About > Songbook Sundays

Hosted in the grand setting of the Athenaeum Ballroom, Songbook Sundays features the Chris Ingham Trio, alongside special guest singers from the world of jazz.

Click here to see the brunch buffet menu. VIP Tickets for Songbook Sundays are £23 (and include a reserved table & unlimited choice from the brunch buffet menu). Standard Tickets are £12 in advance / £15 on the door (if available) - and don't include brunch or a reserved table, though both are available on the day (subject to availability).

Songbook Sundays run from 11.30am-1.30pm - see below for details...









Sunday 27 August 

Gill Manly: Celebrating Nina Simone

“Manly delivers the lyrics with such emotion and honesty that it's easy to believe that these songs are autobiographical” JAZZ JOURNAL

Mentored and admired by the legendary Mark Murphy, Gill specialises in colourful and characterful songbook interpretations and is unique on today’s jazz and vocal scene.

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Sunday 24 September

Emily Saunders

“Outrageously good…an extraordinary talent” JazzFM

Rated as “absolutely brilliant” by BBC Radio 2’s Jamie Cullum and “the next big thing” by the London Evening Standard, London-based vocalist, songwriter, composer and producer Emily Saunders has carved her own sun-drenched niche that takes in jazz, pop and soul.

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Sunday 22 October

Sue Richardson: Sirens of the Screen

“She plays swinging jazz trumpet and sings with a musician’s phrasing” OBSERVER

Fabulous trumpeter/singer Sue Richardson has been wowing UK audiences with this delightful show. A sell-out at Ronnie Scott's, Sue guides us through the beauties and the beasts from Hollywood’s glamorous heyday and the popular songs which helped make them famous.

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Sunday 3 December

Atila Huseyin: Singing and Swinging

 One of the UK’s most established and admired swing singers, Atila, is smart, hip and swinging.

His interpretations of the American Songbook are internationally renowned, taking influence from early Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole.

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