The Jay Rayner Quartet - Songs of Food and Agony

The Jay Rayner Quartet - Songs of Food and Agony





Wednesday 26 July, 2017

Leconfield Hall Petworth GU28 0AH

8.15pm (Ends approx 9.25pm)

Tickets: £14 (18 and under £5) There is no interval at these events

TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR - do join us at the Leconfield Hall at about 7.45pm to purchase yours!

Your second chance to meet the award-winning writer, journalist and broadcaster- with-a- fine-collection-of-floral-shirts in another guise – that of jazz musician. Jay Rayner has written on everything from crime and politics, through cinema and theatre to the visual arts, but is best known as restaurant critic for the Observer, as chair of BBC Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet, and as a regular judge on BBC’s Masterchef.

Also an accomplished jazz pianist he brings to Petworth his highly entertaining sequence of songs about food and drink, and others informed by his experience of growing up with his agony aunt mother, Claire Rayner. He is joined by regular quartet partners Dave Lewis (sax), Robert Rickenberg (bass) and singer Pat Gordon-Smith.

Generously supported by The Hungry Guest