“Jazz at the Movies” returns to The Apex for the sixth consecutive year later this month.
Refreshed and revitalised for 2019, the show gets jazzy with a stocking-full of holiday classics and curiosities.
This seasonal show is fronted by singer Joanna Eden (said to be “the UK’s answer to Norah Jones and Diana Krall” by Time Out) and featuring the sounds of the Chris Ingham Quartet with Mark Crooks, woodwind player in the inter John Wilson Orchestra.
“Jazz at the Movies: A Swinging Christmas” gathers jazzy festive favourites made famous by Ella, Eartha, Frank, Doris, Dean, Bing and a whole gang of hip Hollywood chicks and cool cats. With material ranging from Bond to Bacharach, Dankworth to Disney and Porter to Pinter, Jazz At The Movies is an enchanting, entertaining show, rich with anecdote, sophistication and swing.
With a reputation for vivid music, deep repertoire and droll presentation “Jazz at the Movies” regularly sells-out Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and is the perfect way to swing into the holidays.
It is taking place at The Apex exactly a week before Christmas Day, on Wednesday, December 18, at 7.30pm. Ring the box office on 01284 758000 or see the website www.theapex.co.uk for details.