Way Out West is a collective of the finest jazz musicians in West London and, starting from the 2018 London Jazz Festival, will be programming monthly gigs at the Barnes Home Guards Association, alongside their existing residencies at the Bull’s Head, Barnes, Café POSK, Hammersmith and the Clock House, Teddington.

Way Out West venues:

Bulls Head Barnes

The Bull’s Head, also known as “The Bull”, is a pub in Barnes situated within the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, England. It hosts live music in an attached music room which has a capacity for 80 people.

Overlooking the river Thames in the south west London suburb of Barnes, it was one of the first and most important jazz venues in Britain. The Bull’s original music room was opened at the same time as Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and became known as the “suburban Ronnie Scott’s”

Jazz Cafe Posk

The club is run by volunteers driven by their love for live music and providing a friendly environment for upcoming and established musicians to share their music to our community, residents of West London and music enthusiasts from further afield.

Clock House, Teddington

Friday night music at a great traditional pub within the heart of Teddington, boasting a warm and affable atmosphere

Current musician members:

Chris Biscoe
Dave Jones
Emily Saunders
Gary Willcox
Jimmy Hastings
Kate Williams
Mick Sexton
Mike Outram
Nette Robinson
Pete Hurt
Tim Whitehead
Tony Kinsey
Tony Woods
Nick Mills
Tom Millar
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