Current Programme

June ‘17

Sun 25

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   HOT TIN ROOF

Stripped-back atmospheric Blues/Soul from Andy McKay-Challen (guitar/voc) and Gavin Jack (slide guitar), AND loads of Swing/Blues Dancers on the dancefloor!

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/£4   ‘STORMY SUNDAY’ – Blues Showcase

Monthly Blues night with resident band Piranha Blues plus this month’s Guests: The Lewis Hamilton Blues Band

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   THE SUNDAY SINNERS

Dance to dynamic Funk/Soul grooves from in-the-pocket 5-piece band with outstanding vocals.

Mon 26

8pm £5/£4   THE JAZZ BAR’s 17-Piece BIG BAND

Open Rehearsal 8-9pm, full gig from 9.15-10.45pm

Wonderful sounds from this great weekly band with FOUR trumpets, FOUR trombones, FIVE saxes and FOUR rhythm! It’s a variable line-up of top-class pro players, who travel in from Glasgow, Borders, Perth, Fife (and Edinburgh!), to participate in this outstanding gig. There’s just nowhere else you can hear this standard of regular Big Band playing. Co-led by sax player Keith Edwards, the personnel changes weekly, as does their selection of fantastic arrangements, many of which are imported direct from Los Angeles by the band’s ex-LA bassist and co-leader Erik Lars Hansen.

11.30-2.30am (Entry from 10.30pm) £4/£3   GLAMOUR & THE BAYBES

Keep that weekend party going! Come down and boogie with this high-octane electric 6-piece with punchy sax/trumpet horn lines, delivering high end funk-fusion versions of Nirvana, Tower of Power, Massive Attack, Snarky Puppy & more, fronted by the larger-than-life manic sax/vocals of Angus Munro: ‘Soulful and outrageous … the largest vocal range I’ve ever heard!’ (Scotsman)

Tue 27

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm: John Hunt’s AFTER WORK BLUES

Acoustic/Electric Blues by singer/guitarist John Hunt – and check out his amazing hand-built guitars! ‘Gritty, Funky Boogie-Woogie from a master of blues slide-guitar’ – Evening News

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £4/£3   THE GREAT JAZZ JAM SESSION

Open Stage ‘Jazz Jam’ where our excellent House Trio backs all kinds of surprise jazzy guests dropping in to play – and we’ve no idea who’s coming in until tonight! If you want to play, turn up with your instrument and ask for a place on the evening’s list of guest players

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   101st AIRBORNE

Soaring guitar and driving funk rhythms from brilliantly creative guitarist Aki Remally and his 4-piece Funk/Soul groove band (named after Jimi Hendrix’s US Army unit!)

Wed 28

1pm-4pm, £3   RED DOG ACADEMY OF MUSIC & SOUND

The students of Edinburgh’s own Academy of Music & Sound step onto our stage for their end of year performance. Come and check out the incredible local talent emerging from the heart of Edinburgh.

6.30-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   GRAEME MEARNS – Acoustic Swing

A Hat, a Suit, and a Guitar. With a swing/jazz/acoustic style somewhere between Django Reinhardt and Richard Thompson, you’ll hear familiar songs in a way you’ve never imagined

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/4  TRIO RSP

On a mission to interpret the sound and style of the classical jazz Hammond trio format and broaden the genre into the modern era through original compositions and arrangements, electric guitarist Dave Series showcases classic, grooving, swinging modern jazz in the Wes Montgomery/Grant Green mould with Huw Rees on Hammond Organ (also playing bass lines with his left hand) and Italian drummer Max Popp.

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   SWAMPFOG

Fat horns and heavy riffs, with a healthy serving of New Orleans grooves, from Tom Pickles’ 6-piece with sax, trumpet & trombone horns plus Jed Potts (gtr/voc), bass and drums: a mix of originals, classics and a few unexpected covers

Thu 29

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   HENRY IBBS – Teatime Acoustic

Expect a mixture of tunes: traditional, original and cover versions (with more than a dash of Scouse!) from well-known singer/songwriter Henry Ibbs.

