Details

Bar open from 6pm
Dinner served at 7.30pm
Performance 9.15 – 11pm
House band before main performance.

Vocalist, violinist and songwriter Alice Zawadzki crafts beautiful songs which have been described as modern fairy tales, dealing in mischief, whimsy, magic, loss and love. Championed by Festival Guest Director Jamie Cullum on his BBC Radio 2 show, her pure voice floats over tunes harnessing jazz, contemporary classical and pop.

Alice Zawadzki voice, violin
Alex Roth guitar Read More

Peter Lee piano, synth
Tom McCredie bass
Jon Scott drums

Please be aware that for some dinner events you may be sharing a table with other customers. We try to avoid this where possible but it is sometimes necessary due to the restaurant layout.

Uncategorisable, beautiful – a real force to be reckoned with

Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2

Reviews

Uncategorisable, beautiful – a real force to be reckoned with

7 February, 2015

Venue

The Daffodil

The Daffodil is located on Suffolk Parade, close to our Box Office and a 5 minute walk from Montpellier Gardens.

The Daffodil began life as Cheltenham’s first purpose built picture palace, opening its doors to the public on the 5th October 1922. One of country’s finest surviving examples of original Art Deco cinema design, The Daffodil’s interior is now home to a restaurant.

*Fees & Booking Info

Our booking fee

CF Ticketing charges a fee per booking to reflect the costs of providing the service which include card processing costs (for both credit and debit cards) as well as staffing, developing and maintaining the booking software and postage

Our booking fees are as follows:

  • Online sales £2.50
  • Telephone sales £2.50
  • In person card sales £1.50
    There is no fee for in person sales by cash

We endeavour to keep our booking fees as low as possible and charge on a per booking basis rather than a per ticket basis to ensure this. We also endeavour to ensure that our booking fees are clear before any transaction is completed.

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