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Chelsea’s 606 Club Presents Jazz on the Lawn at Fulham Palace : Emma Smith Quintet (Sat 29 July 17)

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  • Date: July 29, 2017
  • Time: 19:30
  • Location: London
  • Venue: Fulham Palace, Bishop’s Avenue, Fulham London SW6 6EA

Chelsea’s 606 Club Presents Jazz on the Lawn at Fulham Palace : Emma Smith Quintet

Now in its ninth year, Jazz on the Lawn attracts over a thousand visitors annually, who come to enjoy the weekend’s accessible mix of straight-ahead jazz, standards, groove, soul & Latin.

Saturday the 29th, we present singer Emma Smith, considered to be one of the leading jazz vocalists of her generation. With an international pedigree that takes in work at the likes of the 606 Club and Ronnie Scott’s she is probably best known as a member the close harmony swing trio the Puppini Sisters as well as one of the hosts of BBC Radio’s “Jazz Now”. With her irrepressible personality and swinging 5-piece band, Emma is crowd-pleasing performer of significant talent & ability.

“engages her audience from the first moment” Jazzwise; “Exceptional” Times
 Video: https://youtu.be/QNEH7eymwNc

Event Details:

Jazz on the Lawn, Fulham Palace

Saturday 20 July, 7:30pm – Emma Smith Quintet

(gates open at 6:30pm)

Venue:

Fulham Palace, Bishop’s Avenue, Fulham London SW6 6EA
fulhampalace.org

Tickets & Information:

Tickets, £16 (adults), £10 (children, 4-10), 3& under – free

Information & Booking: 0207 352 5953 or online, 606club.co.uk

 

How to Get There:

Main entrance: the end of Bishop’s Avenue, just off Fulham Palace Road/A219
Bus: local buses to Fulham Palace Road, Fulham High Street or Putney Bridge Approach (14, 22, 39, 74, 85, 93, 220, 265, 270, 414, 424, 430)

Tube/Rail: Putney Bridge Underground station, District line (from the station follow the Thames Path west along the river through Bishop’s Park, midway through the park is the Bishop’s Avenue gate, exit through gate and immediately right into Fulham Palace grounds), or Southwest Trains to Putney station, approximately 15 minutes from Central London.

Parking: metered parking on Bishop’s Avenue