8.30-11.30 (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/4   NOT NOW CHARLIE

The roots of this Newcastle based band are set in the Jazz world but they draw on their mutual love of many other genres such as Rock, Neo Soul, Pop and R&B.  Expect the perfect mix of Jazz harmony with infectious grooves and memorable melodies, all topped off with the excitement of improvisation. The band features Jamie Toms (Sax), Pavel Jedrzejewski (Guitar), Richard Campbell (Piano), Liam Gaughan (Bass) and Dave McKeague (Drums).

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   FUTURE HEROES

Superbly creative guitarist Aki Remally fronts this brilliant Groove/Funk 6-piece, with funky horn section of Jonny White (sax) and trumpet ace Chuck Dearness

Fri 30

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   TARTAN UNDERGROUND Acoustic Showcase

Acoustic session with specially invited guests each week showcasing the hidden talents of Scottish songwriting, hosted by troubadour singer/songwriter Sher Watson.

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £6/£5   ALI AFFLECK & THE COPPER CATS

Vintage New Orleans jazz and blues from award-winning vocalist Alison Affleck (sell-out Fringe shows!), and her cheeky mix of renowned local musicians, with Dick Lee (sax/clarinet), Colin Steele (trumpet), Ross Milligan (guitar), Danielle Price (tuba) and Davide Rinaldi (drums). Ali’s passionate handling of the lyrics (‘stunningly expressive’ – San Diego Tribune) coupled with a light-hearted, mischievous stage presence,  offers up a fresh interpretation of early jazz and blues whilst remaining faithful to the meaning behind the songs. a

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £6/£5   GECKO3

The popular, quirky Edinburgh 3-piece of Marty Philip (guitar/voc), Paul Gilbody (double-bass/voc) and Hugh Martin (drums) delivers a highly original programme of great funk/reggae and acid jazz songs.

PLUS DJ AKI

July ‘17

Sat 1

2-5pm Free   AFTERNOON JAZZ with THE MELLOTONES TRIO

Hot swinging jazz from Alan Anderson (piano), Jimmy Taylor (bass/vocals) and Bob Stewart (drums)

5.45-8pm Free (until 7.30pm)   MPG ACOUSTIC SHOWCASE

Three of Edinburgh’s finest singer/songwriters, Mike MacFarlane, Paul Montague and Graeme Mearns present fabulous (and occasionally anarchic!) musical entertainment, each week featuring specially invited guests.

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £6/£5   ‘WORLD PREMIERE’ QUINTET

Every Saturday, a different hand-picked selection of five excellent jazz players meets on stage for the first time (hence the name) – and plays with no rehearsal, and not even a set list! It’s always a ‘surprise’ line-up – even for the players.

12-2.30am (Entry 11.30pm) £6/£5   TBA

PLUS DJ CALUM

Sun 2

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   HOT TIN ROOF

Stripped-back atmospheric Blues/Soul from Andy McKay-Challen (guitar/voc) and Gavin Jack (slide guitar), AND loads of Swing/Blues Dancers on the dancefloor!

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/£4   SINGERS NIGHT with WILLIAM YOUNG

An evening of blues, jazz and soul from the Kentucky-born singer, backed by a top-drawer jazz quartet featuring outstanding drummer Paul Mills.

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   THE SUNDAY SINNERS

Dance to dynamic Funk/Soul grooves from in-the-pocket 5-piece band with outstanding vocals.

Mon 3

8pm £5/£4   THE JAZZ BAR’s 17-Piece BIG BAND

Open Rehearsal 8-9pm, full gig from 9.15-10.45pm

Wonderful sounds from this great weekly band with FOUR trumpets, FOUR trombones, FIVE saxes and FOUR rhythm! It’s a variable line-up of top-class pro players, who travel in from Glasgow, Borders, Perth, Fife (and Edinburgh!), to participate in this outstanding gig. There’s just nowhere else you can hear this standard of regular Big Band playing. Co-led by sax player Keith Edwards, the personnel changes weekly, as does their selection of fantastic arrangements, many of which are imported direct from Los Angeles by the band’s ex-LA bassist and co-leader Erik Lars Hansen.

