What’s On

Doors open at 7 pm with live music running from 7.45 pm – 10.15 pm.  There will be a 30 minute interval at 8.45 pm. To guarantee your seat, it is advisable to purchase your ticket online (priced from  £12 pp + 0.50p booking fee).


2017

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  • Wed
    25
    Jan
    2017

    Alex Garnett : Swinging Sax & Vocals

    7.45 pm

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    Alex Garnett


    Alex Garnett - Tenor Saxophone 
    Sandra Lambert - Piano
    Mick Hutton - Double Bass
    Jeff Lardner - Drums

     

    Alex Garnett has been one of the leading saxophonists in the UK and Mainland Europe for over two decades, being instantly recognised by his dark, husky sound. A versatile musician and first call sideman, he has enjoyed success as both a jazz artist, composer and arranger, and an in demand session, studio and commercial saxophonist, having racked up countless recording credits along the way.

     

    A ubiquitous performer with many of Europe’s leading bands from underground to pop, he’s a regular sideman of choice for many visiting American artists when touring in Europe, and has performed in over 30 countries worldwide with varied and diverse artists across the spectrum such as Sir John Dankworth, Wynton Marsalis, Pete King, Humphrey Littleton, Scott Hamilton, Van Morrison, Evan Parker and The Rolling Stones.

     

    Alex's debut album Serpent proved to be one of the most anticipated for years, winning universal acclaim by press, fans and musicians alike.

     

    Garnett can be seen at his weekly late-night residency at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in Soho every Monday and Tuesday, but you can see him in Farnham on 25th January 2017!

  • Wed
    22
    Feb
    2017

    Jacqui Hicks : Sings The Great American Songbook

    7.45 pm

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    Jacqui HicksMartin Shaw

    Jacqui Hicks - Vocals
    with Special Guest Martin Shaw - Trumpet
    Sandra Lambert - Piano
    Mick Hutton - Double Bass
    Jeff Lardner - Drums


    "Jacqui Hicks' interpretations have the dynamism, the verve and the liveliness of a true jazz artist"
    -  The Times

     

    Voted one of the UK’s top jazz vocalists, Jacqui sings jazz ballads with poise, elegance and beauty and her swinging jazz style is effortless and understated,  

     

    Jacqui built her jazz credentials first as vocalist with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra and, since 1993, with the jazz/funk band Shakatak, performing both as backing vocalist and sax player and touring worldwide.  Jacqui has also toured with the Latin/Pop band Matt Bianco.

     

    As a session singer she has recorded songs for Hal David & John Cacavas, Duncan Lamont, Brian Dee and Johnny Keating, among others. She's worked on several film soundtracks including Tomb Raider II and Veronica Guerin and has appeared in several Radio 4 plays for the BBC.  She has several albums to her credit - "With A Song In My Heart", "A Child Is Born" and her brand new funky album "The Boaters Project".

     

    Joining Jacqui, will be guest Trumpeter Martin Shaw - one of the UK's leading jazz musicians who's worked with the likes of Sting, Natalie Cole, Jools Holland, Jamiroquai, Paul Young and the Brand New Heavies.

     

  • Wed
    29
    Mar
    2017

    Nigel Price - Guitar

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    Nigel Price  - Guitar
    Sandra Lambert - Piano
    Mick Hutton - Double Bass
    Jeff Lardner - Drums
    Compere (and vocalist) - Steve Pert
     
    Very few players could manage playing as fluent, imaginative and technically impeccable guitar as Price does” – Evening Standard
     
    Nigel Price - who led his organ trio to pick up the 2010 Parliamentary Jazz Award for “best jazz ensemble” - is one of the most highly regarded and in-demand guitarists on the UK jazz scene today.
     
    He spent three years with UK funk legends the James Taylor Quartet, and was placed third in the 2014 and 2015 British Jazz Awards for “best guitarist”.  He is a regular performer at London's Ronnie Scott’s Club, where he has played over 500 times.
     
    His blend of flowing bebop lines, deep blues feeling and mastery of chording, has made him instantly accessible and popular with jazz audiences throughout the UK.
  • Wed
    26
    Apr
    2017

    Georgina Jackson: Tribute to Divas & Crooners

    SOLD OUT

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    Georgina JacksonPete Long

    Georgina Jackson - Trumpet & Vocals
    with special guest Pete Long - Saxophone & Clarinet
    Sandra Lambert - Piano
    Mick Hutton - Double Bass
    Steve Rushton - Drums


    "If you can't get a ticket for Diana Krall's Albert Hall show, Georgina Jackson makes a winning substitute" The Times

    "Her Marvellous voice and musicianship ... has been a delight." Sir Terry Wogan

    Trumpeter and Vocalist Georgina Jackson learned her trade in the North West, working with many famous names and bands in concert halls, on television and radio. She now performs her own shows across the country and around the world, most recently returning from being an invited artist at the 2016 International Trumpet Convention in California.

