Live Music Saturdays

Live Music Saturdays

Every Saturday head to the Botanist for a varied programme of brilliant live music! Featuring bands and artists from across London and the UK to get your Saturday night started in style.

Every Saturday on Bottomless Brunch from 1pm – 4pm and for Bottomless Dinner from 7.30pm – 10.30pm


21st October

1pm – Kartina Heenan

7.30pm – The Vents

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28th October 

1pm – Clare Sophia

7.30pm – Roo Saville

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4th November 

1pm – Jak Chantler

A prodigious guitar player of the highest calibre, Jak is renowned for his exceptional instrumental performances which are inspired by a diverse array of genres. From classical to jazz, swing and even modern pop, Jak provides something for everyone.

Jak’s unique take on such inspirations culminates in stunning covers of an eclectic variety of songs from classical to jazz, swing and even modern pop. Jak is guaranteed to keep you entertained and delighted and his professionalism will ensure you enjoy a seamless evening of entertainment.

7.30pm – Glenn Callaghan

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11th November 

1pm – Kat Eaton

Originally discovered through BBC Introducing, The EP follows her singles ‘Giving It Up’ and ‘The Joker’ which earned Kat strong support from the late Terry Wogan & Vanessa Feltz on BBC Radio 2, Robert Elms and Gaby Roslin on BBC Radio London and Mark Forrest on BBC Introducing.

7.30pm – Clare Sophia

Claire’s infectious tone, soft and unique vocal tone is instantly recognisable and has earned her respect in the UK music industry with growing support from BBC Radio presenter Dave Monk. She is one to watch for the future.

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18th November 

1pm – Adam Isaac

Adam offers that rare mix of talent and showmanship that is pivotal to the success of any live performance. Playing a mixture of rock/pop originals and covers Adam boasts an impressive versatility that allows him to create everything from an intimate atmosphere with an acoustic set to an electrifying arena spectacular.

7.30pm – Katrina Heenan

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25th November 

1pm & 7.30pm – Kat Eaton

Unsurprisingly given the raw honesty of her lyrical material, and the strength of her vocal, Kat has been compared to some of the industry’s strongest performers, including Amy Winehouse, Paloma Faith and her hometown hero Joe Cocker.

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2nd December 

1pm – Pat Amos

Able to perform an array of contemporary and classic songs, Pat Amos’ outstanding versatility endears him to audiences of all ages and tastes. Available as a soloist or in a duo, Pat’s outstanding acoustic covers range from iconic Bob Marley songs to Florence and the Machine’s latest hits; with many more in-between.

7.30pm – Clare Sophia

Claire engages our audiences with her ever extending repertoire, lively, energetic and wonderfully talented.

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9th December

1pm – Sean Rumsey

Sean’s talent was first recognised after he reached the X-Factor live finals in 2007. Mentored by Simon Cowell, the soul singer shared the stage with Leona Lewis, Boyz II Men and Celine Dion during the process. Undoubtedly one of the finest entertainers in the UK, Sean’s exceptional voice was honed on some of the biggest stages of all.

7.30pm – Clare Sophia

Clare Sophia, a young performer originally from Liverpool already gained an extensive breadth of experience in the UK music scene. Clare has worked with leading chart producers such as Damon Hess, Deep Matter and Fitz & Baron.

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16th December 

1pm – Sean Rumsey

Sean’s talent was first recognised after he reached the X-Factor live finals in 2007. An incredibly versatile singer, Sean is able to bring a vibrancy and an energy to any event; whether he’s playing in an arena or a garden marquee.

7.30pm – Adam Isaac

Delivering an edgy rock/pop sound, Adam’s soaring vocals and rhythm-led style is a tried and tested measure of ensuring a full dancefloor, a smitten audience and an electrifying atmosphere.

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23rd December 

1pm – Laura Williams

7.30pm Sean Rumsey

Sean’s talent was first recognised after he reached the X-Factor live finals in 2007. Mentored by Simon Cowell, the soul singer shared the stage with Leona Lewis, Boyz II Men and Celine Dion during the process. Undoubtedly one of the finest entertainers in the UK, Sean’s exceptional voice was honed on some of the biggest stages of all.

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30th December 

1pm – Pat Amos

Pat’s experience includes live session and studio work with major labels, top international producers and writers for Kylie Minogue, Girls Aloud and Pet Shop Boys. Having worked alongside Gary Barlow during the 2012 X-Factor Finals, Pat has also enjoyed session work with James Arthur and Jahmene Douglas as well as tours with Taio Cruz. Such experience is apparent within his acclaimed performances that mark Pat out as one to watch.

7.30pm – Kat Eaton

Originally discovered through BBC Introducing, The EP follows her singles ‘Giving It Up’ and ‘The Joker’ which earned Kat strong support from the late Terry Wogan & Vanessa Feltz on BBC Radio 2, Robert Elms and Gaby Roslin on BBC Radio London and Mark Forrest on BBC Introducing.