This show has been rescheduled from 2020 owing to our closure during the coronavirus outbreak.
Original date: 15 Nov 2020
The new date is 17 Apr 2021, 7.30pm
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A truly memorable show awaits in the company of the great John Helliwell and his distinctive saxophone playing.
This stunning project includes new arrangements of Supertramp’s Ever Open Door (Richard Davies) and If Everyone Was Listening (Roger Hodgson) plus an eclectic mix of other tearjerkers, ballads and songs by the likes of Peter Gabriel, Paolo Fresu, Jim Scott and AE Housman, superbly arranged by Andy Scott.
The unique line up of saxophone, strings and the soulful Hammond plus John’s dry wit and insight promises a unique and intimate experience.
|17 Apr 2021||7:30pm||£20.00 - £20.00||Book Now|
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