Following their sold-out takeover at last year’s Festival, Kansas Smitty’s bring the best of the programme from their East London bar to The Daffodil. Expect the same late-night party atmosphere and cocktails but with music from all their favourite bands, plus a few special guests.
Saturday night of the Kansas Smitty’s takeover ushers in a young French ensemble led by frequent Smitty’s collaborator Edouard Pennes. Inspired by the swing of Charles Mingus and Thelonious Monk but performing with a guitar, violin and double bass line-up more familiar to fans of Django Reinhardt, the quartet may also be joined by some familiar faces later in the evening for a cross-Channel hang-out.
The Kansas Smitty’s House Band won’t be playing at The Daffodil but you can catch their special show at the Town Hall (Saturday 5 May, 7.30pm): Kansas Smitty’s House Band with special guest Clare Teal
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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