Happenstance brings together an unlikely blend of tastes and skills: the well-honed jazz virtuosity of Chris Biscoe finds a rougher edge here; Noel Taylor brings rapid melodic counterpoint spiced with flavours from contemporary music; Guillaume Viltard's luminously beautiful yet quirky bass adds attack & layers of evocative sound, and all is improbably stitched together with the punkish beats of Tom Greenhalgh. Happenstance are indeed a delightful accident, and one that is waiting to happen at The Café at Foyles.
Line Up :: Chris Biscoe :: Saxophones/ClarinetNoel Taylor :: ClarinetsGuillaume Viltard :: BassTom Greenhalgh :: Drums
Venue: the Café at FoylesTickets: Free, no need to book, just come along!
To mark International Women's Day, author Joanna Walsh, creator of the #readwomen2014 campaign, explains why Marguerite Duras has been such an inspiration to her writing.
Kieran, from our St Pancras branch, identifies some of the best intelligent football writing coming out of small independent publishers.
Rachael Chadwick introduces 60 Postcards, the remarkable project that invited strangers to take part in a moving tribute to her late mother.