Jazz Festival In Chipping Sodbury
Friday 31st May
6.00pm – 7.45pm Yann Depechlin The Beaufort Arms
7.30pm – 10.00pm Swinging at the Cotton Club Town Hall
9.00pm – 11.00pm Cass Caswell Trio The Beaufort Arms
Saturday 1st June
9.30am – 11.30am Paul Buck and Catherine Sykes Hamptons Delicatessen
12.30pm – 2.30pm Craig Milverton and Sandy Suchodolski The George Inn
3.00pm – 5.00pm The Panama Jazz Band The Portcullis Hotel
5.00pm – 7.00pm The John Pearce Trio The Squire Inn
7.30pm – 10.00pm Clare Teal Town Hall
10.00pm – 12.00midnight John Pearce Trio The Squire Inn
Sunday 2nd June
10.30 – 12.30 Jim Blomfield and Kevin Figes Coffee#1
12.30pm – 2.30pm Jane and Andy Christie The Bell at Old Sodbury
2.30pm – 4.30pm Rod Kelly Trio The Boot Inn
5.00pm – 7.00pm Rick Payne & Ben Hewlett The Grapes
Sodbury Jazz Festival 31 May to 2 June 2013
The Moda House, Rounceval House and the George Hotel have teamed up to offer festival goers an exclusive deal on bed, breakfast and evening meal.
If you stay over the Festival weekend at either the Moda House or Rounceval House dinner or lunch at The George will be included in the tariff. A double room will cost £105 per night, or £80 single occupancy. All rooms are en suite and the offer includes breakfast.
The Moda and Rounceval House are conveniently located in the heart of Chipping Sodbury in close proximity to all of the Festival venues. The George Hotel is hosting jazz on the Saturday lunchtime between 1pm and 3pm and again on Sunday 2 June in the early evening.
To make a booking at The Moda House or Rounceval House please contact the hotels direct, contact information below.
Moda House: T. 01454 312135 e. firstname.lastname@example.org
Rounceval House T. 01454 334410 e. email@example.com
TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT SWAGGER IN CHIPPING SODBURY HIGH STREET
Clare Teal - 1 June - Chipping Sodbury Town Hall - £20
The Cotton Club - 31 May - Chipping Sodbury Town Hall - £18
Plans are now well underway for the third annual Sodbury Jazz Festival with the revelations that Claire Teale will be one of two major headline acts taking part.
“As the festival grows our aim is to continue to bring top class musicians to the town”, said Mark Lloyd, Chair of the Sodbury Chamber of Commerce. ” We’re very excited that Clare Teal, now known to many through her shows on BBC Radio 2, will be performing for us. And making it an amazing weekend, we have also been able to secure the highly praised, action-packed show that takes you back to the music, dance, and songs of the 1920s and ‘30s - ‘Swinging at the Cotton Club' Both acts will be appearing at Chipping Sodbury Town Hall, with Clare Teal in concert on Saturday 1 June and the Cotton Club on Friday 31 May.
The three-day event will also feature local professional jazz in many of the town’s pubs and cafes and a full programme will be announced at the end of March.
Tickets for the headline acts are available from Rounceval House Hotel, t. 01454 334410 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make cheques payable to 'Chipping Sodbury Chamber of Commerce' and forward with a stamped addressed envelope to 64 Rounceval Street, Chipping Sodbury, Bristol BS37 6AR
Clare Teal - Saturday 1sy June – Claire Teale and her musicians tickets are priced at £20
One of the UK’s leading jazz singers, Clare Teal needs little introduction, having won numerous awards including British Jazz Singer of the Year and BBC Jazz Singer of the Year. After a marvelously successful 2012, which included supporting Liza Minnelli at Kenwood House, performing at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the televised BBC Proms and being crowned Yorkshire Arts Personality of the Year (for a second time), Clare visits Chipping Sodbury with a brand new mix of standards, originals and contemporary covers, performed to perfection by Clare and her musicians.
Friday 31st May - Swinging at the Cotton Club tickets are priced at £18
‘Swinging at the Cotton Club’ - this stunning show is a tribute to Harlem’s hottest nightclub that featured the bands of Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Lena Horne and Fats Waller. It brings together Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra, described by one critic as ‘technically stunning’ with Britain’s world-famous dance troupe The Jiving Lindy Hoppers. “Watching the Jiving Lindy Hoppers” said one reviewer, “would make the most cynical of anti-dancers reach for the tap shoes”,