Line-up

This year's exciting line up........

Thursday 16th September : 8.00pm
Tickets : £15

Regularly voted as Britain’s best male jazz vocalist, Ian has tremendous range. His solo act involves hilarious tales and wit. But he also bares his soul in his music. Always sold out at Ronnie Scott’s. Pure entertainment you will never forget.

(Sponsored by Lowestoft Distillery Company)

VENUE : HOTEL HATFIELD

Friday 17th September : 8.00pm
Tickets : £15

The ever popular singer/pianist returns with Roger Carey (bass) and Russell Field (drums). With her powerful voice, full of soul and emotion, she sings a mixture of popular songs and jazz standards. Regularly topping the bill at Ronnie Scott’s, Liane has won many awards as our best female jazz vocalist.

(Sponsored by Taylor Properties)

VENUE : THE SEAGULL THEATRE

Saturday 18th September : 8.00pm
Tickets : £15

Actually they’re from Haringey, not Hungary, but the name aptly describes their appearance and the style of music they play! Led by Britain’s top jazz violinist, Christian Garrick, the band offers an extravaganza of gipsy style jazzy East European folk tunes. With Eddie Hession (accordion), Adrian Zolotuhin (guitar), Kelly Cantelan (bass).

(Sponsored by Karpet Kingdom Ltd)

VENUE : THE SEAGULL THEATRE

Sunday 19th September : 2.30pm
Tickets : £12

The great man’s music rediscovered, arranged and played superbly by Simon Brown (piano), Roger Beaujolais (vibes), Simon Hurley (guitar), Owen Morgan (bass) and George Double (drums) with Andi Hopgood (vocals). Not be missed. 

(Sponsored by Cripps Developments)

VENUE : THE SEAGULL THEATRE

Sunday 19th September : 4.45pm
Tickets : FREE

A screening of WHIPLASH, the highly acclaimed movie about the ordeals of a young man wanting to be a jazz drummer. Directed (2014) by Damien Chazelle (La La Land). 

Not for the faint hearted!

VENUE : THE SEAGULL THEATRE

Sunday 19th September : 7.30pm
Tickets : £15

Jools Holland’s sax player, Derek Nash and legendary singer, Noel McCalla (Manfred Mann Earth Band) lead this band playing the music of Stevie Wonder. Some of the greatest songs ever written are jazzed up by these top musicians. Derek Nash saxes; Noel McCalla vocals; Neil Angilley piano; Tim Cansfield guitar; Jonathan Noyce bass; Nic France drums.

(Sponsored by Parker Developments)

VENUE : THE SEAGULL THEATRE