The Red Stripe Band | Hideaway London  | Sun 27th January 2019 Lineup

The Red Stripe Band

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Sunday 27th January 2019

12:00pm til 4:30pm (last entry 4:30pm)

No age restrictions

'Red Stripe's immediate rapport with the audience and quirky humour makes this show unmissable.'

 

The Red Stripe Band on Sunday 27th January 2019

'Red Stripe's immediate rapport with the audience and quirky humour makes this show unmissable.' Stephen Fry

UNDER 16s admitted FREE - Please let us know how many children will be attending in the Comments Box section of the booking form.

'We major on having a good time with our music and giving everyone who has come to see the show the same good time!'

Red Stripe (aka Neil Drinkwater) formed the band over 20 years ago and their colourful career has seen their latest original CD 'Soho Surprise' top at number 10 in the London Jazz Charts. You'll hear their songs on Radio and TV including major ad campaigns such as pizza giant Papa Johns. They have played at every Jazz and Blues festival in the UK and picked up best newcomer at Montreux Jazz Festival in 2010. They have performed for the Royal Families of no less than five countries and have shared stages with Sting, Madonna, Van Morrison, Eddi Reader and Chris Barber. Expect to be entertained with both original songs and boogie woogie, swing and rock n roll classics.

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Artists: The Red Stripe Band

Music Genres: 

Jazz

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Entry Prices

Entry price (public): Standard: GBP 10.0 (Additional fees may apply)

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