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www.barmouthmusic.org

'A self funding, non-profit making community group ... We initially ran short jazz improvisation workshops under the tutelage of local musicians, but now hold 2 & 3 day events with musicians of international standing ... These events are fully booked well in advance ... Having organised a couple of small festivals in the past, we have now opted to regularly put on jazz & blues gigs on the Fourth Friday of every month ... Ticket reservations are essential, since nights are regularly sold out.'

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belvederejazz.co.uk

'Essex’s premier jazz and live music venue. Come and hear some of the top UK and overseas performers live at Belvedere Jazz ... Weekly concerts are held on Wednesday evenings throughout the year except December. Featuring a wide variety of jazz genres including Big Band, Swing, Mainstream, Easy Listening and foot tapping music – there’s something for everyone! A friendly atmosphere and candlelit tables await you ...'

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www.berkhamstedjazz.co.uk

'Our belief is that jazz is for enjoyment and we wish to encourage listeners to all the different elements that jazz comprises. We are neither a "Traditional Jazz" club, nor a "Modern Jazz" club; we try to include as many facets of jazz as possible in our programme ... We are always pleased to receive visitors. Tickets are not expensive, and we never charge any supplementary fees for booking or handling ... All concerts are on Saturdays at 8.00pm.'

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www.bridgnorthjazz.co.uk

'We provide a series of monthly jazz events and an annual three day May Jazz Festival.'

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www.budejazz.co.uk

'Bude Jazz Club,  the brain child of Pat Sullivan, was formed in 1990 to promote and encourage jazz in Bude and the surrounding area. The club currently presents live entertainment twice a month, usually on Sunday evenings ...'

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Also indexedBude Jazz Festival
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www.cambridgejazz.org

'Provides top class British and International jazz music in Cambridge ... Programme new, experimental, imaginative and sometimes obscure acts ... Policies have earned the club genuine respect and credibility from the multitude of musicians who have played here and the numerous established and young artists seeking to use our platform today.'

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www.carlislejazzclub.co.uk

'Jazz fans meeting to listen to live talented jazz musicians from all over the UK and abroad. One of the few jazz clubs who maintain weekly gigs with talented line up every time ... Visitors always welcome.' 

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fleetjazz.wordpress.com

'Puts on monthly jazz performances from some of the UK’s finest jazz musicians ... in a “jazz club” environment ... 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 ...'

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www.gosportjazz.org.uk

'Exists as a non-profit making organisation to provide and promote high quality live traditional jazz in Gosport and surrounding areas. The Club arranges live performances ... by mainly British bands, although there have been visits by bands from as far away as Australia, the USA and Europe.'

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www.hawkeshouse.co.uk/flv_portfolio/jazz-club/

'We are your friendly neighbourhood café bar located in the heart of Thornbury ... We hold a great Jazz Club on the second & last Wednesday of every month.'

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www.irbyclub.co.uk

'The Club is run by members for the members and has been going since 1933. We are extremely proud of our local club! ... Live Entertainment every Wednesday. Free to all. Non Members most welcome ... Jazz Night ... Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday.'

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ivyroomjazz.co.uk

'Farnham's first Jazz & Supper Club! ... Jazz At The Ivy Room presents monthly sessions on the last Wednesday of each month (excluding December and August) featuring some of the country’s greatest jazz instrumentalists and singers ... With comfortable seating, atmospheric lighting and a well-stocked bar, we'll be bringing you the ambience of an after-hours metropolitan night spot right in the heart of Farnham Town Centre ...'

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www.lostwithieljazzcafe.org.uk

Gigs held around and about Lostwithiel every few months: '"SOLD OUT", we always sell out, it’s become a bit of a cliché ...'

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harboroughjazz.com

'Focusses on promoting modern and mainstream forms of Jazz. Our aim is to not only provide Sunday sessions at our venue ... but also further promote local jazz events. We have an excellent reputation for providing jazz sessions from national and international names as well as rising local stars ... We look forward to seeing you at our lunchtime sessions on the second Sunday in every month to enjoy a friendly relaxed atmosphere, good food and the best in modern jazz.'

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www.marlowjazz.co.uk

'Began life in the early 1970s as The Chilterns Jazz Appreciation Society. Initially it was simply a record recital group with occasional jazz film shows (cine film – this was just before the video age!). Meetings were held in the back room of Marlow’s Clayton Arms. Live events began tentatively in 1975, but the tiny room proved too small for the growing interest and the first of many moves was made. Over the years no less than eleven different venues have been used ...'

