The Jay Rayner Quartet romps through a repertoire of two parts. In keeping with his international renown as a restaurant critic, Jay tackles songs that deal with food and drink, with help from vocalist Pat Gordon-Smith. Interwoven are a series of brilliant anecdotes as he reminisces about his childhood growing up with a mother who was a famous agony aunt and sex advice columnist, the late Claire Rayner.
Bar open from 6pm, dinner served at 7pm, performance 8.30–9.45pm.
Jay Rayner piano
Robert Rickenberg bass
Dave Lewis saxophone
Pat Gordon-Smith vocals
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.
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