XMAS JAZZ 2022
A delightful programme featuring fresh arrangements of the best of XMAS JAZZ, together with a liberal smattering of some of the finest of the Great American Songbook.
FRIDAY 16th DEC – 8pm – doors at 19:30 – £20 +£2 booking fee
SATURDAY 17th DEC – 8pm – doors at 19:30 – £20 +£2 booking fee
SUNDAY 18th DEC – 2:30pm – doors at 14:00 – £17 +£1.70 booking fee (MATINEE)
SUNDAY 18th DEC – 7:30pm – doors at 19:00 – £20 +£2 booking fee
XMAS JAZZ 2022 –
….. temporarily exiled due to delays with refurbishment works at Chelmsford’s Cramphorn Theatre, this year’s XMAS JAZZ 2022 will be live at the Old Chelmsfordians (they have no idea what they’re letting themselves in for) … so …. bursting on to a different stage for another unmissable XMAS Jazz Special … Larry and Zak will be down at the Old Chelmsfordians joined by the usual bunch of drunks / maestros:
Larry Berkovitz – piano / vocals
Zak Barrett – saxes / clarinet
Robert Rickenberg – double bass / vocals
Rowan Ward – alto sax
Dominic Copestick – saxes / vocals
Andy Frost – drums / beatbox
Adam Mader – trumpet / violin / melodica / recorder / multi-instumentalist / vocals
Tickets are already on sale … the venue is smaller than the Cramphorn and previous years have sold out in advance … so do make sure to bag your tickets well in time to avoid disappointment …. and an early night at home.
Incredibly, your bargain price ticket also includes la crème de la creme …. Rowan and Dom blowing noises, Adam Mader on everything including the kitchen sink, Andy Frost banging and making very silly noises … AND … Robert Rickenberg slapping a huge piece of wood.
…. your continued support is greatly appreciated by our creditors … so … please bring everyman (and woman), his (and her) mother-in-law, and his (and her) dog … no silly paper hats … we promise …
XMAS JAZZ 2022 at The Old Chelmsfordians with a fully-licenced bar yippee!
seasonal cheer, some terrible jokes + oodles of complimentary kisses and mince pies!
what are you waiting for? …
“the only way to get rid of temptation is to give in !” (Oscar Wilde)