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Wednesday 16 April 2014, From 8.30pm


Member ticket only - £16
Non-members ticket only– £23
Members dining + ticket– £41
Non-members dining + ticket– £48

Over 18s only

"Arguably the only British jazz artist with a proper stage show." London Evening Standard

Doors Open 7pm
1st Set 8.30pm
2nd Set 10pm


Cab Calloway, Louis Prima, ‘Fats’ Waller, Louis Jordan; even the names sound hip! These were superb artists who were not afraid to entertain. Naturally they all played great music, but they also looked like they were having the time of their lives whenever they got on stage!

There is one man now, who is continuing this upbeat, fun-soaked, tradition of entertaining crowds with great music, moves and character. His name is Ray Gelato, and he joins his legendary predecessors in continuing the trend of delivering the coolest sounds around.

Backed by his band, Ray is now considered to be one of the last in a long line of the classic Jazz entertainers. Audiences and listeners across the world can expect to hear some footstompin’, swinging music that will leave them feeling uplifted and inspired. The band run through a selection of truly classic records and dedications as well as Ray’s original material, which has deservedly become some of the most requested during his live shows. Join Ray and his stunning band in paying homage to the ‘Great Entertainers’ and help keep this incredible music swingin’...

“Arguably the only British jazz artist with a proper stage show.” THE LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Ray is truly one of the last in the long line of ‘great’ Jazz entertainers with countless albums, releases and world tours under his belt, and 25 years in the business. He’s scooped a number of awards and nominations including Ronnie Scotts Best Male, BBC Jazz Artist Of The Year, plus a nomination for BBC Radio 2 Jazz Artist Of The Year in 2006.

With performances all over the world, he’s twice been requested to perform by personal invitation of HM the Queen, opened for Robbie Williams at The Royal Albert Hall, not to mention private appearances for the likes of Richard Branson, Elle McPherson and a personal invitation to perform at Paul McCartney’s wedding. Other performances include sets with BBC Symphony Orchestra live in Hyde Park, The Proms, and a superb show backed by a 35 piece orchestra alongside Katie Melua and Will Young at the BBC's VE Day Concert in Trafalgar Square. Further TV appearances include This Morning, BBC News and Strictly Come Dancing.