Saltburn Community Hall

Saltburn Community Hall
Windsor Road, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, North Yorkshire, TS12 1NN
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Saltburn Jazz Night With Kevin Grenfell's Jazz Giants

Friday 1st June  @ 7.30pm Saltburn Jazz Night  with KEVIN GRENFELL'S JAZZ GIANTS Kevin Grenfell is a first-class trombonist with a great sense of humour. He has put together a fine band playing  traditional, swing and mainstream jazz styles. Early bird £10 On the door £12 Doors & Bar 6.45pm Starts 7.30pm

Fri 1 Jun


Saltburn Jazz Night With the Strictly Smoking Big Band

Friday 11th May  @ 7.30pm Saltburn Jazz Night  with THE STRICTLY SMOKING BIG BAND One of the premier big bands in the UK. Expect everything from Rat Pack to Miller to Basie to Ellington to Robbie and Buble and everything in between! Early bird £10 On the door £12 Doors & Bar 6.45pm Starts 7.30pm

Fri 11 May


Seaside Folk With Alistair Russell & Chris Parkinson

Friday 25th May @ 7.30pm ALISTAIR RUSSELL & CHRIS PARKINSON This duo, hailing from the North East and North West respectively, create a unique blend of traditional folk and contemporary music. Both are experienced folk musicians, with Russell being a member of Scotland’s well known Battlefield Band *and…

Fri 25 May


Seaside Folk With Robbie Greig & Owen Sinclair

Friday 20th April @ 7.30pm ROBBIE GREIG & OWEN SINCLAIR Despite their young ages this Scottish duo are experienced musicians on the Folk scene. Grieg is tge inaugural winner of the 2017 Niel Gow Scottish Fiddle Awards, and Sinclair is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of Scotland’s finest, regularly playing…

Fri 20 Apr


Seaside Folk With the Rachel Hamer Band

Friday 22nd June @ 7.30pm THE RACHEL HAMER BAND Based in Newcastle, *The Rachel Hamer Band *are reinterpreting the traditional music of the North East and introducing it to a new generation of folk enthusiasts. Founded in 2011 at Newcastle University, they’re still establishing themselves, but as the winners of the…

Fri 22 Jun


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