Jazz Nursery 28th August 2014

24 aug

Happy 90th Birthday to Kenny Dorham!

JAZZ NURSERY · The Golden Hinde · 1 Pickfords Wharf · Clink St · SE1 9DG · doors 7.30pm
£10 on the door / £5 concessions


Thursday 3rd July 2014


Thu 3rd July 2014
We welcome to the Nursery for July:

George Crowley’s Can of Worms
with Tom Challenger, Dan Nichols, Sam Lasserson & Jon Scott

Calum Gourlay Solo Set

As usual we are running a bring-your-own-bottle scheme. No bar at the Nursery. Feel free to bring as much or as little as you like. No corkage fee.

JAZZ NURSERY, Arch 61, Ewer Street, SE1 0NR. 7.30pm.
£10 on the door / £5 concessions

for table bookings: reservations@jazznursery.com
all other enquiries: info@jazznursery.com

Don’t want to bring your own bottle? In association with Waterloo Wines SE1, we encourage you to purchase from their fine selection of wines at a special price that will be delivered to your table on the night click here for Wine Service. Table reservations are a good idea when using this service.

directions: from Southwark (LU), walk towards union street and take the entrance by the railway arches, by the boxing gym. Jazz Nursery is a few more arches up on the left hand side.

Thursday 5th June 2014


Thu 5th June 2014
This month we are very excited to welcome two fantastic piano-led bands to the Nursery:

Barry Green Quartet (FEAT. SPECIAL INTERNATIONAL SURPRISE GUEST)

One of the UK’s foremost piano players, Barry Green has played with Dave Friesen, Bobby Watson, Perico Sambeat, Charles McPherson, Ben Street, Martin Speake, Bobby Wellins, Ian Shaw, Anita Wardell, Tina May, Bill McHenry and many others. In January 2014 Barry recorded two trio albums in Systems Two studios, Brooklyn. One with Chris Cheek and Gerald Cleaver (called “Great News”) and the other with Drew Gress and Tom Rainey (called “Almost There”). Great news is released on Moletone in early 2015 follwed by a UK and internationlal tour with Chris and Gerald.

Barry Green – piano
Dave Whitford – double bass
Jeff Williams – drums

PLUS, TONIGHT BARRY WILL BE JOINED BY AN EXTRA EXTRA SPECIAL SURPRISE GUEST. You’ll have to come along to find out who it is, but trust us when we say that this really isn’t one to miss.

Elliot Galvin Trio

The Elliot Galvin Trio was formed in 2012 and sees the meeting of three like- minded creatives. Exploring the possibilities of the traditional piano trio line-up with a sense of playful experimentation, the group play original material written by Elliot. The band effortlessly juggle a number of musical worlds as the realms of classical, jazz, popular and art music all make an appearance. This is held together with a free-spirited, improv sensibility which at times pushes the sonic capabilities and traditions of their instruments to another level. In 2014 they won the European Young Musician of The Year Award in Germany. They never fail to deliver a performance which perfectly balances technical virtuosity, a healthy dose of fun and playfulness as well as moments of captivating beauty.

Their Debut Album ‘Dreamland’ is available on the Chaos Collective label.

Elliot Galvin – piano
Tom McCredie – double bass
Simon Roth – drums

As usual we are running a bring-your-own-bottle scheme. No bar at the Nursery. Feel free to bring as much or as little as you like. No corkage fee.

JAZZ NURSERY, Arch 61, Ewer Street, SE1 0NR. 7.30pm.
£10 on the door / £5 concessions

for table bookings: reservations@jazznursery.com
all other enquiries: info@jazznursery.com

Don’t want to bring your own bottle? In association with Waterloo Wines SE1, we encourage you to purchase from their fine selection of wines at a special price that will be delivered to your table on the night click here for Wine Service. Table reservations are a good idea when using this service.

directions: from Southwark (LU), walk towards union street and take the entrance by the railway arches, by the boxing gym. Jazz Nursery is a few more arches up on the left hand side.

Thursday 1st May 2014


JAZZ NURSERY, Arch 61, Ewer Street, SE1 0NR. 7.30pm. £10/£5.
Tom Hewson Quintet
Alcyona Mick Trio

As usual we are running a bring-your-own-bottle scheme. No bar at the Nursery. Feel free to bring as much or as little as you like. No corkage fee.

