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NSPCC Jazz Event

Beat those winter blues by joining us for a wonderful evening in the Monastic Barn at for our NSPCC Jazz Supper on Saturday 4th March. We are thrilled to announce that the very talented Phoenix Jazz will be playing live at this historic setting. Having already played twice for royalty at Clarence House in London and received praise from various celebrities, Phoenix continue to expand their repertoire with the best of the songs that made people like Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and Billie Holiday great, alongside more modern classics.

  • 4th April 2023 - 4th April 2023
  • 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Beat those winter blues by joining us for a wonderful evening in the Monastic Barn at for our NSPCC Jazz Supper on Saturday 4th March.
We are thrilled to announce that the very talented Phoenix Jazz will be playing live at this historic setting.
Having already played twice for royalty at Clarence House in London and received praise from various celebrities, Phoenix continue to expand their repertoire with the best of the songs that made people like Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and Billie Holiday great, alongside more modern classics.
Tickets can be purchased online at http://nspcc.emma-live.com If you have any questions please contact Johanna on 07912 617135
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