Elliott Lewis – Stamford – 22/10/21
Jazz guitarist Elliot Lewis makes his debut appearance at Stamford…read more
Friday Night Jazz at Stray’s is a laid back but full-on jazz event. Doors open at 7:30pm, with music from 8:00pm. Tickets are available to buy in advance only.
Our Friday Night Menu is available from 7:30pm, plus we have a nice range of bottled wines, beers, Prosecco, soft drinks and our new range alcohol-free beers, ales and ciders from Drynks Unlimited. And of course, not forgetting our namesake, great coffee!
Tickets are sold via this website or you can buy from the relevant shop. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis – if you wish to reserve specific seats, we will do our best to accommodate this, but recommend you get in early to secure your favourite spot! We don’t send out tickets, so we recommend adding the date to your calendar once you’ve booked!
HOW IT WORKS…
Critically acclaimed pianist and vocalist playing her favourites, makes her debut appearance at our newest store in Market Harborough – pending any delays in the opening. Tickets available very soonread more
Now don’t mistake us for one of those pretentious jazz venues – we want you to enjoy your night!
However, we do ask you to respect other members of the audience and keep your voice levels lower during the performances.
And we’re not allowed to promote dancing in the aisles, but we can’t stop you either!
P.R.S. is Simon Potts (drums), Steve Rodda (guitar) and Stray’s own Mat Short (bass). Mat & Steve originally played on Sundays at the Newark store as part of a guitar trio. Mat met Si as part of playing with the superb Groove Merchants, led by our good friend departed, guitarist Chris Green.
Si Potts joined Mat & Steve for a date back in 2017 and the three of them haven’t looked back!
P.R.S. gig every Friday at Stray’s, supporting the headline acts at each venue, but you can see them as a trio at various venues across the Midlands, including regular slots at The Pelican in Nottingham, The Bees Knees in Laneham and with various artists at the Mason’s Arms in Louth, to name a few.
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