Events for September 2021

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Saturday 4th September

Celebration Gala

Michael Dore
Blaze Youth Theatre
John G Smith - musical director

7:30pm

Grimsby Central Hall, Duncombe Street, Grimsby

Grimsby born, internationally renowned, singer and celebrity vocal coach Michael Dore returns to the beloved Central Hall for this fundraising concert to celebrate it's reopening, it's 85 year history and the 25th anniversary of his first concert there.

Tickets: Stalls £10 (children £5), Front Circle £15 (children £10), Back Circle £12 (children £8)
Box Office 01472 355025 Monday to Thursday 10:30-2:30  www.centralhallgrimsby.org

Saturday 11th September

Langton Concerts

Ensemble DeNOTE

John Irving (fortepiano), Jane Booth (clarinet), Marcus Barcham-Stevens (violin), Oliver Wilson (viola), Ruth Alford (cello)

6:30pm

Langton Church, Langton by Spilsby, PE23 4PU

Beethoven                                   Piano Quartet in E flat Op.16
Mozart        Trio K.498 for clarinet, viola and piano “Kegelstatt”
Mozart                                                               Quintetto K.361

(the c.1805 arrangement of the Gran’ Partita Serenade for 13 instruments)

Followed by drinks and canapés in the candlelit church

Suggested donations (£20 in advance or £22 on the door)
to "Langton with Sutterby PCC"
c/o Langton Cottage, Langton, Spilsby PE23 4PU

BACS payment available - please ask for details

01790 753649 / 01790 753561
david@douglases.net
www.langton-by-spilsby.org.uk/langton-concerts

Saturday 11th September

Inside Straight' Sextet

The Blue Room at The Lawn, Lincoln

Toni Kofi - Saxophone, Denis Rollins MBE - Trombone, Hugh Pascall - Trumpet, Matthew Radcliffe - Keys, Martin Spencer - d.bass, Andrew 'Woody' Wood - Drums

8pm

The Lawn, Lincoln

‘Inside Straight’ is a celebration of the music of Cannonball Adderley, featuring compositions by Joe Zawinul, Nat Adderley and, of course, Cannonball himself.

Led by award winning alto saxophonist Tony Kofi, this band explores exciting repertoire from the 1960s / early 1970s whih helped to push the boundaries of jazz music at that time and pave the way for the oncoming jazz-funk revolution.

Tony is joined in this fabulous Sextet by Jazzpac Patron & international renowned trombonist Dennis Rollins MBE, trumpeter Hugh Pascall whose playing The London Jazz News described as ‘...beautiful, elegant and melodic...’ and by the engine room of Matthew, Martin and Woody. A special evening of top quality jazz can be guaranteed.

Tickets £14, Jazzpac Members £12, Under16s £7