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Saturday, October 13, 2018

Tonight @ The Globe - the David Lyttle Trio

For those who aren't Lindyhopping at the Coast, may I suggest Globetrotting at the Jazz Coop HQ situated, of course, at The Globe, Newcastle? 
Ireland's top drummer David Lyttle, along with Steve Hamilton on piano and Michael Janisch, bass all top men in their respective countries - Ireland, Scotland, USA look set to provide an unforgettable evening. 
A co-promotion by JNE, Jazz Coop and the Tyneside Irish Festival suggests that it will be well-attended.
Tickets are £12/£10. The gig is advertised by the Globe as kicking off at 7:30pm but I suspect this could just be doors but don't take a chance and, if it is at the more likely 8:00pm as JNE claim, you'll have all the more time for a Guinness or two.
Lance.

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