Jazz in The Stables: Swing Zazou and The Dixie Ticklers

with Swing Zazou and The Dixie Ticklers

Jazz in The Stables: Swing Zazou and The Dixie Ticklers





Saturday 28 July, 2018

Petworth House Stable Yard

Doors open 5.30pm (Ends approx 9.30pm) - Two intervals

Adults £26 | 18 and under £5 | Unreserved seating

Some tickets available on the door .... do join us at the Stable Yard, GU28 0AE, from about 5.30pm

One of the Festival’s most popular events... This year we hit the ground running in the company of Swing Zazou and The Dixie Ticklers; a complete evening of great jazz, and an opportunity to dance away one of the summer’s most enjoyable nights.

Swing Zazou are a hugely popular seven-piece band that mixes gypsy swing with big band sounds – a foot stomping recipe of hot licks, driving beats, swing-scat vocals and vintage swing. They come to Petworth following a string of festival appearances up from the length and breadth of the country, including Wilderness, Larmer Tree and WOMAD.

The evening begins in the hands of traditional ‘jazzers’ The Dixie Ticklers. Led by clarinettist and composer Dom James, the ‘Dixies’ formed in 2005 since which time they have built a fierce live reputation within the jazz, blues and acoustic scenes.

**Generous Offer from SAVILLS who are sponsoring this event**
Everyone who arrives before 6.45pm will receive a welcome drink so do come along and say hello!

Please note that the auditorium is outside so please dress appropriately for the weather. Fixed, unreserved seats are provided.

Hot food will be provided by Badgers of Coultershaw and hot drinks by the Vintage Coffee Company. There will be a bar selling wine, beer and soft drinks. The audience is kindly requested to consume only food and drink purchased on the premises.

By kind permission of Lord & Lady Egremont and the National Trust

Generously sponsored by Savills, Alan & Sara Bennie, Peter & Fran Rhys-Evans, Mike Harting and Donovan's Dental Practice

Quintet: John Bird Antiques, The Corn Store, The Oakapple Trading Co, Sorella Clothing and the Toni Arden Gallery