Traditional, Dixieland and New Orleans Live Jazz in Enfield

1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month from 12.30 to 3pm

At  Botany Bay Cricket Club, East Lodge Lane, Enfield, EN2 8AS

Licensed bar- real ales & best lagers, large selection of wines and spirits, non-alcoholic drinks and snacks

All welcome - come along and have a friendly drink and listen to some great live jazz.

Annual membership £17 (April - March) - save £2 each time you come.

Call Stephen on 0208 363 0838 for more information

Jazz links: Just Jazz, Jazz & Jazz

No booking required. Tickets for members £12 and £15 for visitors

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Alan Gresty Ragtimers, Tuesday 4th June

The band were originally called ‘Muggsy Remembered’ and in 1997 won the band of the year trophy at the Bay Jazz Club. Alan still has it! The band’s name was  subsequently changed to The Gresty/White Ragtimers and when Brian White retired a couple of years ago, to the present name.

The line up includes: Alan Gresty on Cornet & Trumpet. He played for many years with the Monty Sunshine band. Richard Exall on clarinet. He played regularly with the Big Chris Barber Band, as well as the Pasadena Roof Orchestra, Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra and the Charleston Chasers. Alistair Allan on trombone. He played with Pasadena Roof Orchestra and the Cotton Club Orchestra. John Arthy on double bass and tuba. John founded the Pasadena Roof Orchestra and has played with the band for 11 years. John Watson playing drums. John was a long time member of the Big Chris Barber Band, has played with the Ragtimers for the last 10 years.  Colin Bray on piano. Colin also plays clarinet, saxophone and vibraphone. Well liked at the Bay Jazz Club, he is a firm devotee of Teddy Wilson’s piano style and has played with the Ragtimers for many years. John Ellmer on tenor saxophone. John is also a multi instrumentalist. He started his music life as a drummer. Then took up the saxophones, clarinet and vibraphone as well as orchestrating. And now much in demand and no stranger to the Bay Jazz Club.

It promises to be another good session.

Jazz starts at 12.30 and the bar opens at midday. Tickets for members are £12 each and £15 for visitors.