Jazz Lunch with Shireen Francis

Sun 5 December 12 noon-2.30pm    Spotlight

Jazz Lunch with

Shireen Francis

A warm, engaging and soulful performer, Shireen Francis has developed her own unique blend of jazz with flavours of gospel, blues, calypso and reggae. Inspired by artists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Dianne Reeves, Carmen Lundy and Etta James. Gunther Kurmayer will be the pianist and Julie Walkington will play bass for a varied and entertaining lunchtime session.

‘Quite simply, one of the best British jazz vocalists of this generation’ BBC Radio

Enjoy fantastic music alongside a traditional roast with a choice of meats followed by a dessert of your choice. Fish and vegetarian options available. Advance booking essential.

Tickets: £26.95

 

You may also like

The Classic Rock Show

Sounds of the 60's LIVE with Tony Blackburn

The Legends of American Country Show

Abbamania

Rob Lamberti - A Celebration of the Songs & Music of George Michael

Whitney - Queen of the Night

The Shee: Summer's Promise Tour

UK Pink Floyd Experience

Hot Club of Cowtown

Jive Talkin' perform the Bee Gees

Jazz Lunch with Javajam

Jazz Lunch with Shireen Francis

Geraint Watkins with his Band

Thunder's Danny & Luke: The First 50 Years Tour

That'll Be The Day Christmas Show

The Bon Jovi Experience

Walk Right Back - The Everly Brothers Story

Lost in Music - One Night At The Disco

Fairytale of New York

One Night of Billy Joel - The Piano Man

WFEL Fairey Band

Flowers Band

Desford Band

The Rolling Stones Story

Showaddywaddy

Luther - Luther Vandross Celebration

The Real Thing

Rock of Ages

Woman Like Me - The Little Mix Show

Della Mae plus support

Seven Drunken Nights: The Story of The Dubliners

The Bootleg Shadows

Jazz Lunch with Derek Nash

Mike & The Moonpies

The Illegal Eagles

Some Guys Have All The Luck

Ireland The Show

The Sensational 60's Experience

Tim Vine is Plastic Elvis

Ben Tyzack & Guy Tortora

Brooks Williams

Get Down On It

The King is Back

Walk Like a Man

Soul Train

Sounds of Springsteen

Kiki Dee & Carmelo Luggeri

Motown's Greatest Hits - How Sweet It Is

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac

The Bourne Again Shadows

The History of Rock