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Aurora Chanson @ East Beach Cafe, Littlehampton - Saturday 26th August

Jazz & French songs with Aurora at the East Beach Cafe, for a special August bank holiday weekend food evening.

Right on the beach with spectacular views, the East Beach Cafe serves uncomplicated, fresh seafood using the very best ingredients.

Bookings from 6pm to 8pm.
Advance booking is essential: 01903 731 903.

The East Beach Cafe
Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5GB
Tel.: 01903 731 903

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Aurora Chanson @ 143 The Canopy, Epsom - Wednesday 30th August

After two very succesful sold-out evenings in April and June, Aurora is back at the Canopy, Epsom, for an evening of French songs & jazz.
Full à la carte menu - Music cover charge £7.50 pp - Show starts at 8.30pm.

Located in the heart of Epsom, just a stone’s throw from the clock tower, 143 The Canopy is a five star English restaurant, providing an International contemporary cuisine with healthier choices.
Gold Winner of the Eat Out and Eat Well Charter. Winner of The Epsom & Ewell Business Excellence Awards 2011 as best restaurant.

Book your table on 01372 745330.

143 The Canopy Restaurant
Epsom High St, Surrey KT19 8EH
Tel.: 01372 745330

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Wild Willy Barrett's French Connection

From a Parisian café via a Dublin hooley to a New Orleans party with rip-roaring fiddle & banjo.

Imagine stumbling across a smoky back street bar, late night jam: Django Reinhardt and The Pogues; Robert Johnson accompanies Edith Piaf; Bob Marley’s jammin’ with Stéphane Grappelli; Tom Waits joins in. This is French Connection.

At the ensemble’s heart are the undisputed talents of multi-instrumentalist, erstwhile Godfather of grunge folk, Wild Willy Barrett.
As the versatile and heartrending vocals of French singer Aurora Chanson take centre stage, the quartet perform stunning original compositions and arrangements on guitar, cello, harmonium, whistle, fiddle, banjo and Irish pipes.

Enjoy a wonderful evening of unique musical entertainment overlaid with a large dose of dry humour, very different from anything else you will experience in the UK at the moment.

Wed 6 Sept: Sedan - France - Private function

Fri 8 Sept: East Preston Conservative Hall, West Sussex
07817 976 989 -

Sat 9 Sept: The Place, Bedford
07742 519 413 -

Fri 15 Sept: Hilgay Village Hall, Norfolk
01366 388909 -

Sat 16 Sept: Hose Church, Melton Mowbray
Hose Post Office - 01949 861383 -

Fri 22 Sept: Linton Village Hall, Ross-on-Wye
01989 720400 -

Sat 23 Sept: Birchmeadow Centre, Broseley
07890 057 832 -

Thur 12 Oct: The Pumphouse, Louth, Lincs
01507 201080 -

Fri 13 Oct: Headon Village Hall, Retford
01777 248085 -

Sat 14 Oct: Howden Live, East Yorkshire
with support from Martyn Barker - 01430 431535

Sun 15 Oct: The Musician, Leicester
07970 529 760 -

Thur 26 Oct: The Hawthorns, Glastonbury
01458 831255 -

Fri 27 Oct: Acapela, Cardiff
02920 890862 -

Sat 28 Oct: Ragged Bear Festival, Warwickshire

Fri 24 Nov: Victoria Hall, Settle, North Yorkshire
01729 825718 -

Sat 25 Nov: Newton on Ouse, North Yorkshire
07749 807 990 -

Tue 28 Nov: Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch, Essex
01708 443333 -
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Aurora Chanson @ Woosters, Emsworth -
Friday 25th August

An evening of jazz and French songs with Aurora Chanson.

Music starts at 8pm.
Booking is essential: 01243 379 600

Woosters Restaurant, Bar & Café
25 South St, Emsworth, Hampshire PO10 7EG
01243 379600

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Aurora Chanson @ The Clockhouse, East Preston - Sunday 13th August

Sunday Jazz and French songs with Aurora.
Free entry - Music starts at 4.30pm.

The Clockhouse Bar
103 Sea Rd, East Preston, Littlehampton, W Sussex BN16 1NX
Tel.: 01903 788367

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A 'formidable' article by Larry Richmond about our sold-out show 'A Night In Paris' at the Pheasantry Pizza Express, published in the May edition of The Beat Magazine:



And another flattering review of our Christmas show, by legendary music journalist Alan Clayson, that was published - at last - on page 138 of the present edition of ‘Rock 'N' Reel’:











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