Newcastle Arts Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. We cannot issue refunds to under 18s who are not accompanied by an adult.
(live audience event and recording session)
Newcastle Festival of Jazz and Improvised Music 2021
Saturday 25th September
Doors: 8.00pm (Music Starts: 8.30pm)
Newcastle Arts Centre (The Black Swan Venue Space)
Cath Roberts (Baritone Saxophone)
Tom Ward (Saxophone)
Olie Brice (Double Bass)
Johnny Hunter (Drums)
Spinningwork is a brand new quartet formed during Covid lockdown, with all four band members composing together through the medium of Zoom. The Quartet have been invited to perform their first ever concert in Newcastle, which will also be recorded for the festivals’ associated New Jazz and Improvised Music Recordings project, similarly conceived and launched during the height of the pandemic. We’re delighted to invite an intimate live audience to hear this brand new music previewed for the first time and played acoustically, as we warm up the festival proper.
Stage Times (may be subject to slight adjustments)
8.30pm - 10.00pm: Spinningwork
£7 / £5 Concession (plus booking fee when buying online)
Tickets for the live audience concert are available from Seetickets
Age Restrictions: 14+ with under 18’s accompanies by an adult
Accessibility: Aissted access for wheelchair users, contact venue for details
Travel: Any Bus or Metro to Central Station
Newcastle Arts Centre
69 Westgate Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 1SG
0191 222 9882
This concert is presented by Jazz North East and Newcastle Arts Centre in association with Newcastle Festival of Jazz and Improvised Music and comes with support from Arts Council England