Line-up

Thursday Sept 12th

8pm

Hotel Hatfield, Ambassador Suite

Pete n Dud were a legendary comedy duo, but Dudley Moore was also a top class jazz pianist. His classic 60s music is brought to life by Chris Ingham (piano), Ryan Higgs (trumpet), George Double (drums) and top bass player, Geoff Gascoyne.

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Friday Sept 13th

8pm

Seagull Theatre

£15

The original jazzrock band of the late 60s, Soft Machine became a legend. The band now comprises three long-standing members: John Etheridge (guitar), John Marshall (drums), Roy Babbington (bass) and multi instrumentalist, Theo Travis. After completing a 50th anniversary world tour, this is a real coup for Lowestoft.

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Saturday Sept 14th

5pm

Seagull Theatre

 Pay what you think.

Well known locally, as the name suggests, Pangaea plays ‘one world jazz’ in a very ‘together’ style. A wide range of modern music with some great latin jazz, from: Dave Ingham (saxes), Stephen Mynott (guitar), Vilem Haas (bass) and Azzy King (drums).

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Saturday Sept 14th

8.30pm

Seagull Theatre

£15

Elaine can be described as the queen of British jazz singers. She’s played all the top spots around the world and comes to Lowestoft with an awesome line up of: Barry Green (piano), Simon Thorpe  (bass), Bobby Worth (drums) and the great Jim Mullen (guitar).

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Sunday Sept 15th

2pm

Seagull Theatre

 Pay what you think.

Co-led by classically trained Ray Simmons (piano and trumpet) and virtuoso guitarist, Phil Brooke, the band takes you on a journey through jazz from the early years to modern. Their repertoire is truly unlimited. With Owen Morgan (bass) and Craig Hipperson (drums).

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Sunday Sept 15th

4.30pm

Seagull Theatre

Pay what you think.

 A long time local favourite who played with the best on the London jazz scene, Gill’s booming bass leads a line up of top quality musicians. Wonderful straight ahead jazz.

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Sunday Sept 15th

8pm

Seagull Theatre

 £12

A full 18 piece band which will ‘raise the roof’ at the Seagull! This band certainly swings, but Eddie does more and really puts them through their paces, creating a powerful finale to the Lowestoft Jazz Weekend.

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