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The best club in Sydney - The Basement
The best club in Sydney - The Basement
In my day this used to be the back door - now appears to be the front door! The Basement takes it live from centre stage 6-7 nights of the week. You can come along just for the music or you can make a proper night of it by taking in both dinner and show where, included in one price you get entry to some hot music, and an excellent 2 course meal. So, instead of worrying about whether you can manage to fit in a meal at a restaurant somewhere else and get to the show on time, you can make life and your evening simple by doing it all in one place. The box office is open from 10 – 5.30pm 5 days a week. You can make your reservation with a credit card by phone – 02-9251 2797 - or you can drop in to the club at 29 Reiby Place, Circular Quay and make your booking in person. Our on-line box office for standing room tickets is available 24 hours a day. If you want to know what’s on you can check it out here or by becoming a Basement Member and receiving our monthly program by mail. Of course, you can always just ring us on 02-9251 2797. The Club In the heart of Sydney’s CBD, there aren’t too many businesses – especially in the entertainment and hospitality field - that can claim over 30 years in existence. With an international reputation for providing the finest in both local and overseas music to Sydneysiders 6-7 nights a week, the line up of ‘greats’ to have graced the stage is too exhaustive to list completely but over the years has seen the likes of Art Pepper Bill Evans Dizzy Gillespie Ed Kuepper Eric Bibb FourPlay Freddie Hubbard Fruit Galapagos Duck Georgie Fame Glenn Tilbrook Harry Manx Herbie Hancock Idea of North James Morrison Jeff Duff Jimmy Barnes Jimmy Little Jimmy Webb Johnny Griffin Joshua Redmond Kasey Chambers Keith Urban Kinky Friedman Kurt Elling Marcia Hines Mick Hart Mick Thomas Paul Kelly Prince Ralph McTell Renee Geyer Taj Mahal Tex Perkins The Whitlams Tim Finn Tommy Emmanuel Tony Joe White Vince Jones and, as they say in show business, many, many more. But The Basement is more than just a venue to tickle your musical fancy. Aside from the main music and restaurant area, are 2 separate bars, the Blue Note and The Green Room where you can take in a post work drink or shoot some pool, grab a Bistro meal or just relax and chat with your mates over a cocktail or coffee. Beginnings When The Basement first opened its doors, it was in a single level basement that was to become an alternative to the, at the time, less than avant garde scene of pub rock and cover bands playing the registered clubs. The opinion of the then-owners was that if people were buying records by a more catholic range of musicians then there was more than a good chance they'd want to see them live. And so, on May 10, 1972 The Basement began what has become a benchmark club for contemporary music. With its beginnings as primarily a jazz venue it was also firmly in place that a broad spectrum and mix of styles was what Sydney audiences would be open to – if only they had the chance. Not only did they take up the chance – they demanded more - and more people demanded entrance to the club. Originally with a capacity for 120 seated and 150 standing, 1977 saw the expansion of The Basement to a 2-level space, providing crucial extra seating and bar room. From Galapagos Duck, Johnny Griffin, Vince Jones and Dizzy Gillespie the Basement was now able to accommodate the likes of Art Pepper, Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard and Georgie Fame. But bad news struck in 1988 when developers decided to redevelop the site and knock the building down. Good news, however, was just down the street. In 1992, only a few doors away from the original spot, The Basement reopened but with greater space than before, better facilities and this time as a venue custom built for its purpose. The music continues and the only things that change at The Basement, are the great names who appear on stage. For those who love good music but can’t make it to the club itself, ABC TV offers up a series of select shows in ‘Live at The Basement’. For more details, check your local program guide. The Green Room Midday – late Mon – Fri 7pm – late Weekends Definitely, the total kick back bar of The Basement to have a beer, shoot some pool or meet your mates. The Green Room and side bar just off the main entrance is as much like stepping into one of those great American bars you see on the screen as you’ll find anywhere. All of our bars are stocked with an enormous selection of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks, with The Green Room being the popular place to be during Happy Hour (4.30-6.30pm Mon – Fri). Like the rest of the club, The Green Room’s walls are lined with a whole lot of Basement history. Check out all the flyers, photos and posters from past shows, rack ‘em up and relax in The Green Room.
