Sunday Lunch - Down For The Count

Sunday Lunch with Down For The Count Swing orchestra at Hideaway Jazz Club Streatham south London
Sunday, 4th Mar 2018
Doors 12pm, Show 2pm
£10.00

Down For The Count Swing Orchestra are London’s hottest mini Big Band and vintage dance orchestra, and they return to Hideaway for another exhilarating family-friendly show celebrating the legendary American vocalist and pianist Nat ‘King’ Cole! Join us for Sunday Lunch!

UNDER 16s admitted FREE - Please let us know how many children will be attending in the Comments Box section of the booking form. 

The Down for the Count Swing Orchestra bring the sounds of the Swing Era back to life, with a stunning and energetic show celebrating the best music of the 20th Century.

The band have been described as "a breath of fresh air on the swing scene", and have performed for audiences up and down the country including at Twinwood Festival, the London Jazz Festival, the London Swing Festival and Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho.  Recently their new album “Let’s Dance” was played on Clare Teal’s BBC Radio 2 show.

For the latest in their series of hugely successful Sunday afternoon shows at Hideaway, Down for the Count will be celebrating the legendary American jazz vocalist and pianist Nat ‘King’ Cole on Sunday 4th March 2018.  The band will performing some of his best known hits including “L-O-V-E”, “Let There Be Love, “Sweet Lorraine” and some lesser-known gems.

You can also expect to hear big band favorites from the likes of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman and many more.

Down for the Count are a hit in dance halls, concert halls, theatres and festivals, and their joyful performance and infectious rhythm never fails to get toes tapping and audiences dancing... so no need to feel guilty about following your Hideaway Sunday lunch with that cheeky dessert after all!

Line up:

Mike Paul-Smith (piano/MD), Charlie Pyne (bass), James Smith (drums), Amelia Forster (keyboards), Max Fagandini (trumpet/trombone), Simon Joyner (trumpet), Katie Edwards (alto sax/clarinet), Alex Western-King (tenor sax/clarinet), Jamie Hone (tenor and bari sax), Katie Birtill (vocals), Hannah Castleman (vocals), Callum Gillies (vocals)