£10 on the door / £5 concessions

for table bookings: reservations@jazznursery.com
all other enquiries: info@jazznursery.com

Don’t want to bring your own bottle? In association with Waterloo Wines SE1, we encourage you to purchase from their fine selection of wines at a special price that will be delivered to your table on the night click here for Wine Service. Table reservations are a good idea when using this service.

directions: from Southwark (LU), walk towards union street and take the entrance by the railway arches, by the boxing gym. Jazz Nursery is a few more arches up on the left hand side.

Thursday 3rd April 2014

Thursday 3rd April 2014

James Allsop Standards Trio
James Allsop (saxophones), Tom Farmer (bass) & James Maddren (drums)

Alec Harper Quintet
Alec Harper (tenor), Dan Nichols (piano), Olie Brice (bass) & Mark Sanders (drums)

As usual we are running a bring-your-own-bottle scheme. No bar at the Nursery. Feel free to bring as much or as little as you like. No corkage fee.

£10 on the door / £5 concessions

for table bookings: reservations@jazznursery.com
all other enquiries: info@jazznursery.com

Don’t want to bring your own bottle? In association with Waterloo Wines SE1, we encourage you to purchase from their fine selection of wines at a special price that will be delivered to your table on the night click here for Wine Service. Table reservations are a good idea when using this service.

directions: from Southwark (LU), walk towards union street and take the entrance by the railway arches, by the boxing gym. Jazz Nursery is a few more arches up on the left hand side.

Thursday 6th March 2014

Thursday 6th March 2014

Join us this month for some math-jazz.

Dice Factory
with Tom Challenger (tenor), Dan Nichols (piano), Tom Farmer (bass) & Jon Scott (drums)

William Rixon
with Kit Downes (piano), Tom Farmer (bass) & Josh Morrison (drums)

As usual we are running a bring-your-own-bottle scheme. No bar at the Nursery. Feel free to bring as much or as little as you like. No corkage fee.

£10 on the door / £5 concessions & members

for table bookings: reservations@jazznursery.com
all other enquiries: info@jazznursery.com

Don’t want to bring your own bottle? In association with Waterloo Wines SE1, we encourage you to purchase from their fine selection of wines at a special price that will be delivered to your table on the night click here for Wine Service. Table reservations are a good idea when using this service.

directions: from Southwark (LU), walk towards union street and take the entrance by the railway arches, by the boxing gym. Jazz Nursery is a few more arches up on the left hand side.

Coming up at the Jazz Nursery…

Take a peak at what’s coming up this year. Some great bands to look forward to!

Feb
Barry Green Trio
George Bird Quintet

Mar
Dice Factory
WIZ

Apr
James Allsop Trio
Alec Harper Quartet

May
Tom Hewson Qunitet
Alcyona Mick Trio

Jun
Elliot Galvin Trio
Evan Parker Trio

£10 on the door / £5 concessions & members

for table bookings: reservations@jazznursery.com
all other enquiries: info@jazznursery.com

Thursday 6th February 2014

Thursday 6th February 2014

To follow up from a wonderful first Nursery of 2014, we are pleased to welcome two exceptional bands this February.

Barry Green Trio
with Oli Hayhurst (bass) & Jon Scott (drums)

George Bird Quintet
with Nathaniel Facey (alto), Elliot Galvin (piano), Mike Soper (trumpet), Fergus Ireland (bass)

As usual we are running a bring-your-own-bottle scheme. No bar at the Nursery. Feel free to bring as much or as little as you like. No corkage fee.

£10 on the door / £5 concessions & members

for table bookings: reservations@jazznursery.com
all other enquiries: info@jazznursery.com

Don’t want to bring your own bottle? In association with Waterloo Wines SE1, we encourage you to purchase from their fine selection of wines at a special price that will be delivered to your table on the night click here for Wine Service. Table reservations are a good idea when using this service.

directions: from Southwark (LU), walk towards union street and take the entrance by the railway arches, by the boxing gym. Jazz Nursery is a few more arches up on the left hand side.