Jazz in the Stables

Jazz in the Stables





Saturday 23 July, 2016

Petworth House Stable, Petworth, GU28 0AE

6pm ends approx 9.20pm (no interval)

Adult: £25 | Eighteen & under : £5 | Unreserved seating

As previously advised the auditorium is out of doors so please dress for the weather
Hog roast and paella and a selection of cold salads and wraps are available to purchase together with red/white wine, and Langhams Ale
Soft drinks and tea/coffee also available.
Please: No dogs and only food purchased on the evening to be consumed. Thank you.
Unreserved seating so first come first served.
Doors open at 5.30pm and the show begins at 6pm

If you have returns please bring them to the door and we will try and re-sell on the evening.

With dancing almost de rigeur at this hugely popular annual event, we welcome The Bratislava Hot Serenaders. Hailing from ‘old Europe’, the Serenaders do “vintage” with extraordinary authenticity and pizazz. A 19-piece group, they play hot jazz and sweet dance music that transports audiences to a dance hall in the 1920s and 1930s with immaculate period costume, a single microphone, and a non- stop parade of tightly arranged tunes from the period. Led by the acclaimed trumpeter Juraj Bartoš and featuring brass, reeds, rhythm section, four violins, the “Serenaders Sisters” vocal Trio and two male singers, they dazzle with their brilliant recreations. You’ll be bewitched!

The evening will start with a warm up set from the West Sussex Music Festival Big Band.

Doors open at 5.30pm. Badgers of Coultershaw will be providing a hog roast and paella, cold food will be supplied by the Hungry Guest, hot drinks will be available from the Vintage Coffee Company and 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.

The auditorium is outdoors so please dress accordingly.

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

For additional information click here - JazzInTheStables.pdf

Generously supported by Alan & Sara Bennie, Peter & Fran Rhys-Evans, Saville and Quintet: Coco Café & Sugar Lounge, John Bird Antiques, The Paul Arden Gallery, Rugs of Petworth and Sorella