Twickenham Jazz Club's Past Gigs

Django Reinhardt Songbook – Future Fable

Join us for a fascinating evening to enjoy and explore the evocative music and world of the legendary guitarist Django Reinhardt. Learn about his stormy and dramatic life and listen to both his popular and lesser known pieces played by some of the finest exponents of his art.

Violinist Tobie Medland is the director of the famous ‘London’s ‘Gypsy Jazz festival’. His enthusiasm and passion for Django’s work is infectious and informative and shared by the members of this brilliant ensemble.

Django Reinhardt 1910-1953

Django was a Manouche, Romany, Belgian Jazz violinist and guitarist who famously lost his 3rd and 4th fingers in a caravan fire at the age of 18. Undeterred he abandoned his violin and banjo, and concentrated on playing guitar.

His extraordinary musicianship still inspires musicians and intellectuals 6 decades after his passing.

Sadly like many brilliant musicians his life was short as he collapsed after playing at Paris nightclub at the tender age of 43 but his legacy continues through his music. The music is joyous and uplifting

This night promises to be another classic and memorable concert at our unique club.


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May 22, 2024

Hetty Kate: Swinging Vintage Jazz & A Benefit Concert for Anita Wardell with special guest Nigel Price on Guitar

This will be an amazing evening featuring a stunning and versatile vocalist who is rarely seen in the UK,
Hetty Kate: Vocals
Matyas Gayer: Piano
Jeremy Brown: Double Bass
Steve Brown: Drums
Special Guest – Nigel Price: Guitar
*** Please note that for the first time at our club, seating will be in theatre style, and we ask diners to eat in the main bar before the performance. ***

June 12, 2024

‘Trombonism’ – Nick Mills Trombone Quintet

Trombones: Nick Mills, Andy Flaxman, Tom Dunnett, Chris Lowe, Bruce Douglas
Rhythm Section: Jim Treweek – Piano, Andy Hamill – Double Bass, Dave Tandy – Drums

June 26, 2024

Ineza & “Women’s Words, Sisters’ Stories”

Great musicians explore the music written by some of our most iconic Jazz Songstresses.
Ineza: Vocals
Alex Webb: Keyboard
Katy Patterson: Drums
Charlie Pyne: Double Bass

July 3, 2024

Tommaso Starace ”My favourite Standards”

Tommaso has an endearing style and charm that never fails to engage his audience.
Tommaso Starace: Alto Saxophone
Alban Claret: Guitar
Steve Ashworth: Hammond Organ
Chris Nickolls: Drums

July 10, 2024

Summer Latin Love Vibes with Roger Beaujolais

Roger Beaujolais: Vibrophone
John Crawford: Keyboard
Andy Lafone: Bass
Davide Giovannini: Drums

July 24, 2024

Nick Mills Blue Note Project ‘It Must Schwing’

Nick Mills: Trombone
Saxophone: Dave O’Higgins
Martin Shaw: Trumpet
Leon Greening: Keyboard
Jeremy Brown: Double Bass
Matt Home: Drums
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