A luxury live music restaurant has opened its doors at Wembley Park.

Studio Five, a new dining area at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre, has been launched by Olivier award-winning producer Oliver Royds and West End producer Tristian Baker.

Between the two, they have been behind countless productions including Guys & Dolls and David Bowie's Lazarus.

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Diners can enjoy live music on Friday and Saturday evenings, with each table set with a clear view of the venue’s stage.

Independent artists and up-and-coming new acts will take the stage as well as performances from local music school students as part of the owners' commitment to supporting young talent.

Studio Five has opened in WembleyStudio Five has opened in Wembley (Image: Studio Five)

It will offer a British-Asian fusion menu such as mussels cooked in coconut milk and lemongrass broth, or grilled king prawns with chilli and ginger.

In the past, the site was used to house Fox Films, ITC and Limehouse – while big names like The Beatles performed there in 1964 and Freddie Mercury recorded his final music video at the venue in 1991.

Two courses cost £31 or three courses can be enjoyed for £37 – each accompanied with a side dish and a complimentary glass of house wine, beer, sparkling wine, mocktail or soft drink.