Tina May

Tina May

Ffresh Cabaret Bar

25 April 2019

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Tina May

25 April 2019

Ffresh Cabaret Bar

Since forming her first quartet in the early 1990s, Tina May’s astonishing vocal ability and hypnotic stage presence has won her worldwide acclaim.

Her numerous accolades include Best Vocalist, and on several occasions, the Critic’s Choice Award at the British Jazz Awards.

A gifted lyricist, consummate jazz artist and sparkling entertainer, Tina’s wonderful voice will already be familiar to ITV viewers from the catchy theme tunes of the popular series Infidelity and Airline.

Music lovers know her as an astonishingly gifted vocalist, famous for performing not only standard songs from the pens of Jerome Kern, Harry Warren, Duke Ellington, George and Ira Gershwin, Richard Rodgers, Kurt Weill, Johnny Mandel, Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen, but also material by Tony Newley, Paul Simon, and Chick Corea.

“One of the best jazz vocalists anywhere today.”

The Observer

Age guidance: 16+

Offers

Promise members: £3 off.

Early bird offers: add a bottle of wine for just £10 or for £15 choose two small plates and either a glass of wine, a pint or soft drink.

The bar and kitchen are open from 6pm and shows start at 8pm.

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