Ineza & The Alex Webb Trio

Saturday 15th April 2023

Tickets: £20.00 Seat at a shared Table for 4 /£15.00 Seat – No Table

Doors: 7.30pm

Show:  8:00pm-9:30pm  – Single Set 75 min 

Please note you can book for dinner either before or after the show.

Following multiple sell-out encore performances at The Hampstead Jazz Club, she’s back in full flow.  Ineza and the Alex Webb Trio take to the stage again this year for an electrical jazz performance of the show ‘Women’s Words, Sisters’ Stories’.

Sit back, close your eyes and be transported to a time where the the great female songstresses mesmerised audiences worldwide with songs such as Billie’s ‘Don’t Explain’, Peggy’s ‘It’s a Good Day’, Abbey’s ‘Throw it Away’ and many more in their show “Women’s Words, Sisters Stories.

Peggy Lee, Billie Holiday, Betty Carter and Abbey Lincoln weren’t just great jazz vocalists – they were also songwriters, who contributed some great works to the canon.  In ‘Women’s Words, Sisters Stories;, vocalist Ineza and the Alex Webb Trio explore the repertoire penned by the great female songstresses – Billie’s ‘Don’t Explain’, Peggy’s ‘It’s a Good Day’, Abbey’s ‘Throw it Away’ and many more, including poet Fran Landesman’s classic lyric ‘Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most’.

Bringing it up to date are also songs by Jazzmeia Horn, Cecile Mclorin Salvant and Rachelle Ferrell.

Ineza is a Rwandan-born Belgian Jazz singer, based in London. She is a graduate of both Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, and Maastricht Conservatoire in The Netherlands.

Ineza was one of only eight artists to be awarded a place at the second edition of artist development program LEAP organised by international music producers Serious. She is also a passionate educator, and next to her work as a singing teacher she has been involved in various workshop-leading projects.


Alex Webb, musical impresario and leader of this hugely impressive trio, works in diverse ways in the jazz world, creating collaborations, words-and-music shows, theatre productions and recordings.  His recent album ‘The Last Bohemians’, a collaboration with vocalist David McAlmont, received 4-star reviews in the Times, Mojo, Jazzwise and Jazz Journal.

As a prolific songwriter, arranger and pianist, Alex’s songs have been recorded by jazz singers China Moses, Mina Agossi, Sandra Nkake, Liane Carroll, Allan Harris and Alexander Stewart, among others. His show ‘Cafe Society Swing’ has enjoyed several theatre runs in London and one in New York, where he received the New York Times ‘Critic’s Pick’; he has also co-authored a musical about the life of Lena Horne.


Lead Vocals – Ineza

Piano – Alex Webb

Drums – Sophie Alloway

Bass – Myra Brownbridge


Please note, The Club is not licensed to allow access to Children under the age of 16 after 9pm, so for evening performances, please do not book tickets for children under the age of 16. Children aged 16 and above are welcome at any time.

For £20.00 Tickets:

Seats are not numbered and you will be seated at available tables. Please note tables seat 4 people, so for bookings of less than 4 people, you will be seated and share a table for 4.

For £15.00 Tickets:

This is a fully seated event.  Seats are not numbered and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.

Please NOTE, there is NO food served in the Jazz Club, there is a bar for drinks. We advise booking a table for dinner at the Duke of Hamilton upstairs at least 1hr before show-time – Book Here 

Please note the Jazz Club is situated in the basement of the Duke of Hamilton Pub and access is via a number of stairs. The nearest toilets are situated on the 1st floor of the Pub.


Doors: 7:30 pm | Show: 8:00 pm

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