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Jazz Anchor

Jazz Club

Open 7pm until late | Music from 8pm

Enjoy Smooth Jazz from some great musicians for ONLY £10 per ticket

or why not go for the classic Jazz feel and treat yourself to one of our sensational curries for an all in price of £22


Trinidadian 3 Bean Curry

served with Doubles (spicy flat bread)

Chicken Curry

served with Doubles (spicy flat bread)

The Menu

Thursday 8th June

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Please ignore any pick up requests you may receive after booking.

Once payment has been made your name will be on the list

You do not need to come in to the cafe and collect your tickets

Vinyl Club

Vinyl Club

***Thursday 4th May***

from 7.00pm

We meet every month at Art & Souls Gallery for the chance to sample some classic (and new) vinyl music for all genres - rock, pop, jazz, classical . . . 


We invite you to bring in one or two of your favourite vinyl records to share with us while enjoying drinks from our fully stocked bar!

No need to book, just come along!

Live Music

Live Music

hosted by Black Cat Radio

***Thursday 6th July***

Doors open 6.30pm | Music from 7.30pm

Join us for an evening of great music from

Tickets £16

Serious Child


Spoken Word

***Thursday 25th May***

at 7.00pm

An evening of spoken word, poetry, humour and stories.


Come and enjoy a relaxed evening with poets and storytellers bringing a blend of humour, reflections and ‘makes you think’ contributions.


Lite bites will also be available from our menu, plus a full licensed bar.

Tickets £5

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***Thursday 15th June***

at 7.00pm


Michael Faraday (1791-1867) was one of the most influential scientists.


This play follows Faraday’s journey from his humble beginnings as an apprentice bookbinder to scientific prodigy and one of the greatest experimental scientists of all time.


In a career lasting forty years, Murray Watts has written many award winning plays for theatre and radio, and numerous screenplays for TV and film.


Andrew Harrison returns to Art & Soul. He began his career with Riding Lights Theatre Co. in York, and after many years as an actor is now a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4’s drama department.

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