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Tuesday, 1 December 2015

December 2015 line up in Boston Spa

Harlem Hot Stompers

From Les and the Team - please find attached the latest programme which takes us into 2016. Time passes quickly when you're having fun!

And we did have fun on Saturday evening with Spats and Hot Fingers. Full house and Emily Campbell who is a wonderful vocalist had the whole audience singing and swaying at the end of the evening.

Not so many gigs this month as we decided to forgo the 12th December - the week before the Christmas party - as it has proved historically to be a very quiet night.

The Christmas party is just about upon us again. We are very grateful for all your contributions of home made sandwiches, savouries and lovely goodies. Mince pies are also welcome though, in the past couple of years, we have had a surplus of bought mince pies and we have no means to usefully dispose of them afterwards.

5th – CafĂ© Society – a long overdue return by this “off the wall” cabaret quartet featuring the outrageous Anthony Mason in his “Noel Coward” role with banjo and ukulele plus the undoubted talents of Willie Entwistle of Temperance Seven fame on reeds, Andy Henderson on cornet and Colin Turner on tuba. It sounds different - it is different – and you’ll be overcome with gales of laughter. In other words, a fabulous start to the Festive Season!

12th – Sorry – No Jazz

19th – Christmas Party Night with the Harlem Hot Stompers – the last opportunity to clap your hands and stomp your feet in 2015. Yes – it’s Christmas Party time again with its traditional festive atmosphere, nibbles, mince pies, shortbread and the special raffle. And the whole fun filled celebration driven along at a cracking pace by the energetic Stompers.

26th and 2nd Jan – No Jazz but we're back again on Saturday 9th January 2016 with the Savannah Jazz Band – the traditional start to a New Year of wonderful jazz sounds.

Thank you all for your support during 2015.

Jazz at the Spa is at the Village Hall High Street Boston Spa, Leeds LS23 6AA

Situated just off the new section of the A1(M) at Junction 45 signed Wetherby and Otley.


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