All ticketholders will have a reserved table that is socially distanced from others.
The John Maddocks Jazzmen Hail from Dorset and Hampshire, they reached their 40th birthday in 2011.
John had previously enjoyed success with The Black Bottom Stompers a band which he formed whilst in London and which still exists today.
The Jazzmen have their own sound brought about mainly by the unique style of John’s clarinet playing. John was originally inspired by the fine clarinettist Johnny Dodds, but John is his own man and encompasses influences from all over the traditional jazz spectrum. Personnel changes have been few over the years but one or two in the band can still claim to have been at least twenty five years younger when they first joined. The Band is well known for its drive and cohesiveness and the inclusion of some seldom heard tunes in the repertoire.
Following the latest advice from the Government we would like to remind you of our House Rules when attending our events.
Maximum table size 6
No movement or interaction between other tables; please do not move tables or chairs
All food and drink is via table service; you should remain at your table for the duration of the event
Contact details for Track & Trace will be collected; if booked on-line they will have automatically been recorded
All staff and customers are required to wear face coverings from the time of entering the building, visiting the toilet facilities and until leaving, with the exception of when seated at a table to eat or drink
Premises must be vacated by 10pm
Our Duty Managers will be monitoring this very closely during events; if they ask you to return to your table if you have moved away, please do not be offended. We ask that everyone entering our premises is socially responsible.
We will remain vigilant and safe in accordance with the latest advice from the government and change any of our plans as required. Please help us to keep everyone safe.