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www.milestonesjazzclub.co.uk

'The long-held club policy is of opening the doors to everyone, of all ages. We have tried to avoid the twin traps of lowest-common-denominator shallowness or pompous jazz snobs who know the middle name of Miles Davis. Older jazz aficionados are welcomed alongside those new to the music to enjoy the visceral experience of live improvised music.'

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www.vaccari.co.uk/the-moon-jazz-and-blues-club.php

'As a come back trumpet player of about six years, the time came to do something about playing more regularly and in public. So I set up The Moon Jazz & Blues Club. A place where jazz is a living organism and the hubbub of the audience is a part of the experience. Without an audience and the excitement you bring to the music performed then the jazz is just not the same, so thank you for your continued support and thank you for coming out ... As well as a regular healthy turn out of people since the start, I am stunned by the number of excellent jazz musicians we have not only in the South West but right on the door step ...'

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www.morayjazzclub.co.uk

Weekly evening meetings: 'Performers include a number of excellent local musicians and guests from further afield who play a wide variety of jazz. Visitors to the Jazz Club are very welcome'.

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www.olneyjazzclub.com

'Keeping live music alive ... The Ollney Jazz Club runs on the first Tuesday of every month except for August, when we take a summer break. We're a very friendly club and no membership is required.'

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www.pinnerjazz.org.uk

'In the autumn of 1998, we started a short series of jazz concerts in church, with encouragement from our then vicar, David Tuck. Various musicians played for us, amongst them Humphrey Lyttelton and Martin Klute. We did not expect that annual jazz seasons would be going from strength to strength in Pinner Parish Church so many years later! Welcome ...'

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Also indexedPinner Parish Church
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www.redcarjazzclub.com

Club reborn in 2010, 27 years after its demise. Saturday evening concerts about every two months.

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www.rvjazzandblues.co.uk

'We are a small community-based charity, run entirely by volunteers. Our aim is to develop and promote the best in live jazz, and particularly to foster aspiring young talent. We arrange regular live jazz gigs and festivals involving leading UK jazz musicians at first-class venues mainly in Clitheroe, the heart of Ribble Valley. But we also encourage up-and-coming talent, especially among younger players by providing opportunities for playing in public and organising coaching and workshops by professional trainers and musicians.' Jazz Fest held Late April.

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Also indexedRibble Valley Jazz Fest
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www.southportjazzclub.com

'Founded in 2016 ... commits to presenting regular high quality jazz gigs around town, seasoning the flavoursome North West England music scene with ensembles big and small, traditional and modern.'

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www.stivesjazzclub.com

'The last jazz club before New York ... Set up in June 1998, and every Tuesday since then, we've had the privilege of hearing top class modern jazz in beautiful St Ives. We've been shortlisted twice in the Parliamentary Jazz Awards as Jazz Venue of the Year and won it in 2015 - we're one of the best jazz clubs in the UK - that's official!' Note Website unavailable at Review; cf Facebook Site.

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www.suttoncoldfieldtradjazzclub.com

'We aim to: PRESERVE Jazz Age music; PRESENT top trad bands; PROMOTE our jazz heritage; PROTECT it from decline;  PAMPER dancers & listeners; Offer a PACKAGE of Real Music, Real Dance, Real Ale & well stocked bar for a Real Good Night Out.'

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www.teignmouthjazz.org

'If you love jazz why not join us? Yearly membership ... secures benefits at reduced rates at our popular Club Nights and of course at the annual Jazz Festival in the Autumn.' Festival held Mid November.

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Also indexedTeignmouth Jazz & Blues Festival
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www.uptonjazz.co.uk

Annual weekend event taking place Late June. The Friends of the Upton Jazz Festival is 'Worcestershire's Premier Jazz Society for the best live jazz in the area featuring top musicians from Britain and abroad'.

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www.vortexjazz.co.uk/events/

'One of the UK’s premier jazz venues, programming almost 400 performances a year in an intimate space. We were winner of the Live Jazz Award category at the 2013 Parliamentary Jazz Awards ... We have even been singled out by the prestigious Downbeat magazine as one the top 150 jazz venues in the world. Most of the concerts are programmed by the club itself, exercising a judicious balance between quality and accessibility. This contrasts us with other venues, which just act as places for various outside promoters to use.'

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www.zeffirellis.com

'Enjoy contemporary Jazz and world music live performances most Wednesday, Friday and Saturday's upstairs in the Jazz Bar at Zeffirellis. The Jazz Bar offers great live music events, many of which are free, as well as bar and food menu including pizzas, pasta, anti-pasti and delicious desserts.'

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www.ziggysclub.com

'Launched in April 2012 Ziggy's club nights ... featuring the finest Jazz and World music artists in the UK. Showcasing new talent, established artists and star performers.'

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