Seven ‘name’ instrumentalists that played with Kenny Ball’s last band have come together to pay tribute to the UK’s most successful Dixieland bandleader of all-time. Kenny Ball formed his first band in 1958 and throughout the 1960s he had 14 NME Chart hits and reached No 2 in the UK and USA with his worldwide ‘smash’ “Midnight in Moscow”.

Regular appearances on every series of the brilliant BBC ‘Morecambe & Wise’ show exposed the band to a vast audience. Award-winning Trombone star Ian Bateman leads,  Ben Cummings - Trumpet / Vocals, Richard Exall - Clarinet, Martin Litton - Piano, Tom ‘Spats’ Langham - Banjo, John Day – Bass and Steve Rushton – Drums, performing Kenny’s original arrangements of “Someday you’ll be sorry”, “ March of the Siamese Children'' and    ”Samantha”.

Time: 8.30pm (2hrs, 45mins)

Tickets: £20.00

This event is seated. If you would like to dine with us on the night, please reserve a table by calling Brothers Grill, our in-house caterers, on 020 8440 2221 and book your place (subject to availability)