of Jazz evenings throughout June in our Victorian stable yard. Sit back, relax and enjoy a glass of Pimm's while listening to jazz. The perfect summer's evening. Come along for an evening performance every Friday in June from 8pm to 10pm. Tickets are £8 in advance and £10 on the door, on the door tickets will be limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

With a wide range of jazz on offer there is something for everyone, with performances from South London Jazz Orchestra, Between the lines, Hetty and Jazzato Band and Tiger Tim’s Ragamuffins. Enjoy the beautiful setting in our Victorian stable yard in the heart of the park while the sun sets on a summer’s evening. 

South London Jazz Orchestra, Friday 3 June, 8pm – 10pm

South London Jazz Orchestra returns this year for an evening of jazz. A spirited and committed community group of dedicated musicians playing big band jazz and swing classics, the SLJO are fan favourites bringing a bold sound to our Victorian stable yard.

Between the Lines – Friday 10 June, 8pm – 10pm 

Between the Lines are a London-based jazz quartet featuring Sylvia Schmidt on vocals, Nick Webster on double bass, Michael Raggatt on keys and Andy Wilder on drums. They have been performing together for the last two and a half years and have a wide repertoire of jazz standards, Latin numbers and re-workings of contemporary songs performed with a vintage twist.

Hetty and the Jazzoto Band – Fri 17 June, 8pm - 10pm 

Hetty and the Jazzato Band are a young, professional, Anglo-Italian Jazz Quintet, that bring to every performance a taste of the 'Dolce Vita' with their modern twist on vintage and classic Italian songs, gypsy-jazz, swing, and jazz standards in English and Italian.


Tiger Tim’s Ragamuffins, Friday 24 June, 8pm – 10pm

Tiger Tim’s Ragamuffins are a traditional and Dixieland good time jazz band. They bring together brass with the banjo to create a wonderfully uplifting performance. They are easy to spot with their traditional straw hats and pin striped suits.

What to Bring

These events will be outside, so make sure that you dress for the weather.  Our cafe wiill be open until 9:45 serving hot and cold drinks as well as alcohol and some snacks.  We have chairs and tables available, but if you'd like to bring your camping chair, that's fine. Just remember that the event is held on the cobbles of our stable yard, rather than grass, so if you're bringing a picnic it will be best to keep it so that it is easy to transport.