11.30-2.30am (Entry from 10.30pm) £4/£3   GLAMOUR & THE BAYBES

Keep that weekend party going! Come down and boogie with this high-octane electric 6-piece with punchy sax/trumpet horn lines, delivering high end funk-fusion versions of Nirvana, Tower of Power, Massive Attack, Snarky Puppy & more, fronted by the larger-than-life manic sax/vocals of Angus Munro: ‘Soulful and outrageous … the largest vocal range I’ve ever heard!’ (Scotsman)

Tue 4

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm: John Hunt’s AFTER WORK BLUES

Acoustic/Electric Blues by singer/guitarist John Hunt – and check out his amazing hand-built guitars! ‘Gritty, Funky Boogie-Woogie from a master of blues slide-guitar’ – Evening News

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £4/£3   THE GREAT JAZZ JAM SESSION

Open Stage ‘Jazz Jam’ where our excellent House Trio backs all kinds of surprise jazzy guests dropping in to play – and we’ve no idea who’s coming in until tonight! If you want to play, turn up with your instrument and ask for a place on the evening’s list of guest players

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   101st AIRBORNE

Soaring guitar and driving funk rhythms from brilliantly creative guitarist Aki Remally and his 4-piece Funk/Soul groove band (named after Jimi Hendrix’s US Army unit!)

Wed 5

6.30-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   GRAEME MEARNS – Acoustic Swing

A Hat, a Suit, and a Guitar. With a swing/jazz/acoustic style somewhere between Django Reinhardt and Richard Thompson, you’ll hear familiar songs in a way you’ve never imagined

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/£4   TRUCKLEMUNCH

Original music with influences from jazz to drum and bass to balkan brass band. Expect electrifying improvisations, and powerful groove driven compositions from Glasgow Conservatoire all stars Tim Quicke (trumpet), Michael Butcher (tenor sax), Liam Shortall (trombone), Fergus McCreadie (keys), David Bowden (bass), Stephen Henderson (drums).

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   SWAMPFOG

Fat horns and heavy riffs, with a healthy serving of New Orleans grooves, from Tom Pickles’ 6-piece with sax, trumpet & trombone horns plus Jed Potts (gtr/voc), bass and drums: a mix of originals, classics and a few unexpected covers

Thu 6

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   HENRY IBBS – Teatime Acoustic

Expect a mixture of tunes: traditional, original and cover versions (with more than a dash of Scouse!) from well-known singer/songwriter Henry Ibbs.

8.30-11.30 (Entry from 7.30pm) £6/£5   THE WILLY JAMES BAND

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   FUTURE HEROES

Superbly creative guitarist Aki Remally fronts this brilliant Groove/Funk 6-piece, with funky horn section of Jonny White (sax) and trumpet ace Chuck Dearness

Fri 7

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   TARTAN UNDERGROUND Acoustic Showcase

Acoustic session with specially invited guests each week showcasing the hidden talents of Scottish songwriting, hosted by troubadour singer/songwriter Sher Watson.

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £6/£5   MacFARLANE/McNEILL STANDARDS GROUP

Fierce swing, gentle latin and a winding waltz. Malcolm MacFarlane (guitar) and Gordon McNeil (saxophone) with locked in rhythm section, Ricky Linn (drums), Mark Austin (bass) & Iain Mathieson (keys) joyfully fire through some of their favourite standards.

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £6/£5   SAMBA SENE & DIWAN

Dancefloor filling African rhythms from charismatic frontman, Senegal’s Samba Sene (voc) and his percussion-driven 6-piece band.

PLUS DJ AKI

Sat 8

2-5pm Free   AFTERNOON JAZZ with THE MELLOTONES TRIO

Hot swinging jazz from Alan Anderson (piano), Jimmy Taylor (bass/vocals) and Bob Stewart (drums)

5.45-8pm Free (until 7.30pm)   MPG ACOUSTIC SHOWCASE

Three of Edinburgh’s finest singer/songwriters, Mike MacFarlane, Paul Montague and Graeme Mearns present fabulous (and occasionally anarchic!) musical entertainment, each week featuring specially invited guests.

