FRIDAY 21/9

JAZZ

JULIAN ARGUELLES QUARTET At the verdict: 1900

Musical polymath and sax player Julian Argüelles is joined by Ivo Neame (piano) Sam Lasserson (bass) and James Maddren (drums). To hear Julian in actin, click here. For venue details, click here.

Tickets: £15

INDIE

LOYAL AT PATTERNS: 1900-2200

Brighton-based indie band Loyal is hard to define. They are a ‘collective’ which sometimes draft in a five piece choir – and their sound is described as similar ‘to enter a movie theatre halfway through the greatest film you never saw only to be instantly gripped and confounded at the same time.’ Intrigued? You can hear their mesmeric sound here.

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Tickets: £6

 

 


SATURDAY 22/9

ROCK

GODDAMIT AT THE LATEST MUSIC BAR: 2200 – 0200

Punk, post hardcore, alternative rock late into the night a the iconic Latest Music Bar, with bands including Slow Crush and I Feel Fine. For venue details, click here.

Tickets £4 (advance) or £5 on the door

ROCK / TRIBUTE

DEFINITELY OASIS AT PATTERNS: 1900-2200

You won’t see the Gallagher brothers on stage together, but you can always pretend. Definitely Oasis are an acclaimed Oasis tribute band.

For venue details, click here.

JAZZ

PARTISANS At the verdict: 1900 

A Reunion tour: Julian Siegel (reeds) Phil Robson (guitar) Thad Kelly (bass) and Gene Calderazzo (drums) To hear them play, click here. For venue details, click here.

Tickets: £15/ £12

SUNDAY 23/9

CLASSICAL 

GUITAR RECITAL: ASHWORTH AND RATTENBURY GUITARS AT ST MARY’S CHURCH: 1530

What could be more suitable for a Sunday afternoon as autumn starts to draw in, than the tranquil sound of two guitars? Jon Rattenbury and Brian Ashworth perform a wide range of arrangements of baroque keyboard music, choros from Latin America, as well as the minimalistic work of Philip Glass and Steve Reich. There will also be refreshments available. For venue details, click here.

Tickets: £5

JAZZ

LIVE SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE HAND IN HAND: 2000-2300

How is it possible to fit so much entertainment into such a tiny, cosy space? The Hand in Hand team explains that the line-up for their weekly Sunday jazz sessions can change right up till the last minute – but neither that, nor much else, really, is a problem at this relaxed pub which specialises in unusual and specialist beers. For venue details, click here.