Fleet Jazz Club puts on monthly jazz performances from some of the UK’s finest jazz musicians on the third Tuesday of the month, in a “jazz club” environment at the Harlington Centre in Fleet. The club has an enthusiastic and growing membership since it started in January 2013, and we are always very happy to see new people too. There’s more about who we are and what we do here.

Our 2016/2017 programme is listed below and tickets are available from the Box Office, by phone  (01252 811009) or on the door on the night. For more details on each event click here or visit our Facebook page. Why not join our mailing list

We also have a growing gallery of wonderful photos from our recent events thanks to our friends at Aldershot, Farnham & Fleet Camera Club (AFFCC).

May 16th – Digby Fairweather/Julian Stringle Quintet 

Digby Fairweather – trumpet, Julian Stringle – sax/clarinet, Martin Litton – piano, Bobby Worth – drums, Marianne Windham – bass

digby-fairweather-3Jazz trumpet legend Digby Fairweather has been a full time professional jazz man for forty years. A prolific award-winner, his honours include ‘BBC Jazz Society’s Musician of the Year’ (1979), BT Jazz Awards (Trumpet 1992/Services to Jazz 1993), Benno Haussman Award for Services to Jazz (1993), and Freedoms of both London (1992) and his hometown Southend-on-Sea (in their ‘Millennium Roll of Honour’ 2000) as well as winning the “Top Small Group ” category in the British Jazz Awards in 2014 for the ninth time in ten years!

Julian Stringle was a child prodigy reed player. He made his TV debut with Acker Bilk when he was just 14 and at 17 he formed a Modern Jazz quintet and toured Europe.  He has played on concert, club, festival and broadcast dates with his own bands as well as a host of famous names., and was voted ‘Best Clarinettist’ at the British Jazz Awards 2006/7.

Digby and Julian are joined by the rythm section of Martin Litton on piano (Kenny Ball, George Chisholm, Humphrey Littleton) and a very welcome for his first visit to the club to Bobby Worth, a drummer of great pedigree and repute, with Marianne completing the lineup on double bass.

Tickets £12 from the Box Office on 01252 811009, online here,  on the door.

2017 Programme

June 20th – Tina May Quartet

July 18th – Barnes/Waterman/Nightingale Sextet “The Music of Mancini”

September 19th – Karen Sharp Quartet

October 17th – John Etheridge “Sweet Chorus”

November 14th – Alex Ridout, BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year

December 5 – Christmas Special: Brandon Allen Sextet