Sax & guitar jazz dining

Maxim Medvedev & Héctor Lepe - duo of friends and musicians with a versatile repertoire from swing of the 30’s to the modern jazz, from lyrical ballads of Michel Legrand to grooving jazz of the 60s. You are free to join us for a swinging & jazzy dining expirience.      

Guitar jazz night at Lulu’s

Lulu's Pohjoisesplanadi 17, Helsinki, Finland

Héctor Lepe performs solo at Lulu's. Classy & romantic jazz tunes.

Art dining performance “Last supper”

Lulu's Pohjoisesplanadi 17, Helsinki, Finland

Our hit performance "Last supper". Check the video from the previous one. Lavish dinners were always the subject of art. Artists like Rembrandt, Jean-Georges Beraud, Jean de Saive II, J. Paul Getty saved for us an image of a feast where food was abandoned, special dinner outfits were chosen, big hairstyles and makeup were presented.... View Article

Live painting: Lulu’s live sketches

Lulu's Pohjoisesplanadi 17, Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki based artist - Marina, SansarArt @sansart_outdoor, - will be creating live sketches at Lulu's, some are given to our guests as  a gift after. You are invited to dine / snack / have a cocktail by the bar and join painting performance. Follow the link to check previous live paintings.      

Performance “Human meat”

Lulu's Pohjoisesplanadi 17, Helsinki, Finland

"One of the best" performances we asked to repeat at Lulu's - “Human meat”. It presents the constant battle between human mind and body. In this installation/performance the artists are creating challenging environment and research and test body as an object. Just like our minds do it constantly.  The installation / performance is created by... View Article

Letter dance and guitar perfromance

Lulu's Pohjoisesplanadi 17, Helsinki, Finland

Nanny Milda - dancer from the National Finnish Ballet - will introduce her dance performance accompinied by acoustic guitar. Nanny was inspired by Johannes Vermeer's "A girl reading a letter at an open window" - one of the most mysterious art works he created in the middle of the 17th century.