    In 2012 the BBC Big Band asked her to perform a concert of the songs of Peggy Lee (one of Georgina's heroine's) which was broadcast on Radio 2.  A live concert followed for BBC Radio 2's 'Friday Night is Music Night' in which Georgina sang Irving Berlin songs with the BBC Concert Orchestra. 

    Georgina is joined by one of the UK's foremost reedsmen, Pete Long, who is leader of the Ronnie Scott's Orchestra.  Pete's accreditations are enviable and include performances with Jamie Cullum, Georgie Fame, The Birmingham Royal Ballet, Jools Holland, Clare Teal, Joss Stone, Dionne Warwick, Katie Melhua, Mel C and Emma B, Will Young, Seth MacFarlane.

    As live artists Georgina and Pete make their audience laugh and cry in turn, delivering a thoroughly entertaining evening.  

     

  • Wed
    31
    May
    2017

    Atila: Sings from Broadway to MGM

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    Atila

    Atila Huseyin - Vocals
    Sandra Lambert - Piano
    Mike Eaves - Guitar
    Mick Hutton - Double Bass
    Steve Rushton - Drums


    "I could sit and listen to you all day"
    - Pete Waterman

     

    "I was knocked out by Atila. He has the voice and the class to show the world what great music is all about" - Buddy Greco

     

    Atila is an established Jazz singer from the UK. Sartorially stylish and musically classy, his interpretations of the American Songbook are internationally renowned.

     

    Atila met and toured with the legendary Buddy Greco in 2008, the highlight of which was an appearance with the BBC Big Band at the 30th Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival, broadcast on BBC Radio 2, followed by four nights at Ronnie Scott’s in London.

     

    He'll be bringing his exciting show "From Broadway to MGM" to the Ivy Room, performing a selection of Broadway hits which made it to MGM and onto the big screen. Join Atila for a trip through the decades of great song writers and forgotten hits featuring songs such as ‘Bewitched’, ‘ On The Street Where You Live’,  ’Someone To Watch Over Me', ‘Hello Young Lovers', ‘What Kind of Fool am I’, and many more. 

  • Wed
    28
    Jun
    2017

    Andy Dickens & Al Nicholls: Echoes of Harlem

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    Andy DickensAl Nicholls


    Andy Dickens
    lively trumpet and flugelhorn playing evokes the warmth and exuberance of Mardi Gras New Orleans; the heat of Chicago clubland and the excitement of small-band New York swing.  

    A frequent guest at European jazz festivals, he has played with many English and American notables including Slim Gaillard; Ken Peplowski; Joe Darensbourg; Franz Jackson;  Jason Marsalis; Humphrey Littleton; Terry Lightfoot; Judith Durham; Clark Tracey; Bruce Turner; Jools Holland;  Duncan Lamont; David Newton; Pete King and Peter Ind.

     

    Al Nicholls is the product of a sound musical training, both academically through Leeds College of Music and practically via the bands of Ray Gelato, The Big Town Playboys, King Pleasure and his own Blue Harlem. 

    Andy & Al team up to bring you 'Echoes of Harlem'.  

     

    Andy Dickens - Trumpet, Flugelhorn & Vocals
    Al Nicholls - Tenor & Soprano Saxophone
    Sandra Lambert - Piano
    Mick Hutton - Double Bass
    Jeff Lardner - Drums

     

  • Wed
    26
    Jul
    2017

    Nat Steele - Jazz Vibraphonist with Allison Neale

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    Nat Steele - Jazz At The Ivy Room Allison Neale

    Nat Steele - Vibraphone

    Allison Neale - Alto Saxophone

    Sandra Lambert - Piano

    Mick Hutton - Double Bass

    Jeff Lardner - Drums


    "A remarkble young vibraphonist in the Milt Jackson tradition." - Dave Gelly (Observer)

     

    Nat Steele and Allison Neale bring you 'Neale Meets Steele'.

    Nat Steele is a London based jazz vibraphone player, who has played with such jazz luminaries as Benny Green and Wynton Marsalis.  Following in the style of Milt Jackson, Nat takes a two mallet approach to improvisation, focusing on melodic interpretation and a great swing feel. He is a regular feature at the Late Late Show at Ronnie Scott's.

    Joining him is American born Alto Saxophonist, Allison Neale.  

    As a strong advocate of the melodic West Coast style she has performed alongside leading international artists such as Adelaide Hall and Bud Shank and more recently tenorist Scott Hamilton and New York guitarist Peter Bernstein. Her latest CD "I Wished on the Moon" features vibraphonist Nat Steele.

    “Allison Neale plays the alto saxophone with a tone so light and airy it positively melts at the edges” Dave Gelly (Observer)

     

  • Thu
    31
    Aug
    2017