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £6/£5   ‘WORLD PREMIERE’ QUINTET

Every Saturday, a different hand-picked selection of five excellent jazz players meets on stage for the first time (hence the name) – and plays with no rehearsal, and not even a set list! It’s always a ‘surprise’ line-up – even for the players.

12-2.30am (Entry 11.30pm) £6/£5   TBA

PLUS DJ NIKNAK NIK

Sun 9

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   HOT TIN ROOF

Stripped-back atmospheric Blues/Soul from Andy McKay-Challen (guitar/voc) and Gavin Jack (slide guitar), AND loads of Swing/Blues Dancers on the dancefloor!

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/£4   THE MIRACLE GLASS COMPANY

Edinburgh rock’n’roll supergroup Miracle Glass Company present a stripped back acoustic set of original material, showcasing their stunning 3-part harmonies, reminiscent of Crosby, Stills and Nash. Plus special guests

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   THE SUNDAY SINNERS

Dance to dynamic Funk/Soul grooves from in-the-pocket 5-piece band, featuring outstanding vocals.

Mon 10

8pm £5/£4   THE JAZZ BAR’s 17-Piece BIG BAND

Open Rehearsal 8-9pm, full gig from 9.15-10.45pm

Wonderful sounds from this great weekly band with FOUR trumpets, FOUR trombones, FIVE saxes and FOUR rhythm! It’s a variable line-up of top-class pro players, who travel in from Glasgow, Borders, Perth, Fife (and Edinburgh!), to participate in this outstanding gig. There’s just nowhere else you can hear this standard of regular Big Band playing. Co-led by sax player Keith Edwards, the personnel changes weekly, as does their selection of fantastic arrangements, many of which are imported direct from Los Angeles by the band’s ex-LA bassist and co-leader Erik Lars Hansen.

11.30-2.30am (Entry from 10.30pm) £4/£3   GLAMOUR & THE BAYBES

Keep that weekend party going! Come down and boogie with this high-octane electric 6-piece with punchy sax/trumpet horn lines, delivering high end funk-fusion versions of Nirvana, Tower of Power, Massive Attack, Snarky Puppy & more, fronted by the larger-than-life manic sax/vocals of Angus Munro: ‘Soulful and outrageous … the largest vocal range I’ve ever heard!’ (Scotsman)

Tue 11

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   John Hunt’s AFTER WORK BLUES

Acoustic/Electric Blues by singer/guitarist John Hunt – and check out his amazing hand-built guitars! ‘Gritty, Funky Boogie-Woogie from a master of blues slide-guitar’ – Evening News

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £4/£3   THE GREAT JAZZ JAM SESSION

Open Stage ‘Jazz Jam’ where our excellent House Trio backs all kinds of surprise jazzy guests dropping in to play – and we’ve no idea who’s coming in until tonight! If you want to play, turn up with your instrument and ask for a place on the evening’s list of guest players

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   101st AIRBORNE

Soaring guitar and driving funk rhythms from brilliantly creative guitarist Aki Remally and his 4-piece Funk/Soul groove band (named after Jimi Hendrix’s US Army unit!)

Wed 12

6.30-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   GRAEME MEARNS – Acoustic Swing

A Hat, a Suit, and a Guitar. With a swing/jazz/acoustic style somewhere between Django Reinhardt and Richard Thompson, you’ll hear familiar songs in a way you’ve never imagined

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/£4   DAN ABRAHAMS/GRAEME STEPHEN QUARTET

Highly creative and dynamic music led by two of Scotland’s most lyrical jazz guitarists; award winning innovative film composer Graeme Stephen and rising talent Dan Abrahams. With influence from catchy pop tunes, traditional folk melodies and much more, this won’t be a ‘jazzy jazz’ gig. Both guitarists are inspired by fusion legends such as John Scofield, Bill Frisel and Brad Meldauh. They’ll be joined by the impeccable Davide Rinaldi on drums and Ed Kelly on bass.

