THE Phil Shotton Quartet will be playing Jazz in the Red Bar on Friday, November 2, at 8pm.
Entry is free with no ticket required.
Phil and his quartet regularly perform alongside many national and international jazz artists and have appeared at major jazz festivals, venues and music festivals throughout the country and abroad.
With a tenor sound reminiscent of Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster and Dexter Gordon, Phil is gaining the reputation of a highly sought-after soloist.
The Quartet features: Dr Tom Sykes, piano, Matt Lawton, double bass, and Jez Finch, drums.
For the evening The Red Bar will become a cabaret style jazz club with the quartet playing jazz standards from the 1930s onwards and popular songs from the American songbook.
During the second half of the performance, audience members can sit in with the quartet and experience playing with a professional group.
If you are a vocalist or instrumentalist and would like to sit in for a number or two during the second set, this can be arranged on the night. TO HAVE To Shoot Irishmen, a new play with songs by Lizzie Nunnery, will be performed at the Arts Centre on Tuesday, November 6, at 7.30pm. From the writer of Narvik. Easter morning, 1916. Gunshots ring out in the Dublin streets.
In her suburban sitting-room Hanna prepares for revolution.
While Frank walks through the crowds calling for peace, John walks through his nightmares of the trenches, sees a city soaked in blood.
Eighteen-year-old William fearfully reports to the barracks for duty, determined to serve the British Army with honour.
Inspired by true events, the absorbing production weaves movement and live folk song in to a stirring tale of militarism, corruption and the power of rebellion.