This show has been rescheduled from 2020 owing to our closure during the coronavirus outbreak.
Original date: 12 Nov 2020
The new date is 16 Apr 2021, 7.30pm (prev 7pm)
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Snake teams up with long term cohort and best friend Gareth Moulton for an evening of gorgeous mellow pop, rock, jazz and soul music.
Snake Davis is one of the most in-demand rock, jazz and soul sax players in the world, widely known for his solos on tracks such as Lisa Stansfield’s Change, M-People’s Search for A Hero and Moving on Up and Take That’s A Million Love Songs. He’s played and recorded with artists ranging from James Brown to Tina Turner to Paul McCartney, the Eurythmics to Amy Winehouse.
Guitarist and singer songwriter Gareth Moulton is Snake’s collaborator in the Classic Sax Solos project and Heather Small Band. He also sings and plays for Cutting Crew and Wang Chung. His illustrious CV includes recordings and tours with Go West, Nik Kershaw, Jim Diamond, Paul Young, Chaka Khan and more.
Jazz 3 for 2 Offer – Buy a ticket for Kate Peters Band, John Helliwell and Snake Davis & Gareth Moulton and get the cheapest ticket free. This offer IS NOT available online, please call the Box Office.
Jazz Livestream Offer – Buy a livestream ticket for Kate Peters Band, John Helliwell, Snake Davis & Gareth Moulton and pay just £18. Available online.
*All tickets must be purchased in a single transaction.
|16 Apr 2021||7:30pm||£10 - £17.50||Book Now|
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