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   SWAMPFOG

Fat horns and heavy riffs, with a healthy serving of New Orleans grooves, from Tom Pickles’ 6-piece with sax, trumpet & trombone horns plus Jed Potts (gtr/voc), bass and drums: a mix of originals, classics and a few unexpected covers

Thu 13

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   HENRY IBBS – Teatime Acoustic

Expect a mixture of tunes: traditional, original and cover versions (with more than a dash of Scouse!) from well-known singer/songwriter Henry Ibbs.

8.30-11.30 (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/£4   DELTA GROOVE COLLECTIVE – Jazz Crusaders Tribute

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   FUTURE HEROES

Superbly creative guitarist Aki Remally fronts this brilliant Groove/Funk 6-piece, with funky horn section of Jonny White (sax) and trumpet ace Chuck Dearness


THE EDINBURGH JAZZ & BLUES FESTIVAL
14TH – 23RD OF JULY

Please visit this page for listings and information about the jazz festival.


Mon 24

8pm £5/£4   THE JAZZ BAR’s 17-Piece BIG BAND

Open Rehearsal 8-9pm, full gig from 9.15-10.45pm

Wonderful sounds from this great weekly band with FOUR trumpets, FOUR trombones, FIVE saxes and FOUR rhythm! It’s a variable line-up of top-class pro players, who travel in from Glasgow, Borders, Perth, Fife (and Edinburgh!), to participate in this outstanding gig. There’s just nowhere else you can hear this standard of regular Big Band playing. Co-led by sax player Keith Edwards, the personnel changes weekly, as does their selection of fantastic arrangements, many of which are imported direct from Los Angeles by the band’s ex-LA bassist and co-leader Erik Lars Hansen.

11.30-2.30am (Entry from 10.30pm) £4/£3   GLAMOUR & THE BAYBES

Keep that weekend party going! Come down and boogie with this high-octane electric 6-piece with punchy sax/trumpet horn lines, delivering high end funk-fusion versions of Nirvana, Tower of Power, Massive Attack, Snarky Puppy & more, fronted by the larger-than-life manic sax/vocals of Angus Munro: ‘Soulful and outrageous … the largest vocal range I’ve ever heard!’ (Scotsman)

Tue 25

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   John Hunt’s AFTER WORK BLUES

Acoustic/Electric Blues by singer/guitarist John Hunt – and check out his amazing hand-built guitars! ‘Gritty, Funky Boogie-Woogie from a master of blues slide-guitar’ – Evening News

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £4/£3   THE GREAT JAZZ JAM SESSION

Open Stage ‘Jazz Jam’ where our excellent House Trio backs all kinds of surprise jazzy guests dropping in to play – and we’ve no idea who’s coming in until tonight! If you want to play, turn up with your instrument and ask for a place on the evening’s list of guest players

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   101st AIRBORNE

Soaring guitar and driving funk rhythms from brilliantly creative guitarist Aki Remally and his 4-piece Funk/Soul groove band (named after Jimi Hendrix’s US Army unit!)

Wed 26

6.30-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   GRAEME MEARNS – Acoustic Swing

A Hat, a Suit, and a Guitar. With a swing/jazz/acoustic style somewhere between Django Reinhardt and Richard Thompson, you’ll hear familiar songs in a way you’ve never imagined

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/£4   PAAPRIKA

Sinking into the music of Paaprika is like diving into a clear blue sea and finding it’s far deeper and stranger than you’d expected. The strong currents of the luminous shallows carry you far below into opaque depths where gigantic plain coloured shapes linger in something very close to silence. With Robin Engelhard (electric guitar), Andrius Dereviancenko (tenor sax), Brodie Jarvie (double bass), and Guy Salamon (drums).

