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Live Jazz in Foyles Bristol

Thursday 29th December 2016 6pm - 8pm Cabot Circus, Bristol Music Event, Free Event

Due to popular demand, we are now hosting monthly live jazz sessions on the last Thursday of every month, kicking off in November.


Saxophonist Andrew Kinsman will assemble the duo each month from a selection of hugely talented musicians.

Andy has played, recorded and performed with such artists and bands as ‘The Super Furry Animals’, Noel Gallagher, Kasabian, Nadine Coyle, Lee Mead as well as many jazz and blues ensembles all over the world.

So come along to browse great books to the tune of smooth jazz and show your Foyalty card for a free glass of wine! 

 

Tickets: This is a free event and does not require registration. Please just come along.
Venue: Foyles, Cabot Circus, Bridgestowe Street, BS1 3BH

 

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