This show has been rescheduled from 2020 owing to our closure during the coronavirus outbreak.
Original date: 17 Jul 2020
#1 Rescheduled date: 13 Nov 2020
The new date is 15 Apr 2021, 7.30pm
Bookings have automatically been transferred. If you originally purchased e-tickets you will receive new ones containing up to date information. If you selected to have your tickets posted or to collect them at the Box Office you can collect your new tickets when you arrive for the performance. Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can issue you with e-tickets.
If you cannot attend this new date, please contact the Box Office by emailing email@example.com to discuss options.
Uniquely talented and versatile vocalist Kate Peters leads her superb sextet in a tribute to one of the jazz world’s most loved female voices, Ella Fitzgerald.
First formed in 2017 to celebrate the centenary of Ella’s birth, the band performs classic arrangements from across Ella’s career, recorded with the likes of Nelson Riddle, George Gershwin, Count Basie and Chick Webb.
If you love Ella’s songbook then we guarantee you’ll love this show.
“I loved it. She’s got a perfect jazz voice. She mentions Ella, but she sounds like herself “Martha Reeves
Festival Ticket Offer: Book tickets for any three live shows and get the cheapest ticket free. (This offer can only be booked via the Box Office and is not available online)
Livestream Festival Ticket Offer: Buy a livestream ‘Watch at Home’ ticket for all five shows and pay just £30.
If you have purchased a livestream WATCH FROM HOME ticket you will be sent a unique (single use) link and log in information 24hrs before the show.
Social Bubble Seating: Our seating plan has been adapted to offer different sized social bubbles. When booking tickets you should select all seats within that bubble and up to a maximum of six tickets. If we do not have the correct sized social bubble available for a performance, please contact the Box Office as we may be able to make arrangements. Please only book tickets for the people you are planning to visit with.
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