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   SWAMPFOG

Fat horns and heavy riffs, with a healthy serving of New Orleans grooves, from Tom Pickles’ 6-piece with sax, trumpet & trombone horns plus Jed Potts (gtr/voc), bass and drums: a mix of originals, classics and a few unexpected covers

Thu 27

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   HENRY IBBS – Teatime Acoustic

Expect a mixture of tunes: traditional, original and cover versions (with more than a dash of Scouse!) from well-known singer/songwriter Henry Ibbs.

8.30-11.30 (Entry from 7.30pm) £6/£5   A/B TRIO

A/B trio brings together three of Canada’s most in-demand performing and recording musicians – Thom Bennett (drums and cymbals), Dan Davis (saxophone), and Josh McHan (double bass). This group is inspired by the open-sounding, chordless groups of Sonny Rollins and Joshua Redman, as well as being informed by the work of Chris Potter and Ari Hoenig. Their material ranges from inventive re-interpretations of standards to modern, original repertoire. The trio’s format is fresh, and their music is at turns fun, accessible, melodic and compelling.

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   FUTURE HEROES

Superbly creative guitarist Aki Remally fronts this brilliant Groove/Funk 6-piece, with funky horn section of Jonny White (sax) and trumpet ace Chuck Dearness

Fri 28

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   TARTAN UNDERGROUND Acoustic Showcase

Acoustic session with specially invited guests each week showcasing the hidden talents of Scottish songwriting, hosted by troubadour singer/songwriter Sher Watson.

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £6/£5   LUCY MAE

Using a sweet blend of Jazz, Soul & Trip Hop – Lucy Mae is creating her own vibe. Joined by her band of highly skilled Jazz musicians (all based in Manchester) this outfit are taking their home city by storm. Listen to the fusion of mellow music, inspired by the likes of Erykah Badu, Sade, The Cinematic Orchestra & Portico Quartet. Original pieces that will captivate you & ambient, cinematic reworks of some Jazz classics.

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £6/£5   COW COW BOOGIE

Edinburgh based band who play 1940s/1950s Western Swing/Country & Jump Blues, that’ll get your feet tappin’ and the party started.

PLUS DJ AKI

Sat 29

2-5pm Free   AFTERNOON JAZZ with THE MELLOTONES TRIO

Hot swinging jazz from Alan Anderson (piano), Jimmy Taylor (bass/vocals) and Bob Stewart (drums)

5.45-8pm Free (until 7.30pm)   MPG ACOUSTIC SHOWCASE

Three of Edinburgh’s finest singer/songwriters, Mike MacFarlane, Paul Montague and Graeme Mearns present fabulous (and occasionally anarchic!) musical entertainment, each week featuring specially invited guests.

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £6/£5   ‘WORLD PREMIERE’ QUINTET

Every Saturday, a different hand-picked selection of five excellent jazz players meets on stage for the first time (hence the name) – and plays with no rehearsal, and not even a set list! It’s always a ‘surprise’ line-up – even for the players.

12-2.30am (Entry 11.30pm) £6/£5   TBA

PLUS DJ CALUM

Sun 30

6-8pm, Free until 7.30pm   HOT TIN ROOF

Stripped-back atmospheric Blues/Soul from Andy McKay-Challen (guitar/voc) and Gavin Jack (slide guitar), AND loads of Swing/Blues Dancers on the dancefloor!

8.30-11.30pm (Entry from 7.30pm) £5/£4   ALI AFFLECK’S SUNDAY SPEAKEASY

Spontaneous, fun and always dance-able, The Gin Mill Genies will take you back to the days of the Speakeasy with wild abandon and authenticity! Embracing the friendly sounds of piano-centric early blues and jazz, The Gin Mill Genies offer up their passionate flavour of prohibition era music. With Ali’s powerful ‘storytelling style’ of vocal delivery and the stunning musicality of Steve Hamilton, Colin Steel and Davide Rinaldi – this is a lively performance that stirs up emotions will get you up dancing!

12-2.30am (Entry from 11pm) £4/£3   THE SUNDAY SINNERS

Dance to dynamic Funk/Soul grooves from in-the-pocket 5-piece band with outstanding vocals.