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TREE // HAUS, Sam Redmore

Thursday 2 May


Free Stage
5.30 – 6.30pm

Local trio TREE // HAUS deliver a burst of catchy melodies and groove inspired by the likes of Tom Misch, fresh from their latest release My Time (feat. Watercolours).

The Patsy Gamble Band

Free Stage
6.45 – 7.45pm

Patsy Gamble is a session saxophonist, vocalist, composer and British Blues Award finalist. She has worked with Mick Jagger and Steve Winwood, among many others, and brings her band to the Free Stage.

Swing From Paris

Free Stage
8 – 9pm

With violin and guitars, expect the stylish jazz and French swing of Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli, featuring tunes from across Europe and beyond.

Red Hot Riot

Smokey Joe’s

Hailing from the Forest of Dean, Red Hot Riot are a young rockabilly revival band who feel it’s their time to make a mark on this infectious genre.

Stolen Chocolates

Harry Cook Free House

Gloucestershire based Stolen Chocolates play jazz and blues tunes. Their aim is to find, arrange and play great songs and have some fun whilst doing so.

Late Nights At No. 131

No. 131
10.30pm till late

With cocktail in hand, dive into a night of soul-drenched remixes with DJ Sam Redmore, reworking classics with new beats into the early hours.

From Our Friends

Captain Accident & The Disasters plus Ready 5 and Kings Alias
Frog and Fiddle; 8pm
£6; Tickets:

The Swing Hoppers
Bottle of Sauce; 7.30pm
£10 advance / £15 on the door; Tickets: