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The Isle of Purbeck
MUSIC NIGHTS AT HARMANS CROSS
We aim to bring you only the very best live musical acts in many different genres, they can all be enjoyed in our outstanding, comfortable venue, which is one of the finest in the area.
Our 2018 Music Night Events to date are :
Saturday 30 June “ Blue Note Quintet and Dave O’Higgins”
(A Swanage Jazz Club event)
Saturday 22 December “ The Churchfitters Christmas Cracker show”
For more details on these events see below …………….
To make buying your tickets easier, we now provide online ticketing via your credit / debit card, in addition to our local outlets.
Keeping Music Live
Saturday 30 June at 7.30 p.m.
The Blue Note quintet includes some of the top musicians working in the south and south west and plays the exciting, foot-tapping music of the era when musicians like Art Blakey and Miles Davis played to large audiences in jazz clubs throughout the world. The legendary Blue Note label recorded some of the leading figures in the period. The quintet led by trumpeter Andy Urquhart and Saxophonist Terry Quinney, play this great music with a swinging intensity that has delighted audiences, including a recent sell-out concert at Ilminster.
For this gig for Swanage, they are joined by Dave O’Higgins, one of the top saxophonists on the British and European scene. He leads his own very successful quartet, and well as starring in Darius Brubeck’s quartet.
Tickets are £11 ( Adults) students and under 18 are £6
available online below and from
Swanage Jazz Club 01929 422215
The Churchfitters is a folk group like no other. A double bass made out of scrap metal. Heart-wrenching vocals accompanied by a musical saw. Foot-stomping fiddle mixed with infectious funk-rock rhythms.
Their “Christmas Cracker” is a mouth-watering selection of traditional and original festive season songs which will see Christmas in with a bang, a paper hat-full of surprises, novelties – and some terrible jokes too!