Jazz Supper Club hosted at our Steak & Lobster restaurant on the last Sunday of the month
JAZZ SUPPER CLUB
Radisson Blu Edwardian are proud to honour the hey days of Jazz in Manchester, by recreating one of the most popular clubs in town - Club 43. Once a month in our Steak & Lobster restaurant we will be putting on a jazz supper club featuring a specially prepared buffet and showcasing some of the best musicians performing around the circuits today for £24.95pp.
Sunday March 30th - The Templebys (Sold Out)
On paper they are Kim Hollin on vocals, Alec Hollin on guitar, Chris Mather on bass, Dave Farnworth on keys and Phil Carr on drums. On stage they are best described as; a large measure of Soul with a generous helping of Funk muddled together with a dash of Jazz to taste. Our music mixes gutsy female vocals with heavy bass driven grooves, riff heavy guitar and liberal lashings of Hammond funk. Having played at venues all over the country, 2013 saw the Templebys taking to the stage at renowned Jazz and Funk clubs throughout the UK including Matt and Phreds, Floridita and the Yardbird. Also they have made several festival appearances including Kendal Calling and Solfest.
Future gigs: April, May and June performers TBA
*includes Cajun themed buffet style dinner designed especially for each evening by our Senior Chef Ian Richmond, desert, coffee and tea, and complimentary bottled water.
To book please call 0161 835 8903 or email email@example.com. A deposit is required to secure the booking.
“Club 43 was good food, excellent music, good company, classy venue, faultless. More of the same please.” Juanita Steele – Chorlton, Manchester
“What a great evening...the music and food was outstanding...we will be back next month for sure!” Bill & Sylvia Wilmott – Wilmslow
“It was a brilliant night...brilliant food (especially with the sweet included)” Sue Simcock - Hale
“What a buzzing night out...well done...we will defo be along to the next one and look forward to that, who knows we may be able to bring along a few chums and chumettes” Stuart & Pamela Holden – Ramsbottom, Lancashire
Jazz in Manchester
Manchester is steeped in JAZZ history…great musicians would come from all over the world to play here in the 50s and 60s, during the hey days of Jazz. The Free Trade Hall would play host to the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Woody Herman, Count Basie, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie and Billie Holiday – these were not just some of the greatest names in jazz, they were the jazz elite!
Created by a man named Eric Scriven, Club 43 was the place to go when you wanted to see great jazz musicians jamming together in a more intimate venue. Now the Manchester jazz scene is being honoured by the recreation of Club 43 as a supper club on the site of the Free Trade Hall by Radisson Blu Edwardian hotels.