The Basement, Reiby Place,Sydney
The Basement, Reiby Place,Sydney
In my day this used to be the front door - now appears to be the back door! The Basement takes it live from centre stage 6-7 nights of the week. You can come along just for the music or you can make a proper night of it by taking in both dinner and show where, included in one price you get entry to some hot music, and an excellent 2 course meal. So, instead of worrying about whether you can manage to fit in a meal at a restaurant somewhere else and get to the show on time, you can make life and your evening simple by doing it all in one place. The box office is open from 10 – 5.30pm 5 days a week. You can make your reservation with a credit card by phone – 02-9251 2797 - or you can drop in to the club at 29 Reiby Place, Circular Quay and make your booking in person. Our on-line box office for standing room tickets is available 24 hours a day. If you want to know what’s on you can check it out here or by becoming a Basement Member and receiving our monthly program by mail. Of course, you can always just ring us on 02-9251 2797. The Club In the heart of Sydney’s CBD, there aren’t too many businesses – especially in the entertainment and hospitality field - that can claim over 30 years in existence. With an international reputation for providing the finest in both local and overseas music to Sydneysiders 6-7 nights a week, the line up of ‘greats’ to have graced the stage is too exhaustive to list completely but over the years has seen the likes of Art Pepper Bill Evans Dizzy Gillespie Ed Kuepper Eric Bibb FourPlay Freddie Hubbard Fruit Galapagos Duck Georgie Fame Glenn Tilbrook Harry Manx Herbie Hancock Idea of North James Morrison Jeff Duff Jimmy Barnes Jimmy Little Jimmy Webb Johnny Griffin Joshua Redmond Kasey Chambers Keith Urban Kinky Friedman Kurt Elling Marcia Hines Mick Hart Mick Thomas Paul Kelly Prince Ralph McTell Renee Geyer Taj Mahal Tex Perkins The Whitlams Tim Finn Tommy Emmanuel Tony Joe White Vince Jones and, as they say in show business, many, many more. But The Basement is more than just a venue to tickle your musical fancy. Aside from the main music and restaurant area, are 2 separate bars, the Blue Note and The Green Room where you can take in a post work drink or shoot some pool, grab a Bistro meal or just relax and chat with your mates over a cocktail or coffee. Beginnings When The Basement first opened its doors, it was in a single level basement that was to become an alternative to the, at the time, less than avant garde scene of pub rock and cover bands playing the registered clubs. The opinion of the then-owners was that if people were buying records by a more catholic range of musicians then there was more than a good chance they'd want to see them live. And so, on May 10, 1972 The Basement began what has become a benchmark club for contemporary music. With its beginnings as primarily a jazz venue it was also firmly in place that a broad spectrum and mix of styles was what Sydney audiences would be open to – if only they had the chance. Not only did they take up the chance – they demanded more - and more people demanded entrance to the club. Originally with a capacity for 120 seated and 150 standing, 1977 saw the expansion of The Basement to a 2-level space, providing crucial extra seating and bar room. From Galapagos Duck, Johnny Griffin, Vince Jones and Dizzy Gillespie the Basement was now able to accommodate the likes of Art Pepper, Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard and Georgie Fame. But bad news struck in 1988 when developers decided to redevelop the site and knock the building down. Good news, however, was just down the street. In 1992, only a few doors away from the original spot, The Basement reopened but with greater space than before, better facilities and this time as a venue custom built for its purpose. The music continues and the only things that change at The Basement, are the great names who appear on stage. For those who love good music but can’t make it to the club itself, ABC TV offers up a series of select shows in ‘Live at The Basement’. For more details, check your local program guide. The Green Room Midday – late Mon – Fri 7pm – late Weekends Definitely, the total kick back bar of The Basement to have a beer, shoot some pool or meet your mates. The Green Room and side bar just off the main entrance is as much like stepping into one of those great American bars you see on the screen as you’ll find anywhere. All of our bars are stocked with an enormous selection of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks, with The Green Room being the popular place to be during Happy Hour (4.30-6.30pm Mon – Fri). Like the rest of the club, The Green Room’s walls are lined with a whole lot of Basement history. Check out all the flyers, photos and posters from past shows, rack ‘em up and relax in The Green Room.

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