Twekin' Not Workin'

Twekin' Not Workin'

'Errrrre me now, no body move no body get errrrt.'

DJ set from DJ Justice

L*ghtw'rks 'the light works!'

L*ghtw'rks 'the light works!'

"Showing for one night only, a tale of the house, disco, and techno. A new feature from Simon Scullion, Joe Darch, and Tetragrammatons."

House DJ's

 

Junk-wax Jukebox

Junk-wax Jukebox

Groovy on the wheels of steel with Jazz, Honkin R&B, Twangy Surf, Biker Boogie from Junk wax Jukebox.

The Language Hub International Exchange

The Language Hub International Exchange

The Language Hub International Exchange is your chance to immerse yourself in the linguistic melodies of the world, meet new people, practice your language skills, discuss the traditions and customs of far and nearby places, make friends and learn a new language.
The Language Hub will run on every last Sunday of the month, from 5-7pm in Bread & Roses Pub, Ebrington Street.
The Language Hub is a friendly and welcoming monthly event, free of charge and open to all that are interested in learning or further developing a foreign language, making new friends and last but not least having fun.
Grab a drink – join the table and start networking.



CONTACT ELENA at enyaorinoco@yahoo.co.uk for more details

Jonathan Gee Jazz Trio

Jonathan Gee Jazz Trio

Live Music Monday's presents The Jonathan Gee Jazz Trio.

Since being voted Guardian/Wire British Jazz Awards "Most Promising Newcomer" in 1991, Jonathan Gee has led a series of award-winning trios. Firstly in the UK with Steve Rose and Winston Clifford, then in Italy with Danilo Gallo and Allesandro Minetto, and currently in New York with Joseph Lepore on bass and Nasheet Waits/Rob Garcia on drums, and in London with Larry Bartley and Ernesto Simpson.

Jonathan has worked with many of the country's leading jazz musicians, including Steve Williamson and Tim Whitehead, vocalists Christine Tobin and Cleveland Watkiss, and poet Lemn Sissay. From the USA he has appeared with Pharoah Sanders, David Murray, Benny Golson, Jean Toussaint, Art Farmer, Mark Murphy, James Spaulding and Ted Curson.

He has performed around the world including in Azerbaijan, Israel, Cameroon, Singapore and China.

In the UK he is a founder member of the Monk Liberation Front, dedicated to the study and performance of the work of pianist/composer Thelonious Monk. The band has appeared twice at the London Jazz Festival performing Monk's complete works in day-long sessions.

Jonathan is also a singer specialising in The Great American Songbook.

Jonathan has formed many musical ties abroad. In Italy he has toured and recorded with Danilo Gallo and Alessandro Minetto as GeeGalloMinetto.

In France he has worked with the Didier Conchon/Ramon Layzelles Quintet featuring Wayne Dockery on bass and Antoine Banville on drums.

In Finland, his trio has been resident annually at the Helsinki Jazz Festival and he has also enjoyed a long-term collaboration with trumpeter/producer Mika Myllari. Their Northern Star People project album, View from the Pocket, was launched at the 2008 London Jazz Festival.

Jonathan's New York trio, featuring bassist Joseph Lepore and drummer Nasheet Waits/Rob Garcia, made its debut appearance at the 2009 London Jazz Festival, has toured the UK and headlined at Jazz at Lincoln Centre's, Dizzy's and at the Rochester Jazz Festival in June 2014.

Jonathan has recorded 8 albums: three trio with Rose and Clifford; one trio with Gallo and Minetto; one trio with Lepore and Waits; a solo vocal album; an electronic album with Northern Star People; and a quartet album with Damon Brown.

Bluegrass Jam Session

Bluegrass Jam Session

Come down for our monthly Bluegrass Jam hosted by Martin Jump!


On the 4th Tuesday of each month. All levels welcome simply turn up with your instrument/s


Yee hah!

Rupert of Peverell

Rupert of Peverell

Rupert returns from Camelot with his finest selection vinyl!

House DJ