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    • 28 January 2022Music/Gigs

      Binker Golding/John Edwards/Steve Noble plus Amy Gadiaga

      Our first live gig of 2022 features the highly acclaimed trio of-

      Binker Golding - tenor saxophone

      John Edwards - Double bass

      Steve Noble - drums

      The trio will be performing tracks from their recently released album "Moon Day". Recorded during a gap between the various lockdowns of 2020, you can sense the release from the musicians as they combine after enforced isolation with a telepathic sense of where to push each other. Noble interjecting both chaos and order from the drums; Edwards the rocket fuel propelling the unit on; and Golding soaring and cutting through on sax. You will not find a better showcase of these musicians’ phenomenal abilities. This is free jazz at its most compelling and most engaging. “Moon Day” is undoubtedly a future jazz classic.

      Amy Gadiaga Quartet

      Bassist and singer/songwriter, Amy is currently studying at Trinity Laban and she is also a member of Tomorrow's Warriors.

      Connecting the old school jazz singer’s storytelling and the modern rhythms inspired by artists such as D’Angelo and The Jacksons, Amy's band offers energetic performances that celebrates artistry and freedom

      Tickets  £15 Earlybird until 16/01/22 then £18

      Doors and bar open at 7pm

      First Set 7:45pm

       Table and bar service, full menu and drinks are available  throughout the evening

      The Jazz Sanctuary event

    • 29 January 2022Music/Gigs

      Blues People – A Celebration of the music & the people who make it

      Highly acclaimed songwriter and guitarist Mark Harrison, along with well-known national radio and TV broadcaster David Freeman, present an uplifting and informative evening of modern and classic blues songs and stories, about life today and the history of blues music and blues personalities. This unique show introduces the audience to the origins of the incredibly influential musical style, and links the music of the past with life as it is lived today.

      Mark Harrison is a unique British songster who draws heavily on the blues for his inspiration, his songs covering both modern issues and the world of the original blues artists. He and his band tour extensively and have appeared frequently on BBC Radio.

      David Freeman is a hugely experienced broadcaster for BBC, Jazz FM and Sky, and a leading authority on all forms of blues music and its history. He has done a host of live shows, including many literary festivals.

      Tickets:  £18 advance / £20 on door / £17 Landmark Members / £10 U21s

      Booking:  Online at, or telephone 0208 977 7558, or email


      Landmark Arts Centre event

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